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The Linkage Between Issue Ownership Perception and Campaign Advertising: A Case Study of the 2012 Taiwan Presidential Election

  • Yu, Eric Chen-hua;Hsu, Pei-chen
    • Asian Journal for Public Opinion Research
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    • v.7 no.1
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    • pp.23-39
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    • 2019
  • Assuming that a political party has a strong incentive to gain votes via issue setting as part of its campaign strategy, this study utilized a Web experimental survey to explore the extent to which three issue-related campaign advertising strategies - namely, issue ownership, issue convergence, and issue trespassing - affected voters' perceptions toward parties' issue-handling capabilities. Our empirical results show that issue ownership perceptions exist in Taiwan. In the 2012 Taiwan presidential election, as issue ownership advertisements may reinforce voters' beliefs regarding parties' issue-handling capabilities, issue trespassing advertising may improve a party's image on the disadvantageous issue dimension. At least our data shows that the Kuomintang's (KMT) advertisements have both effects.

The Relative Influence of Political Ad Attitude and Candidate Cognition On the Candidate Attitude - Focused On Direct Comparative, Indirect Comparative, and Noncomparative Ad - (정치광고에서 광고 태도와 후보자 인지가 후보자 태도에 미치는 상대적 영향력에 관한 연구 -직접비교 광고, 간접비교 광고와 일반광고의 비교-)

  • Moon, Jae-Hak
    • Management & Information Systems Review
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    • v.32 no.5
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    • pp.101-117
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    • 2013
  • This study compares the relative effectiveness of affective factor(Ad attitude) and cognitive factor(candidate cognition) on candidate attitude among three ad types - direct comparative, indirect comparative, and noncomparative ads. The results showed that in direct comparative advertising context the candidate cognition is dominant in determining candidate attitude. In indirect comparative advertising context candidate cognition is also dominant in determining candidate attitude, but the difference is less than direct comparative advertising. In noncomparative advertising context the ads attitude is dominant in determining candidate attitude. According to research outcomes, it could be said that direct comparative advertising is more effective than indirect comparative advertising in political advertising area.

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Voting Behavior for the 19th President Elections and Audience Analysis for Political Campaigns & Political Advertising: Focused on In-depth Interview (제 19대 대통령 선거의 유권자 투표행태와 정치캠페인 및 정치광고에 대한 수용자 분석: 심층인터뷰를 중심으로)

  • Cha, Young-Ran
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.18 no.6
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    • pp.385-398
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    • 2018
  • This study aims to explore implications by analyzing voters' behaviors and attitudes of political campaigns & political advertising audience in the 19th presidential election. For this purpose, in-depth interviews with 59 voters who voted in the last election were conducted, and interviewees were allocated by their gender and age. As a result, the motivation to ballot for a candidate was based on the candidates' political affiliations to a party, political inclinations, and election pledges. Voters also determined whom they would vote for after watching the final TV debate. The biggest issue of this election was to create jobs in the public sector, an economical issue. TV was the most trusted medium among the voters, and TV debates had the greatest influence in changing the minds of the voters. Voters thought that Shim, Sang Jung was the best on TV debates and that An, Chul Soo was the worst. Also, voters recalled An, Chul Soo the most among all election posters, but they recalled Moon, Jae In the most out of other political advertisement methods. Therefore, the results elucidated the voters' behaviors and the audience's attitudes in political advertising, and this study provided theoretical and practical implications to be utilized in future presidential election campaigns and political advertising endeavors.

Development Policy of Korea and China Public Service Advertising: Focusing on Comparison of KOBACO and CCTV Operating System (한국과 중국의 공익광고 발전정책: KOBACO와 CCTV 운영체제 비교를 중심으로)

  • Kim, Na-Mi;Yu, Seung-Yeob
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.12 no.4
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    • pp.171-182
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    • 2014
  • As several kinds of social public affairs come into the fore, public service advertising gets more important. In addition, the theme of the public service advertising differs depending on a country's political, economic, social and cultural characteristics, and there are unique public service advertising operating systems. This study assumed that the operating systems of the public service advertising might differ in Korea and China because of political, social, and cultural differences. Thus, the public service advertising operating system carried out by KOBACO and CCTV, the subjects of the public service advertising operation of Korea and China were classified into three categories (public service advertising operation status, public service advertising theme and public service advertising management and supervision) for a comparison. Through literature review and expert in-depth interview, data were collected and analyzed. Based on the data, 5 public service advertising development policies were proposed. The results of this study will contribute to the public service advertising production strategy and institutional development of Korea and China in the future.

A Study on the Meta Analysis of Korean Digital Politics (디지털정치 실증연구에 관한 메타분석)

  • Park, Young-Min
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.9 no.1
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    • pp.201-212
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    • 2011
  • This study is to carry out meta-analysis on doctoral dissertations which had been written after 2004 when the empirical analysis about digital politics had begun. This study aims to identify tendency of recent analysis. For this purpose, it classifies the research trends of digital politics as political participation, political process, political advertising and election campaigns, and examines the researcher's definition, framework of empirical analysis, and all the results. Moreover, the study systematically summarizes the research model, analysis unit, concept and its components in order to ensure availablity so that the information could be available for the further research.

