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Title :政治インタビューにおける情報提示
Authors :木下 健
Issue Date :Sep-2019
Abstract :This paper reveals that Japanese National Diet members including coalition parties’ members and opposition parties’ members, local level politicians, and nonpoliticians provide different type of information during televised political interviews. The study at the center of this paper indicates that different types of questions by interviewers result in different type of information from interviewees. In modern post-truth politics, it is crucial for politicians to provide information to the general public. In particular, it is important of decision-makers to transfer high-quality information to voters and other citizens. The results of this study show that coalition parties’ members and nonpoliticians tend to provide more technical information during political interviews. Additionally, interrogative-word questions, those that start with the words “what,” “why,” “who,” “when,” “where,” or “how” are most likely to elicit technical information from interviewees. The study suggests that broadcast political interviews can provide useful information for voters especially during election campaigns.
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :02876620
Publisher :福岡工業大学附属図書館
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/11478/1365
citation :福岡工業大学研究論集
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Citation :福岡工業大学研究論集 Vol.52 no.1 p.15 -24
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