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Investigation on Media Literacy of China Government Officials: Under the View of Public Opinion Guidance

  • Yang, Ting;Seo, Sangho
    • International Journal of Contents
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    • v.14 no.4
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    • pp.10-17
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    • 2018
  • China media environment has drastically changed leading to the an inevitable change of public opinion ecology. Empirical studies have focused less on public opinion guidance, which forms an important component of the government officials' media literacy. This study applied quantitative method in the investigation of media literacy in China. Ideally, media literacy is measured from media cognition, media contact, media usage under the view of public opinion guidance. The findings reveal that the existing problem on 1) incorrect media cognition and public opinion guidance; 2) insufficient contact of personal social media 3) improper tendencies in the use of media to guide the public opinion, especially, on confidential information. Consequently, in order to improve media literacy in China government officials, enhancement of their basic knowledge on news diffusion and public opinion is necessary. Secondly, to effectively deal with "agenda settings", it is important for the government to consider the provision of valuable information and platforms to effectively spread information. So they need to learn how to personally and officially use social media platforms such as Weiboa and Wechat. This ensures they have maximized their potential to acquire valuable information and spread them on valuable platforms. Thirdly, government officials should be able to analyze and understand public opinion trends for official and personal use. Finally, they should understand the development of public opinion and the how online public opinion laws are formed and the target group.

Newspapers Are Dead? A Case Study on Chinese Newspapers' Public Opinion Guidance in the Context of New Media

  • Ting, Yang
    • Asian Journal for Public Opinion Research
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.22-40
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    • 2020
  • With social media booming, newspapers are facing an enormous challenge, and some have even had to exit the market. Likewise, their role as a main force of public opinion guidance in China has also been challenged. They have lost their vantage ground. The present study conducted a case study on one well-known Chinese online public opinion event. Through analyzing the newspapers' role played in different public opinion development stages, this study displayed how Chinese newspapers worked together and successfully guided online public opinion in that case. The newspapers' advantages in guiding public opinion and suggestions as to how newspapers can survive and guide public opinion in the new media era are put forward in the final section.

The Provisions on the Enforcement of Foreign Arbitration Awards in Indonesia (under the New York Convention of 1958?)

  • Adolf, Huala
    • Journal of Arbitration Studies
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    • v.27 no.3
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    • pp.33-52
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    • 2017
  • This article tried to describe the laws concerning the enforcement of foreign arbitration awards in Indonesia. This issue is relevant in the light of frequent curiosity of foreign commentators, business communities, practicing lawyers, concerning the arbitration in Indonesia, in particular its enforcement of foreign arbitration awards. The main laws on arbitration analyzed were, firstly, the Indonesian law on arbitration, namely Law No 30 of 1999 on Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Presidential Regulation No 34 of 1981 concerning the Ratification of the New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards of 1958. The provisions of Law of 1999 analyzed were confined to its international provisions on arbitration, in particular the requirements for the enforcement of foreign arbitration awards and also the requirement that the awards do not violate Indonesian public policy. The problem with the Indonesian arbitration law (and the courts' practice) were that no provisions which provided guidance or meaning with regard to public policy. The absence or lack of guidance or definition on public policy had some times confused lawyers or the parties in dispute fearing that their arbitration awards would not be enforced due to the violation of public policy. Secondly was the different opinion of two Indonesian arbitration experts, Prof. Sudargo Gautama and Prof. Priyatna Abdurrasyid. Both scholars had rather different opinions with regard to the meaning of public policy in Indonesia. Thirdly was a recent case law, Astro Nusantara Bv et.al., vs PT Ayunda Primamitra Case (2010) decided by the Indonesian Supreme Court with regard to the enforcement of foreign arbitration awards. This article concluded that the Indonesian court, in particular the Central of Jakarta Court, so far have given its support that the execution of foreign awards was duly enforced.

The Fuzzy QFD Approach to Importance the Public Sector Information Performance Measurement Category (퍼지 QFD를 활용한 공공부문 정보화 성과 측정범주 중요도 도출)

  • Oh, Jin-Seok;Song, Young-Il
    • Information Systems Review
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    • v.12 no.2
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    • pp.189-203
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    • 2010
  • Is presenting guidance of information performance measurement as government PRM version 2.0 these common reference models in public sector. Government PRM is consisted of assessment classification system and standard line of sight and performance management standard form. Through this, is sorting performance element and define cause-and effect. Government PRM is supplying measurement categories at assessment classification system, but relative importance for application standard by measurement categories is not presenting. In this study, importance for government PRM's measurement categories been applying by commonness Test of information performance measurement of public sector wishes to deduce estimation and priority. Research model used Fuzzy QFD, and designed so that can reflect well PRM's development purpose. I applied Fuzzy AHP and FPP method that graft together fuzzy theory to minimize uncertainty and ambiguity in that expert opinion. Is drawn to element that "Standard model offer for information department and management" is the most important in government PRM's development purpose. "Quality of service" is showing the highest priority in customer results in measurement category. Importance for government PRM's measurement categories can offer common valuation basis in government and public institution. Hereafter if examine closely quantitative cause-and effect for structure model of measurement classification system when study government PRM more objective and efficient reference model become.

A Survey on the Children한s Notion in Kimchi(II) - Children한s Opinions for Kimchi and Their Actual Consuming Behavior - (어린이의 김치의식에 관한 실태조사(II) - 김치섭취에 대한 의식 및 섭취실태 -)

  • Song, Yeong-Ok;Kim, Eun-Hee;Kim, Myung;Moon, Jung-Won
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition
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    • v.24 no.5
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    • pp.765-770
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    • 1995
  • A survey on the children's thought for kimchi intake and practical amount of kimchi consumption were conduction in April of 1995 to get basic information needed for the development of special kimchi for the children. And the effects of nutritional guidance on consumming kimchi was also investigated. Total of 1100 students in 2nd, 4th, and 6th grade from public and private elementary school participated in this survey. The eighty three percent of student think they should eat kimchi mainly because kimchi is good for the health(48.0%) and kimchi is our traditional food(31.8%). However, only 26.5% of children consume more than 5 pieces($4{\times}5cm$) of kimchi per mela and 64.5% consume less than 1~2 pieces. This shows that children's opinion(p<0.001), preference(p<0.001) and actual consumption(p<0.001) for kimchi was found to be very significant. Thus the nutritional guidance is important as much as the development of children's kimchi. Children wanted kimchi which is sweet, mild hot and not too strong in flavor. Ingredients children wanted in kimchi were pear, apple, tangerine, carrot and onion. Children's most favorite foods cooked with kimchi were stir fried kimchi rice and kimchi stew. But children did not like kimchi hamberger, pizza topped with kimchi and rice cooked with bean sprout and kimchi.

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