Institutional Responsiveness, Authoritarian Orientation and the Internet’s Impact on Institutional Trust Across East Asia
Refereed conference paper presented and published in conference proceedings

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摘要A growing body of research documents the direct relationship between Internet use and institutional trust. However, the research gap remained as its mediating and moderating mechanism. Adopting a cultural-institutional perspective, this study seeks to answer: How does Internet use relate to institutional trust? Under what condition is the indirect association most potent? The present study examines whether authoritarian orientation and perceived institutional responsiveness mediate the relationship between Internet use and institutional trust, and whether the mediating process was moderated by level of democracy in East Asian countries/territories. A total of 20667 respondents from 14 East Asian countries/territories completed anonymous questionnaires. Results showed that the negative relationship between Internet use and institutional trust was mediated by authoritarian orientation and perceived institutional responsiveness. The indirect link through authoritarian orientation was stronger for the countries/territories with a low level of democracy. Vice versa, the indirect link through perceived institutional responsiveness was stronger for the countries/territories with a higher level of democracy.
著者Kao L., HUANG, Yi Hui, Lu Y
會議名稱The 14th ITS Asia-Pacific Conference
會議開始日24.06.2017
會議完結日27.06.2017
會議地點Kyoto
會議國家/地區日本
會議論文集題名14th ITS Asia-Pacific Regional Conference, Kyoto 2017: Mapping ICT into Transformation for the Next Information Society
出版年份2017
月份6
頁次168499
語言美式英語

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