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1 社会情報学会 The Society of Socio-Informatics 2014 年社会情報学会 (SSI) 学会大会研究発表論文集 分割版その 3 21( 日 ) 自由報告 II ワークショップ 2 会場 : 京都大学吉田南キャンパス 日程 :2014 年 9 月 19 日 ( 金 )~ 21 日 ( 日 )

2 目次 基調講演 3 (9 月 20 日 ( 土 )13:00-14:00 会場 : 吉田南総合館 ( 南棟 ) 共南 11 講義室 ) 開かれた世界 開かれた心 開かれた社会 講演者 : 林晋 ( 京都大学 ) 司会 : 吉田純 ( 京都大学 ) シンポジウム 7 (9 月 20 日 ( 土 )14:15-16:15 会場 : 吉田南総合館 ( 南棟 ) 共南 11 講義室 ) オープンデータの社会情報学 ~ 開かれた社会を目指して~ 登壇者 : 高橋徹 ( 株式会社 ATR Creative) 楠正憲 ( ヤフー ( 株 )) 渡辺智暁 ( 国際大学 GLOCOM) 中村好宏 ( 京都市 ) 討論者 : 正村俊之 ( 大妻女子大学 ) 庄司昌彦 ( 国際大学 GLOCOM) 司会 : 新川達郎 ( 同志社大学 ) 若手カンファレンス 12 (9 月 19 日 17:30-20:00 会場 : GACCOH: 京都市左京区吉田泉殿町 63-17) 現代文化と情報技術 文化は情報化されるか 自由報告 ワークショップ 連携報告 自由報告セッション I ワークショップ I 自由報告セッション II ワークショップ II 自由報告セッション III 連携報告 ポスターセッション ( 開催校特別企画 ) 9 月 21 日 ( 日 ) 11:30-13:00 吉田南総合館 ( 北棟 ) 1 階ロビー

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5 Progress of Democracy and Information Society in Bhutan 1 Hitoshi FUJIWARA 1 Graduate School of Social Sciences, Waseda University Abstract This paper shows the current status of democracy and information society in the Kingdom of Bhutan. Bhutan was democratized in 2008, and it was led by the King. There was no precedent for this kind of political reform. Before that, in 1999, Internet and TV broadcasting service started, and it was also led by His Majesty. Information Society had come strategically ready for coming democracy. (1) (2) 21 :

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14 Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly Mass Communication & Society American Journal of Sociology The Filter Bubble: What the Internet is Hiding from You.

15 Media effect on voting behavior Based on 21th and 23th House of Councilors election 1 2 Sangmi KIM and Teruaki SUGIURA 1 Graduate School of Language and Culture, Nagoya University 2 Graduate School of Language and Culture, Nagoya University Abstract The popularity of social media has been increasing. It raised questions about the role of social media in the political process.this study examines that how the use of social media affects voting behavior.this paper is based on a survey(n=930) conducted after the 21th and 23th House of Councilors election.this survey s conclusions are as follows: (1) As a media for acquiring political information, this paper shows that they use the Internet more frequently than newspapers. (2)The result of logistic regression analysis indicates that SNS is one of the significant predictive variable.,twitterfacebook,,.,,. 2013a, ,., ,.,,.20137,,,,.,, 52.6, ,.,20, , ,.,,,.,2013,,,.,2007,.,,.,,.,,.,,,.,NHK.2012,2030, 168, 2013,1629,,.,, 2010.,, , ,4033.7, 2011b.,,48.0,

