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中文論文名稱 從新莊中港大排願景工作坊之運作探討協力網絡之形成
英文論文名稱 An Analysis between Sinjhuang Jhong-Gang Drainage Channel of Scenario Workshop and the Formation of Collaborative Network
校院名稱 淡江大學
系所名稱(中) 公共行政學系公共政策碩士班
系所名稱(英) Department of Public Administration
學年度 97
學期 2
出版年 98
研究生中文姓名 鍾文文
研究生英文姓名 Wen-Wen Chung
學號 696640175
學位類別 碩士
語文別 中文
口試日期 2009-06-30
論文頁數 200頁
口試委員 指導教授-陳恆鈞
委員-黃東益
委員-林子倫
中文關鍵字 協力網絡  社會資本  新莊中港大排  願景工作坊  社會網絡分析法 
英文關鍵字 Collaborative Network  Social Capital  Sinjhuang Jhong-Gang Drainage Channel  Scenario Workshop  Social Network Analysis 
學科別分類 學科別社會科學行政與地政
中文摘要 本研究主要以新莊中港大排之願景工作坊為例,探討在該項計畫推動過程中,主要參與者經由互動,所形成的協力網絡。在中港大排整治計畫推動過程中,政府開放不同的管道,俾利人民參與,同時透過說明會與實地參與,讓市民(市民代表、地方團體)以及縣府代表進行資訊與意見交流,激發新莊市的發展潛能。

本文主要探究新莊市民在政策執行過程中是否能夠接近相關資訊,進而與相關參與者建立關係密切的網絡關係。主要研究問題如下:(1)在「中港大排河廊改造計畫之願景工作坊」中,公私雙方協力合作的行動,有哪些要素涉入其中?(2)在「中港大排河廊改造計畫之願景工作坊」中,公私雙方協力合作的行動,影響要素之間的關係為何?

本文採質性與量化研究途徑,透過文獻分析、深度訪談與社會網絡分析法的方析,以了解參與者對於該議題之看法,並釐清各行動者之間的互動關係為何。同時據以分析:初始條件、制度安排、領導方式、協力要素構面間,對協力關係影響等,皆是造成行動者在參與互動上交錯關係發生之原因。

研究結果顯示如下:(1)代表初始條件的包括對資源分配的看法、本身過去的經歷與背景,以及對這個議題關心的程度,網絡成員的態度其實有一定的落差;(2)從協力制度的參與,及能否對制度中的內容有所了解,乃至對於是否尊重該制度的運作看來,協力網絡制度的成形已經有了一個開端;(3)彼此間的授權、是否達到公平,及透明度的展現,仍有待調整以達成更好的效果;(4)在協力基礎觀念上,溝通的順暢度、信任的程度,以及彼此間是否具有相同的認知並且積極投入,從網絡中可看出這些觀念已經逐漸在成員之間發展。
英文摘要 This research is using the scenario workshop of Jhong-Gang Drainage Channel as an example to analyze the relationship among the mainly actors in collaborative network. In the process of improving Jhong-Gang Drainage Channel, the government opened different channels let citizens participate in the improvement. By way of explanation, devotion, and discussion with Sinjhuang citizen (including Sinjhuang city representatives and other local groups) and Taipei county representatives, therefore, people are able to understand the improvement possibility of Jhong-Gang Drainage Channel and development potential of Sinjhuang city.
This research is mainly to explore weather people can get information in the process of executing the policy and set up the inseparable working relationship. The main discussing questions are as follows:(1) in the “scenario workshop of Jhong-Gang Drainage Channel Corridor Plan“, what are the elements involved in them? (2) in the “scenario workshop of Jhong-Gang Drainage Channel Corridor Plan“, what is the relationship among the elements?
Qualitative and quantitative methods are used in this research. To understand the participants’ viewpoints concerning this topic by analyzing documents, depth interview, and Social Network Analysis and to make clear about the interaction relationship. According to the analysis, the starting conditions, the institutional arrangement, the leadership style, and affection of collaborative network elements of different aspects for the collaborative relationship will let participants show different behaviors in participation and interaction relationships.
The main findings are following: (1) On the starting conditions, including views on the allocation of resources, their own past experiences and background, as well as the degree of concern for this issue, members of the network have a certain attitude of the gap; (2) From the participation of collaborative system, and whether the contents of the system to understand and even respect for the operation of the system, the collaborative network forming system has a beginning; (3) The authorization, whether fair, and transparency of the show has yet to be adjusted to achieve better results, and (4) Using the concept of collaborative are basis, the smooth communication, the degree of confidence, as well as have the same cognitive and active participate the network weather they have been gradually developing among its members.
論文目次 目錄
第一章 緒論 ……………………………………………………1

