Examining the roles of mobile and social media in political participation: A cross-national analysis of three Asian societies using a communication mediation approach
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摘要The Asia-Pacific constitutes the fastest growing region in mobile and social media penetration. Yet, the political implications of the technologies are not fully understood. Using probability samples of university students in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China, this study examines the roles of mobile and social media news in offline and online political participation. Consistent with the O-S-R-O-R model (Orientations–Stimulus–Reasoning–Orientations–Response), which derives from communication and cognitive mediation models explaining the relationship between media use and political participation, all three samples demonstrated indirect relationships between mobile/social media use and political participation through interpersonal political discussion and political efficacy. The study contributes to theory building by demonstrating the external validity of the O-S-R-O-R model across different political systems.
出版社接受日期15.06.2016
著者CHAN Che Ming, CHEN Hsuan Ting, LEE Lap Fung
期刊名稱New Media and Society
出版年份2017
月份12
卷號19
期次12
頁次2003 - 2021
國際標準期刊號1461-4448
語言英式英語

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