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18 ,,. 3,, n= n=723 Model 1 Model 2 Model 1 Model 2 B B * 0.031** * ** 0.259** 0.187** 0.187** *** 0.602*** 0.583*** 0.579*** * *** 0.272*** * 0.163* 0.171* * SNS *** Nagelkerke R *** 0.274*** 0.143*** 0.210*** *: p<.05 **: p<.01 ***: p<.001 n.s.: no significant,,model ,,,,,,.,.,,,,,.,2013,,,,,SNS,.,,, SNS,. 3,,SNS,.,, ,,.,,,.,2007,,2013,.,2007 SNS,2013.,,.,,,,,.,,,,,, 2013,.,,.,,. 1) Alujevic, L. V. (2012): Political participation and web2.0 in Europe. Public Relations Review, 38, pp ) Bimber, B. (2001): Information and Political Engagement in America: The Search for Effects of Information Technology at the Individual Level. Political Research Quarterly, 54(1), pp ) Delli Carpini, M. X. & Keeter, S. (1996) : What Americans know about politics and why it matters? New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. 4) 2013., ) , 60, (12, pp ) Huckfeldt, R., Mendez, J. M., & Osborn, T. (2004): Disagreement, Ambivalence, and Engagement: The Political Consequences of Heterogeneous Networks. Political Psychology, 25(1), pp ) Johnson, T. J. & Kaye, B. K. (2003): A Boost or Bust for Democracy? How the Web Influenced Political Attitudes and Behaviors in the 1996 and 2000 PresidentialElections. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 8(3), pp ) 2009, 25, (1), pp ) Kim, Y. (2011): The contribution of social network sites to exposure to political difference: The relationships among SNSs, online political messaging, and exposure to cross-cutting

19 perspectives. Computers in Human Behavior, 27(2), pp ) 2011 Yahoo! JAPAN From ) 2013 From 613election/ election.pdf ) Mcneal, R. S & Tolbert, C. J. (2003): Unraveling the Effects of the Internet on Political Participation. Political Research Quarterly, 56(2), pp ) Mutz, D. C. (2002): The Consequences of Cross-Cutting Networks for Political Participation, American Journal of Political Science, 46(4), pp ) , 63, 4, pp ) Smith, A. (2011): The Internet and campaign Pew Resear ch Center's Internet & American Life Project. Retrieved June, 20, 2013, From /Internet%20and%20Campaign% pdf 16) 2011a From ) 2011b 23 From /pdf/index.html ) Romer, D., Jamieson, K. H., & Pasek, J. (2009) : Building Social Capital In Young People: The Role of Mass Media and Life Outlook. Political Communication, 26(1), pp

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27 The Value ofmanuscript A Case Study of Publicity campaign by BUNGEI SHIJOU in Early Showa Era 1 Yuko OBI 1 The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies Abstract The purpose of this paper is to analyze the process which writers had been recognized as priviledged person, and to clarify the social norm and assumption about communication for the literature in in Japan. For this purpose, this paper examine the practice of publishing organization which used the Manuscript for publicity campaign. 3 31

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39 The Educational Roots of Broadcasting in the U.S. 1 Shigaki Koichiro 1 Graduate School of Information Sciences, Tohoku University. Abstract This paper illustrates the conception of educational broadcasting in the U.S. and its implication for the Internet age today. Around 1910 to 1920, the term educational broadcasting was coined by a landgrant university experimenting with wireless-communication in the U.S. Educational broadcasting further shaped the public broadcasting system in the U.S. A university involvement with broadcasting development also led to create an ordinary yet underrated concept, broadcasting media = a great way to disseminate ideas and knowledge. This conept has been inherited to U.S. non-profit media and still relevant to internet age today Educational Broadcasting Broadcasting Education 1 NHK 2 3 Barnouw (1978; 1970; 1966) Engelman(1996) McChesney (1993)Blakely (1979). 4

40 NHK BBC 5??,, Education 3. Education. Education Education Education Educational Broadcasting "Human Understanding" Educational Broadcasting Education Education Education Educational Broadcasting Education. 4. 1, Education. (Broadcasting)

41 , Ham 10. Marconi Marconi Land-Grant University 11 Land-Grant University 12 Land-Grant University =,=. Educational Broadcasting (Broadcasting) =, , National Committee on Education by Radio ( NCER) The National Advisory Council on Radio in Education (NACRE) 1. BBC (NCER ) 2. (NACRE ) NCER NACRE. NCER Joy Elmer Morgan. Whoever controls the distribution of ideas will in the end control the destiny of America. 13 (People) Freedom of Speech Educational Broadcasting., NACRE Lervering Tyson 14 NACRE NCER Educational Broadcasting

42 Education, Education, = () 2. Frieda HennockFord Foundation Hennock Ford Foundation. Carnegie Commission The Public Broadcasting Act Corporation for Public Broadcasting ( CPB) Public Broadcasting Service ( PBS) National Public Radio ( NPR) Education Public. Educational Lewis KHill William Simeriring Hill Pacifica Radio Siemering National Public Radio ( NPR) Human Understanding