第一節 研究動機……………………………………………………1

第二節 研究目的與問題……………………………………………2

第三節 名詞界定……………………………………………………4

第四節 研究途徑與範圍……………………………………………6

第五節 研究流程與限制……………………………………………7

第二章 協力網絡理論之探討……………………………………9
  
第一節 協力網絡之意涵……………………………………………9

第二節 協力網絡與社會資本 ……………………………………19

第三節 協力網絡運作之要素 ……………………………………22

第四節 協力網絡治理模型 ………………………………………31

第三章 中港大排河廊改造計畫之推動過程 …………………40

第一節 中港大排歷史 ……………………………………………40

第二節 中港大排歷經地方首長推動 ……………………………41

第三節 中港大排河廊改造專案整合計畫 ………………………43

第四節 中港大排河廊改造計畫與使用之協力網絡(宏觀) ……50

第五節 中港大排河廊改造計畫願景工作坊之協力網絡(微觀) 53

第四章 研究設計 ………………………………………………58
  
第一節 訪談對象與變數確定 ……………………………………58

第二節 研究方法與研究架構 ……………………………………64

第三節 問卷設計 …………………………………………………66

第四節 問卷分析方法 ……………………………………………88

第五節 施測名單 …………………………………………………99

第五章 影響願景工作坊運作之分析 ………………………102

第一節 描述性統計分析…………………………………………102

第二節 初始條件資料分析………………………………………104

第三節 制度安排資料分析………………………………………110

第四節 領導方式資料分析………………………………………115

第五節 協力要素資料分析………………………………………120

第六節 小結………………………………………………………126

第六章 結論……………………………………………………132

第一節 研究發現…………………………………………………133

第二節 研究建議…………………………………………………137

參考文獻 …………………………………………………………141

附件一:前測受訪者A……………………………………………155

前測受訪者B………………………………………………………161

前測受訪者C………………………………………………………168

前測受訪者D………………………………………………………172

附件二:問卷內容…………………………………………………177

附件三:「中港大排規畫與使用」願景工作坊結案報告之摘要182

附件四:資源對稱性的結構對等子群圖…………………………184

附件五:先前經驗的結構對等子群圖……………………………184

附件六:問題相關性的結構對等子群圖…………………………185

附件七:參與的結構對等子群圖…………………………………185

附件八:規制的結構對等子群圖…………………………………186

附件九:課責的結構對等子群圖…………………………………186

附件十:授權的結構對等子群圖…………………………………187

附件十一:透明的結構對等子群圖………………………………187

附件十二:衡平的結構對等子群圖………………………………188

附件十三:溝通的結構對等子群圖………………………………188

附件十四:信任的結構對等子群圖………………………………189

附件十五:承諾的結構對等子群圖………………………………189

附件十六:共識的結構對等子群圖………………………………190

附件十七:先前經驗之中心性分數………………………………191

附件十八:問題相關性之中心性分數……………………………192

附件十九:規制之中心性分數……………………………………193

附件二十:課責之中心性分數……………………………………194

附件二十一:授權之中心性分數…………………………………195

附件二十二:透明之中心性分數…………………………………196

附件二十三:衡平之中心性分數…………………………………197

附件二十四:溝通之中心性分數…………………………………198

附件二十五:信任之中心性分數…………………………………199

附件二十六:承諾之中心性分數…………………………………200

表目錄
表2-1協力定義整理表 ……………………………………………11

表2-2政策協調順序 ………………………………………………18

表3-1中港大排河廊改造專案整合計畫之媒體關注 ……………46

表3-2中港大排河廊改造計畫願景工作坊之參與者 ……………51

表3-3願景工作坊之舉行 …………………………………………54

表3-4兩場願景工作坊人員出席名單 ……………………………54

表4-1前測訪談對象 ………………………………………………58

表4-2訪談題綱 ……………………………………………………59

表4-3變數操作定義與構面設計 …………………………………66

表4-4專家效度修改後問卷題目 …………………………………70

表4-5問卷回收率 …………………………………………………76

表4-6初始條件構面項目分析表 …………………………………77

表4-7制度安排構面項目分析表 …………………………………79

表4-8領導方式構面項目分析表 …………………………………79

表4-9協力要素構面項目分析表 …………………………………80

表4-10初始條件信度及效度分析表………………………………83

表4-11制度安排信度及效度分析表………………………………84

表4-12領導方式信度及效度分析表………………………………85

表4-13協力要素信度及效度分析表………………………………87

表4-14社會網絡分析之發展………………………………………88

表4-15依據與會人員出席之名單…………………………………99

表4-16確定之施測名單 …………………………………………100

表5-1基本資料統計表……………………………………………103

表5-2初始條件相關態度次數分配表……………………………105

表5-3制度安排相關態度次數分配表……………………………110

表5-4領導方式相關態度次數分配表……………………………115

表5-5協力要素相關態度次數分配表……………………………121

表5-6 各變數之網絡密度表 ……………………………………127

表5-7 資源對稱性之中心性分數 ………………………………128

表5-8 參與之中心性分數 ………………………………………129

表5-9 共識之中心性分數 ………………………………………130

圖目錄
圖1-1研究流程………………………………………………………7

圖2-1協力網絡治理模型 …………………………………………32

圖3-1中港大排河廊改造計畫之目標 ……………………………43

圖3-2中港大排河廊改造計畫之協力網絡 ………………………52

圖3-3中港大排河廊改造計畫願景工作坊之協力網絡 …………57

圖4-1研究架構 ……………………………………………………66

圖5-1資源對稱性之網絡圖………………………………………106

圖5-2先前經驗之網絡圖…………………………………………108

圖5-3問題相關性之………………………………………………109

圖5-4參與之網絡圖………………………………………………112

圖5-5課責之網絡圖………………………………………………113

圖5-6規制之網絡圖………………………………………………114

圖5-7授權之網絡圖………………………………………………117

圖5-8衡平之網絡圖………………………………………………118

圖5-9透明之網絡圖………………………………………………119

圖5-10溝通之網絡圖 ……………………………………………122

圖5-11信任之網絡圖 ……………………………………………123

圖5-12承諾之網絡圖 ……………………………………………124

圖5-13共識之網絡圖 ……………………………………………125

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