A Political Economy of Star Power (스타권력의 정치경제학적 분석)

  • Kim, Seung-Soo
    • Korean journal of communication and information
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    • v.62
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    • pp.119-139
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    • 2013
  • Star is riddled with myth while they form the star power and support advertisers for profit realization. Their influence on society and audiences grows day by day. In particular, advertisers depend on star power when they sell their products. This article analyzed the nature of the star power dominating media resources and offering the distorted picture of consumer culture. I take a political economic view of consumer capitalism and star. The article shows how stars contribute to the accumulation of capital and defense of class relations in the consumer culture.

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A Graphical Understanding on the Protection of Advertising as Expression (표현으로서의 광고의 보호 정도에 대한 탐구: 인격권 관련 판례에 대한 분석을 중심으로)

  • Lee, Jae-Jin
    • Korean journal of communication and information
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    • v.32
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    • pp.333-367
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    • 2006
  • This paper attempted to examine to what extent advertising as expression has been constitutionally protected through an analysis on the reputational-right-related legal cases. In order to make the understanding more clearly, this paper applied Van Alstyne's graphical depiction on how commercial speech is protected compared with other constitutional rights such as political speech, private expression, defamation, and obscene expression. Through the analysis, this paper found out that first, in the legal cases, there has been no consideration on whether the status of the plaintiff is public figure or private figure, whereas in the libel cases, Korean courts has made a distinction between public figure and private figure since 2002; second, when the case is concerned with corporations, the Korean courts do not give consideration on the status of corporation, while the status of corporation is a somewhat important factor in deciding the degree of responsibility in the U.S.; third, even though it is clear that advertising in Korea is being protected as expression, it is nebulous whether it is well balanced with other personal rights that are constitutionally protected. Conclusively, applying the Alstyne's graphical depiction on Korean advertising, it advertising as expression in Korea is being provided lower protection than defamation. To put it differently, like the case in the U.S., advertising, although it is allegedly protected as expression, does not yet enjoy full-fledged constitutional protection in Korean society. Rather, there must be some actions to be taken to enhance the degree of protection of advertising.

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Effects of Political Campaign Materials on Party and Non-Party Voting Supporters

  • Idid, Syed Arabi;Souket, Rizwanah
    • Asian Journal for Public Opinion Research
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    • v.1 no.4
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    • pp.307-344
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    • 2014
  • Political parties would normally claim that their campaign and communication materials have effects on voters, be it on their supporters or their opponents during election campaigns. However, such effects are assumed effects by the parties unless voters are themselves assessed about the effects of such materials on themselves. The supporters of the parties are likely to regard such campaign materials as congenial to them but this may not be so with the opposition supporters who would regard such materials as negative. Taking the third-person effect to analyze effects on the audience as the theoretical framework, this study posited that opposition members would regard the materials as negative and thus would claim that they would not have any effect on them but they would likely say that such campaign materials would have effects on own party supporters. Davison (1983) posited that individuals will perceive that negative mediated messages would have their greatest impact not "on me" or "you" but on "them,"- the third person. Research suggests that people judge others to be more influenced than they are by media, advertising, libelous messages, media violence, pornography, and television drama. The theory referred to as the Third-person effect developed on the postulation that audience members would not admit that media had any direct effect on them, but would instead believe that the media influenced others, the third person (Tewksbury, Moy, & Weis, 2004; Price, Tewksbury, & Huang, 1998). On the other hand, while people would discount the effects of negative or biased messages on themselves, they would, under the notion of the First Person Effect, readily admit to being influenced by such messages. This study was based on studying the effects of political literature on party and opposition party supporters taking the messages to be positive to one group and biased and partisan to another group. The study focuses on the assumed effects of political literature on own party and opposition party supporters. It traces the degree of influence of Malaysia's largest political party, Barisan Nasional (BN) political communication literature on its own supporters and on non-BN party supporters. While the third-person effect assumes a null or minimal effect on one's self and some or strong effect on others, the question that arises are on welcoming favorable media effects on oneself and assuming unfavorable effects on others.

The Effect of Net Generation′s Fashion Value on the Purchase-Decision Important Factors at Internet Shopping Mall and the Preference for Fashion Design (N세대의 패션가치관이 인터넷쇼핑몰 구매결정 중요도와 패션디자인 선호도에 미치는 영향)

  • 최정선;유태순
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.26 no.1
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    • pp.39-49
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    • 2002
  • The purpose of this study was to characterize the effect of Net fashion value regarding to the factors of purchase-decision at internet shopping mall and the preference for fashion design. The subjects for this sample survey, were junior high school and university students who had dwelled at pusan and ulsan in south korea. This study had 824 samples of each aged from 13 to 24 who had purchasing ability of fashion apparels at the interned shopping mal1. The sampling data in this survey was analyzed by frequency analysis, factor analysis, T-test, LSD-test, MANOVA and ANOVA of SPSS WIN package. The results of this study was as follows; 1. It was proved that advertising, pursuit of services and products, pursuit of information were considered first from Net generations fashion value. Next things were perception of danger and pursuit of convenience. It was proved that they considered it important A/S, recall, exchange and post management. 2. It was proved that there was difference at the preference for fashion design of according to Net generations fashion value. Color was considered to be the most important one. 3. Men had higher political value than women and 1318 teenagers had higher fashion value than semi-adult. Under high school educational course Net generation had more theoretical value than above university educational course Net generation did. Also, with the factor of average monthly income, political value was considered to be the most important. People whose monthly expenditure on purchase was above 50,000 won had higher social value than people whose expenditure was under 50,000 won but under 50,000 won had higher political value than above 50,000 won did.