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44 1 2011; 2011; Averey & Stabitsky DominickMessere & Sherman & 2011; 1998; ; ,. 8 Hilmes 1997; Barnouw Hilms 1997; Douglas 1987; Cztrom Hilms 1997; Douglas 1987; Cztrom Land-Grant University The Morill Act of The Morill Act,. 12 Association of Public and Land Grant-University : 13 Morgan 1933: Tyson Carnegie Commission Ford Foundation Rockefeller, Carnegie Corporation 1) AveryK.R. & Stavitsky. G.A(1999): A History of Public Broadcasting, Washington D.C: Current. 4). (1978): The sponsor: Notes on a modern potentate, Oxford University Press. 5) Blakely, J.R.(1979): To serve the public interest: Educational Broadcasting in the United States, Syracuse University Press. 6) Carnegie Commission (1967): Public Television: Program for Action, Harper & Row. 7) Czitrom, D.J.(1982): Media and the American mind from Morse to McLuhan, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. 8) Dominick,J,R., Messere,F., Sherman,L,B. (2004): Broadcasting cable, the internet, and beyond: An intriduction to modern electronic media 5 th eds, Mc Graw Hill Companies, Inc. 9) Douglas, S.J. (1987): Inventing American broadcasting, , Johns Hopkins University Press. 10) Engelman, R (1996): Public Radio and Television in America: A political history, SAGE Publication. 11) Hilmes, M. (1997): Radio Voices, University of Minnesota Press. 12) Levering, T. (1938): Education vs. Propaganda: Are they incompartible? Visual Speech of the Day. pp ) McChesney, R. W. (1993): Telecommunications, Mass Media, and Democracy: The Battle for the Control of U.S. Broadcasting, , Oxford University Press. 14) Morgan, E.J. (1933): Should the U.S. adopt the British system of radio control? Argument favoring In Congressional digest of August pp ) (1997) :: ) (2004): :. 17) (1967) : pp ) (2011): 19) (2011): ( )No.4, pp ) & (2011):. 21) (1988)::. 22) (2010): - pp Retrieve May 13, 2013 from. 2) Barnouw, E (1966): A Tower in Babel: A History of Broadcasting in the United States: Vol to 1933, Oxford University Press. 3). (1970): The Image Empire: A History of Broadcasting in the United States Since 1953, Oxford University Press.

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51 1 Relationship between Strength of Ties on Facebook and Reciprocity Daisuke KAWAI, Ryoko MATSUMOTO and Yoshiaki HASHIMOTO 1 The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies 2 The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies 3 The University of Tokyo Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies Abstract This paper shows relationship between strength of ties on Facebook and offline and online reciprocity as social capital by panel survey on Internet. The result is number of strength ties on Facebook have negative effect to online reciprocity, number of weakness ties on Facebook have positive effect to online reciprocity, and strength of ties that number of strength ties - number of weakness ties has positive effect to offline reciprocity. (1) (2) Putnam (1)

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53 T T T1 Mean=2.92SD=0.57T2Mean=2.67SD=0.59 T1 Mean=2.75SD= Mean=1.63SD=1.12 T1 T1 (1) T2. T1.T1.T1. T1. T1. T1. T1. Model 1T1. T1. Model 2

54 T2.T1. T1. p=0.0229t1. p= (2) T2.T1. T1.T1. T1. T1.T1. T1. Model 1T1. T1.Model 2T1. T1. T1.Model 3 T1. T2. Model 1T1. T2. T1. T2. Model 2 T1. T2. Model 3 T1 T2 T1 T2 T1 T2 1) Coleman, J.S.. (1998): Social capital in the creation of human capital, American Journal of Sociology, 94, pp ) 2014 No.28 3) 2005 pp ) pp ) SSI 6) 2005 NTT pp ) Putnam, R.D. (1993): Making democracy work: Civic traditions in modern Italy, Princeton University Press 8) Putnam, R.D. (1995): Bowling alone: America's declining social capital, Journal of Democracy, No.6, pp ) Putnam, R.D. (2000): Bowling alone: The collapse and revival of American community, Simon & Schuster

