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公共政策制定程序对政策可接受性的影响
Alternative TitleImpact of Public Policy-making Procedures on the Acceptability of A Public Policy
李大治; 王二平
2007
Source Publication心理学报
ISSN0439-755X
Volume39Issue:6Pages:1093-1101 
Abstract根据程序公正理论提出公共政策制定程序与公众对政策的可接受性的关系问题。研究一通过访谈不同领域的学者,初步揭示了公共政策及其制定程序存在的问题——对公共问题不敏感,解决问题的措施成效低。研究二用问卷调查公众对一个制定中的公共政策的态度,恰与政策制定者的愿望相反,公众并不认可政府解决问题的设想,也不认同政府举行的听证会的结果。研究三设计了一个非等组前后测准实验,在两个互联网站的电子公告板上比较根据不同的公共政策制定程序的政策的可接受性。结果证明,制定政策时了解公众态度可增强政策的针对性,提高解决问题措施的成效和可接受性.
Keyword公共政策 政策制定程序 可接受性
Subject Area政治心理学
Indexed By中文核心期刊要目总览 ASPT来源刊 CJFD收录刊
Language中文
NoteThis research addresses the problems of public policy-making procedures. In conducting our research, we considered public policy as the allocation or reallocation of interests or resources among different members of the public. Due to limited resources, administrations should trade off all interests among different segments of society when formulating a policy. Unfortunately, in recent years there have been several mass conflicts with administration of public policy. This infers that some people's interests...
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/3436
Collection中国科学院心理研究所回溯数据库(1956-2010)
Corresponding Author王二平
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李大治,王二平. 公共政策制定程序对政策可接受性的影响[J]. 心理学报,2007,39(6):1093-1101 .
APA 李大治,&王二平.(2007).公共政策制定程序对政策可接受性的影响.心理学报,39(6),1093-1101 .
MLA 李大治,et al."公共政策制定程序对政策可接受性的影响".心理学报 39.6(2007):1093-1101 .
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