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The relationship between social networks and political participation with an emphasis on the role of mediator of political debate, political efficacy and political culture
Mahmoudreza Rahbarghazi, Somayeh Motamedi, Azam Shahriyari
political science
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این تحقیق به بررسی ارتباط بین شبکه اجتماعی با دو نوع مشارکت سیاسی منفعلانه و فعالانه بر اساس مدل­ میانجی­ای می پردازد که در آن بحث سیاسی، اثربخشی سیاسی و فرهنگ سیاسی به عنوان متغیرهای میانجی درنظر گرفته شده­اند. جامعه مورد بررسی کلیه دانشجویان دانشگاه اصفهان می باشدکه از طریق روش نمونه گیری سهمیه­ای به تعداد 390 نفر انتخاب شدند. با تقسیم مشارکت سیاسی به دو نوع منفعلانه و فعالانه نتایج نشان داد در حالیکه مدت زمان عضویت در شبکه­های اجتماعی تاثیر منفی­ای بر روی بحث سیاسی و اثربخشی سیاسی می­گذارند، اما عمیق شدن فعالیت در شبکه­های اجتماعی و واقعی تلقی کردن محتوای شبکه­های اجتماعی با ایجاد تاثیرات مثبت بر روی افزایش بحث سیاسی، اثربخشی سیاسی و فرهنگ سیاسی باعث بهبود وضعیت مشارکت سیاسی فعالانه در جامعه می­شود. اما یافته­ها نشان می­دهد که مدل نظری پژوهش در مورد مشارکت منفعلانه(رای دادن در انتخابات) تایید نمی­شود.

Keywords: Social media, political discussion, political efficacy, political culture, political participation
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rahbarghazi M, motamedi S, shahriyari A. The relationship between social networks and political participation with an emphasis on the role of mediator of political debate, political efficacy and political culture. scds. 2017; 6 (2) :127-149
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