55 Empirical Studies of Social Media Use with Constructs for Cross- National Comparative Surveys 1, 2 Seiichiro HONJO 1 NTT Mobile Society Research Institute, NTT DOCOMO, INC. 2 The Research Institute for Innovation Management, Hosei University Abstract This study focuses on constructs for cross-national comparative survey, Internet literacy, cultural self-construal, trust, and high-context/low-context communication, and investigates their influence on social media use. The hypotheses that communication through LINE is a higher context and that through Facebook is a low context were tested. Difference between people using LINE and Facebook are smaller than difference between people using both social media and using only one of those. The other results, implications, and limitations are presented. ICT FacebookmixiTwitterLINE FacebookLINEFacebook LINE FacebookLINE et. al mixi Facebook SNS Markus and Kitayama

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59 LINE 3 6 Facebook LINE Facebook Facebook LINE Facebook Facebook LINE LINE Facebook LINE Facebook H1-1aLINE H1-1bLINE H1-1cLINE H1-2aFacebook LINE H1-2bFacebook LINE H1-2cFacebook LINE H2-1aFacebook H2-1bLINE H2-2aFacebook LINE H2-2bLINE Facebook H3-1aFacebook H3-1bLINE H3-2aFacebook LINE H3-2bLINE Facebook H4-1aFacebook H4-1bLINE H4-2LINE Facebook 2 H3-2b LINE Facebook LINE Facebook Facebook

60 H4-2 LINE Facebook LINE Facebook Facebook Facebook LINE Facebook LINE LINE LINE 7-2 Facebook LINE 2 1 Choi, Yung Kyun, and Gordon E. Miracle (2004): The effectiveness of comparative advertising in Korea and the United States: A cross-cultural and individual-level analysis. Journal of Advertising 33.4, pp (2009): 20 pp Hall, Edward T. (1977): Beyond culture, New York: Anchor Books. Markus, Hazel R., and Shinobu Kitayama (1991): Culture and the self: Implications for cognition, emotion, and motivation. Psychological Review 98.2, pp NAVER2011:NAVER LINE () (2013): (2014): pp Ohashi, Rie. (2000): High/Low-context Communication: Conceptualization and Scale Development, Diss. Michigan State University. Richardson, Rieko Maruta, and Smith, Sandi W. (2007): The influence of high/low-context culture and power distance on choice of communication media: Students media choice to communicate with Professors in Japan and America, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 31(4), pp (1998):

61 Research on the effect of social media and TV program cooperation 1 2 Nonoka Fukuda and Hiroyuki Fujishiro 12 Faculty of Social Sciences Hosei University Abstract This research is research on the effect of the cooperation program of television and social media The relation with viewership was investigated paying attention to the TV program side The remote effect was seen although the influence of the viewership on the TV program which cooperated with social media was not accepted However since viewership is based on a household cooperation of social media is not necessarily reflected in a numerical value A new index is needed SNSTwitter 2012 BP Twitter Twitter Twitter % % %20 91% %40 605% % 1) % NHK SNS 22 SNS Twitter SNS SNS 38% SNS 22% 16~29 4 SNS NHK 2%SNS Twitter 3%

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93 Designing of a Workshop based on "Play", "Experience", and "Learning" Kumiko IWAZAKI, Takatoshi NAKA, Mamoru Endo and Takami YASUDA 1 Kinjo Gakuin University, College of Global and Media Studies 2 Chukyo University, School of Engineering 3 Nagoya University, Graduate School of Information Science Abstract We develop many digital teaching materials and design workshops for children by using museum resources. We have held workshops at elementary school, children building, or hospital and totally 700 children participate in our workshops. In this study, we categorize workshops into 3 types, "Play", "Experience", and "Learning", and analyze these characteristic. (1)

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97 Web Designing of Communication-Based Illustrated Book Ayano KONDO, KumikoIWAZAKI, Mamoru Endo, and TakamiYASUDA 1 Graduate School of Humanities,Kinjo Gakuin University 2 Graduate School of International Development,Nagoya University 3 Graduate School of Information Science,Nagoya University Abstract Many people visit the aquarium.they go to the aquarium by oneself, with friends, or families. When the visitor goes to the aquarium by oneself, he or she does not to communicate with anybody. However, communication is so important to learn or discover something. So we design the communication-based web application. In particular, we suggest a digital illustrated book and communication tool with characteristics of LINE. blog Twitter Facebook SNS Twitter Facebook Blog SNS

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