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行动即时通讯与亲子关係维繫:以台湾远距家庭为例

阅读量:02021-11-19作者:陈信佑来源:新闻研究所
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研究生: 陈信佑
研究生(外文): Hsin-Yu Chen
论文名称: 行动即时通讯与亲子关係维繫:以台湾远距家庭为例
论文名称(外文): Mobile Instant Messaging and the Maintenance of Parent-Child Relationships: A Case Study of Taiwan’s Long-Distance Families
指导教授: 谷玲玲谷玲玲引用关係
指导教授(外文): Lin-Lin Ku
口试委员: 方念萱、赖盈如
口试委员(外文): Nien-Hsuan Fang、Ying-Ju Lai
口试日期: 2016-05-05
学位类别: 硕士
校院名称: 国立台湾大学
系所名称: 新闻研究所
学门: 传播学门
学类: 新闻学类
论文种类: 学术论文
论文出版年: 2016
毕业学年度: 104
语文别: 中文
论文页数: 134
中文关键词: 行动即时通讯、远距家庭、亲子沟通、亲子关係、亲职分工、性别差异
外文关键词: mobile instant messaging、long-distance family、parent-child communication、parent-child relationship、division of parenting、gender difference


亲子分隔异地是常见的远距家庭型态,随著行动媒体及无线网路普及,行动即时通讯渐成为维繫亲子关係的重要管道。


本研究採取深度访谈法访问22户远距家庭,探讨当行动即时通讯渗入远距家庭后,亲子沟通与亲子关係出现何种转变。研究发现,父母的性别差异扮演关键性的因素:一方面,亲职的性别分工深刻影响亲子沟通行为;另一方面,行动即时通讯的媒介特质与社会情境因素,也对沟通行为及亲密关係产生影响。整体来说,本研究认为行动即时通讯对远距亲子关係而言是利多于弊,与过去文献不同的是,本研究发现在传统家庭中,行动即时通讯有助于父亲与子女进行亲子沟通;比起母亲,父亲与子女间更能感受到亲密关係的改善。


Long-distance families, where parents and children live apart, are very common. With the growing popularity of smart phones and wireless networks, mobile instant messaging (MIM) has gradually become an important platform for maintaining parent-child relationships.


Conducting in-depth interviews with 22 long-distance families, this thesis explores how parents communicate with their children after the introduction of MIM into long-distance families. The research results that gender differences between father and mother plays a crucial role in parent-child communication. One the one hand, gendered division of parenting deeply affects the parent-child communication behavior. On the other hand, the characteristics of MIM and social factors also affect the communication behavior and intimacy between parents and children. Generally speaking, this paper concludes that MIM does more good than harm to long-distance parent-child relationships. In contrast to the past literature, this thesis finds that MIM help fathers to communicate with their children better in traditional families. Furthermore, the enhancement of relationships between fathers and children is better than that between mothers and children.


志谢 I
中文摘要 III
英文摘要 IV
目录 V
图.表目录 VII


第一章、绪论 1
第一节 研究动机 1
第二节 研究背景 2
第三节 研究重要性与目的 6


第二章、文献回顾 9
第一节 亲职分工与亲子沟通 9
第二节 行动即时通讯 13
第三节 远距亲子沟通与行动科技 29
第四节 本章小结与研究问题 37


第三章、研究方法 39
第一节 前导个案研究 39
第二节 研究方法说明 41
第三节 受访家庭基本资料 44


第四章、资料分析 47
第一节 远距亲子关係与亲子沟通 47
第二节 远距亲子使用行动科技的型态 55
第三节 行动即时通讯中的远距亲子沟通样貌 64
第四节 转变中的远距亲子关係 96


第五章、研究结论与建议 106
第一节 研究发现 107
第二节 研究限制与建议 113


参考文献 115


附录 127
附录一:访谈问卷 127
附录二:子女版访谈大纲 131
附录三:父母版访谈大纲 133


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