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    Title: 新媒體應用是否有效加深青年族群的回訪率—“以彰化鹿港老街為例”
    Whether the new media applications increase the return visit of the youth group effecitvly-Take “Changhua Lugang Old Street ”as an example
    Authors: 傅茜
    FU, QIAN
    Contributors: 視覺傳達設計學系
    Keywords: 新媒體影像傳播;古蹟;虛擬實境;文化認同;回訪率
    new media image dissemination;monuments;virtual reality;return visit rate;cultural identity
    Date: 2019
    Issue Date: 2019-10-29 15:36:06 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學
    Abstract: 當前的傳統文化傳播面臨多重困境,無論是傳統文化自身所帶來的傳播局限,還 是傳統文化在傳播過程中所面臨繼承傳播者急劇減少、傳統文化內涵異化等問題,以 及在全球化背景下中西方文化之間存在衝突的局面。在 21 世紀的現在,越來越多 新興的媒體傳播方式出現在群眾的視野中。相較於傳統媒體,新媒體影像傳播有著 以往傳統媒介無法比擬的優勢,一些創新類型的影像傳播方式,如 AR、VR、全息投 影等就在傳播語言語態、傳播形式以及傳播整合營銷等多方面進行了創新。這些傳 播新方式對傳統文化傳播的努力和探索起到了重要性作用。
    影像以其直觀、形象的特徵在人類的傳播活動中扮演著重要的角色,並被廣泛運 用於形象塑造與形象傳播領域。大眾傳播時代,報紙等紙質媒介的圖片版、電影、電 視等都是影像傳播的重要媒介。新媒體出現後,以其傳播速度快、傳播範圍廣、互動 性強、多媒體傳播等優勢,為影像傳播提供了新渠道。對於遠離大眾視野的古舊老 街,影像能直觀地向大眾展示古舊老街的神韻。新媒體對於古舊老街而言,能助其實 現影像更快、更廣地傳播。
    The current traditional cultural communication faces multiple dilemmas, both in terms of the limitations of traditional culture itself, the drastic reduction of traditional communicators in the process of communication, and the alienation of traditional cultural connotations, as well as in the context of globalization. There is a conflict between Western cultures. In the 21st century, more and more emerging media communication methods have appeared in the eyes of the masses. Compared with traditional media, new media image transmission has the advantage that traditional media can't match. Some innovative types of image transmission methods, such as AR, VR, holographic projection, etc., are in the language of communication, communication forms, and communication and integrated marketing. The aspect has been innovated. These new ways of communication have played an important role in the efforts and exploration of traditional cultural communication.
    Image plays an important role in human communication activities with its intuitive and visual characteristics, and is widely used in the field of image shaping and image communication. In the era of mass communication, photo editions of paper and other media such as newspapers, movies, and television are important media for image transmission. After the emergence of new media, it has provided new channels for image communication with its advantages of fast transmission speed, wide range of communication, strong interaction and multimedia communication. For the old and old streets far from the public's perspective, the images can visually show the charm of the old streets to the public. New media can help them achieve faster and wider dissemination of images for old streets.
    This study used three stages to conduct the survey. The first and second phases used online questionnaire surveys and field surveys. The third phase, through the analysis of the first and second phases, analyzed the results of three scholars who have made considerable achievements in their respective fields. Semi-structured in-depth interviews. It is concluded that the new media audio and video transmission method can effectively deepen the return visit rate of young people.
    Based on the findings and results of various research analyses, this study provides specific recommendations for the follow-up planning of Lukang Tourism Lugang Tourism Industry Planners, tourism industry merchants and future researchers.
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