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⟪人民日報》霧霾新聞框架建構(2011-2017). (Chinese)

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    • Alternate Title:
      News Framing of Haze in People's Daily in China (2011-2017). (English)
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    • Abstract:
      The haze problem in China in recent years has attracted the attention of society, media, and thus the communication academia. Given that existing related media studies have not thoroughly clarified the construction process and the logic of news framing, this study analyzes a total of 575 haze articles from China's mainstream official press, People's Daily, from 2011 to 2017. By adopting van Gorp's inductive-and-then-deductive analytic approach, the study finds that the haze issue is framed mostly as an environmental problem calling for human action and a problem focusing on governmental action. Government officials and experts have been quoted the most, but they function differently by news frame. The results also reflect the political and cultural forces underlying the news framing of haze in China. The study ends with implications of the findings and suggestions for future research and news practice. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      近年霧霾問題廣受中國社會與媒體關注,也引起傳播學界 重視。鑑於霧霾議題的既有媒體框架研究並未完整闡明框架的 建構過程與邏輯,本研究透過 van Gorp 質量兼具的新聞框架分 析取徑,耙梳出《人民日報》2011-2017 年共 575 則霧霾報導 的框架類型及其建構過程。研究發現《人民日報》傾向以強調 人民行動的環境及政府作為二框架報導霧霾議題;報導立場多 借重官方與專家學者,然在不同框架論述中有不同的運作力, 映照出作為中國政策風向球主流官媒之新聞建構背後的政治與 文化因素。本研究最後提出新聞實務與研究延伸建議. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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