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中文論文名稱 從調節焦點和隱私計算探討社群網站使用者隱私揭露之研究
英文論文名稱 Exploring self-disclosure of social network site users from the regulatory focus and privacy calculus perspective
校院名稱 淡江大學
系所名稱(中) 資訊管理學系碩士班
系所名稱(英) Department of Information Management
學年度 105
學期 2
出版年 106
研究生中文姓名 林承穎
研究生英文姓名 Cheng-Ying Lin
學號 605630044
學位類別 碩士
語文別 中文
口試日期 2017-06-04
論文頁數 47頁
口試委員 指導教授-施盛寶
委員-趙景明
委員-戴敏育
中文關鍵字 調節焦點理論  隱私計算理論  自我揭露  商業友誼 
英文關鍵字 Regulatory focus theory  Privacy calculus theory  Self-disclosure  Commercial friendship 
學科別分類
中文摘要 近年社群媒體的興起,為我們的生活增添了許多方便與樂趣,卻也帶來許多許多資訊隱私相關的顧慮,過去有許多研究利用隱私計算來探討使用者揭露隱私的意圖,然而不同學者對於其中利益和風險的權重有著不同看法,本研究認為不同思維的人隱私揭露可能面臨的好處與風險感知也不同,因此透過調節焦點針對使用者不同的性格,試圖了解促進調節焦點的使用者因為較為樂觀是否會放大隱私計算中的社交報酬與愉悅感,進而影響其隱私揭露意願;預防調節焦點的使用者因為較為悲觀是否對隱私計算中的風險更為敏感,且風險是否會影響其隱私揭露意願。同時,對社群媒體而言,與使用者建立起商業友誼是否能有效正向調節促進調節焦點使用者對愉悅感與社交報酬的影響,同時負向調節預防調節交點使用者對風險的感知。藉由線上問卷對Facebook使用者進行調查,研究結果發現商業友誼能有效增強促進調節焦點對社交報酬的感知,也能有效的降低預防調節焦點對隱私揭露風險的疑慮。社交報酬、愉悅感和風險也分別會影響隱私揭露的意願。
英文摘要 In recent years, the rise of social media brings lots of convenience and fun to our live; however, the concern of information privacy is growing. Many studies have explored the user's self-disclosure intention from privacy calculus perspective. Different scholars hold various opinions on weighting importance of benefits and risks in privacy calculus. In this study, in order to figure out whether the different human characters would influence user’s view on benefits and risks of privacy concern. Users were divided into promotion focus or prevention focus users. Promotion focus users might more focus on the benefits (enjoyment/social rewards) than risks and it leads the users are more willing to disclose their information. By contrast, prevention focus users might concern risks more than benefits; as result, they might resist to disclose their information. In terms of social media, this study proposes that if the commercial friendship is built between the social network service provider and the users, the promotion focus ones would feel more benefits (enjoyment/social rewards); in the meantime, the prevention focus users would feel less risk. The result shows that commercial friendship can positively moderates the relationship between promotion focus and social rewards; while, negatively moderates the relationship between prevention focus and risks.
論文目次 目錄

第一章 緒論 1
第二章 文獻探討 4
2.1調節焦點理論(Regulatory Focus Theory) 4
2.2隱私計算理論(Privacy Calculus Theory) 7
2.3愉悅感(Enjoyment) 11
2.4社交報酬(Social Rewards) 12
2.5知覺風險(Risk) 12
2.6商業友誼(Commercial Friendship) 13
第三章 研究模型與假說 15
3.1研究架構 15
3.2研究假說 16
3.2.1促進調節焦點與知覺利益 16
3.2.2預防調節焦點與知覺風險 17
3.2.3愉悅感、社交報酬、知覺風險與自我揭露 18
3.2.4商業友誼與愉悅感、社交報酬 19
3.2.5商業友誼與知覺風險 20
第四章 研究方法 22
4.1測量方法 22
4.2 問卷調查 24
第五章 資料分析 25
5.1一般敘述性統計 25
5.2實證研究之信度與效度 26
5.3結構模式 29
第六章 結論 32
6.1研究貢獻 32
6.2管理意涵 33
6.3研究限制 34
參考文獻 36
附錄一:問卷研究 43

表目錄
表 2 1隱私計算研究整理 8
表 4 1問項來源 22
表 5 1個人之敘述性統計 25
表 5 2潛在變項組成信度 26
表 5 3區別效度 27
表 5 4因素負荷量與交叉負荷量 28
表 5-5資料分析結果 30
表 5 6模型解釋力 31

圖目錄
圖 2 1促進調節焦點 5
圖 2 2預防調節焦點 5
圖 3-1研究模型 15
圖 5-1研究模型結果 29
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