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Title: 探討Facebook偽科學新聞的訊息來源與內容呈現方式之影響
Exploring the Effects of Sources and Frames in Pseudoscience News on Facebook: An Experimental Study
Authors: 許普堯
Hsu, Pu-Yao
Contributors: 鄭怡卉
Cheng, I-Huei
許普堯
Hsu, Pu-Yao
Keywords: 偽科學
偽科學信念
新聞可信度
科學傳播
Pseudoscience
Pseudoscientific Beliefs
Credibility
Science Communication
Date: 2020
Issue Date: 2020-07-01 14:06:39 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 偽科學泛指表象看似科學、實質卻不具備科學方法及證據的理論,其中健康醫療的偽科學不僅會造成錯誤認知,更有可能影響個人的健康行為,而今日社群平台上的相關資訊如何對大眾產生影響亦值得加以探討。因此本研究模擬Facebook的資訊介面,以2 × 3 之多因子實驗設計,探討健康相關主題的偽科學新聞之訊息來源(主流媒體/內容農場)與訊息呈現方式(科學性/個案敘事/控制組),對於新聞可信度與偽科學信念的影響。實驗結果發現,受眾對於主流媒體/內容農場兩種不同訊息來源的新聞所感知的可信度差異甚微,但不同訊息呈現操弄的結果則有所區別,科學性呈現方式、論述偽科學原理或理論的內容最易被採信,即受試者評價該類新聞有較高可信度,也較支持其偽科學信念,其次是個案描述的訊息呈現方式,雖然不如科學性包裝有說服力,相較於控制組仍有較高可信度。整體而言,本研究有助於了解偽科學新聞的呈現方式如何影響受眾的認知,也有利未來研究者繼續探索新媒體上偽科學內容的型態與可能的影響。
This study is a 2 × 3 multi-factor experimental design to explore how the health-related news with two sources (mainstream media/content farm) and three message presentations (scientific/narrative/control group) affect the audience to evaluate the credibility of the news and beliefs of the pseudoscience. The result showed that the audience's perception of the credibility of news from the mainstream media and content farm is slightly different. However, using different message presentation cause different credibility of news and beliefs of the pseudoscience. News with scientific manipulation shows the highest credibility and beliefs, the narrative is second, and the control group is the lowest. This result also means that the audience believes in the news with the detailed principle or theory of pseudoscience. The control group which neither explaining the principle and theory nor providing the exemplar shows the lowest credibility and belief by the audience. Overall, this study explores how the presentation of pseudoscience news affects the perception of the audience, and also continues to contribute future researchers to find the possible factor lead to pseudoscience content on new media.
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國立政治大學
傳播學院傳播碩士學位學程
106464042
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Data Type: thesis
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