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The Discussion about Psychological Mechanism of Network Political Mobilization and Its Using

Author: HanJianMei
Tutor: ZhangPing;LiJing
School: Northeastern University
Course: Political Theory
Keywords: Network of political mobilization Psychological mechanisms Political psychology Herd
CLC: B849
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2008
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The network political mobilization is a new form of political mobilization , both in transmission speed and scale or effects of the geographical range , far beyond the political mobilization defined network connotation of political mobilization and characteristics of the concept and content of network of political mobilization psychological mechanism , and a network of political mobilization process to make psychology explain , on the basis of analysis of the psychological mechanisms that affect the main network of political mobilization process to launch political mobilization : self-awareness main basis for launching mobilization , motivation is the main launch mobilization of internal driving force , the ability to launch a mobilization of the internal conditions ; psychological mechanisms of object to accept a network of political mobilization : the cognitive level is based on personality and needs are the driving force , emotion is a catalyst mobilization of information on the network of political mobilization process ; analysis of three from the gap between the information content and delivery . Study the mechanism of the interaction between the three , and noted that the network environment and the interaction between the elements . And the effective implementation of a network of political mobilization psychology countermeasures : the psychological characteristics of the enhanced network of political mobilization main favorite degree of protection of its authority ; reasonable network of organizations and political mobilization , to increase its influence ; grasp of the the network political mobilization object implementation effective political mobilization . Strengthening the construction of network environment , protect the healthy development of the network of political mobilization .

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