The Participants and Their Motivation of "Human Flesh Search": Comparing the Phenomena between Taiwan and China (Mainlandï¼‰
Keywords:human flesh searchï¼Œcomparative studyï¼Œsocial mediaï¼Œparticipating motivations
Although having been emerging human flesh searchï¼ˆHFSï¼‰ in America,British,Japan, the Chinese regions are the places where HFS has been the most frequent,Especially in Taiwan and China. This study comparing differences between the two regions of the â€œ participantsâ€, â€œmotivationâ€ and â€œparticipationâ€, through an empirical way,online survey, Study results indicate that: (1) China HFS is higher than Taiwan in the participation degree;(2) Taiwan users status and motivation to participate in a correlation;(3)The relationship between the motivation and participation of participants in tworegions are difference.
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