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    Title: 大學生是否能從影片中去認識精神疾病-以電影分裂為例
    Authors: 林昱禎
    Contributors: 資訊傳播學系
    Keywords: 人格分裂、解離性身份障礙、精神分析論、分裂、影視作品、Personality Division、Dissociative Identity Disorder、Psychoanalysis、Split、film and television works
    Date: 2018
    Issue Date: 2018-08-14 15:31:24 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: 現今社會中有許多新的精神疾病,但是人們可能會因為舊有觀念認為自己沒事而忽視。而在網路新媒體來臨的時代,消息傳遞方式變的多元也相對偏食。而傳統心理學元素加入影視,也往往過於誇大反而讓大眾不認同。但換一個角度想能將疾病加入影視作品,至少能讓觀看者知道有這個疾病。也能從影片中相關症狀來檢視自己,及早發現疾病及早治療。本研究以大學生目標對象,以播放相關議題影片測試,是否能從影片傳達精神疾病,他們知道有這些疾病,也開始反思且重視議題。
    There are many new mental illnesses in today's society, but people may ignore them because they think they are okay. In the era of new Internet media, the diversity of message delivery methods is also relatively partial. The addition of traditional psychological elements to film and television is often too exaggerated, but the public does not agree. But to change the angle to add disease to the film and television works, at least let the viewer know that there is this disease. You can also examine yourself from the symptoms in the film and find out early treatment of the disease. This study uses the target audience of college students to test the related issues and test whether they can convey mental illness from the film. They know that they have these diseases, and they also begin to reflect and attach importance to the issues.
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