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姓名 潘大衛(David Abraham Pancoast) 電子郵件信箱 E-mail 資料不公開
畢業系所 企業管理學系研究所(Business Management)
畢業學位 碩士(Master) 畢業時期 98學年第2學期
論文名稱(中) 台灣大學生對仿冒與盜版的觀念比較研究   
論文名稱(英) Taiwanese Undergraduate Perspectives on Counterfeiting and Piracy: A Comparative Study
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    摘要(中) 在台灣仿冒或商標侵權以及盜版或版權侵權是很嚴重的問題。最近地方法和執法政策的改變便是為了尋求方法抑制此一問題,然而卻很少有研究著重在台灣年輕人對於購買和�或消費仿冒品或盜版商品的觀念。先前的研究曾指出造成這些產品在市場上購買意願的主要驅動力為教育、倫理性、合法性、品質、面子意識、自覺危害社會以及由購買行為產生的利益。本研究的主要目的為利用兩份獨立的調查比較和對比台灣大學生的這些觀念,並試圖解釋可歸因於以上所提到七個驅動力其中的六個造成購買意願的差異(利益除外)。

    摘要(英) Counterfeiting and piracy are serious problems in Taiwan. Recent changes in local laws and enforcement policies have sought to curb the problem, but these actions have failed to account for the inherent differences in the perceptions among young Taiwanese persons of purchase and/or consumption of counterfeit or pirated goods. Previous research had indicated that the primary drivers in this market of purchase intention for these products are education, ethicality, legality, quality, face consciousness, perceived harm to society, and the utility derived from consumption. The primary aims of this research were to compare and contrast these perceptions among undergraduate students in Taiwan using two independent surveys and to attempt to explain the variance in purchase intention that can be attributed to six of the seven drivers (utility excluded).
    While purchase intention and perceptions regarding some kinds of societal harm were found to be statistically equal, significant differences were discovered between students’ attitudes toward counterfeiting versus piracy with regard to ethicality, legality, and the impact of these activities on innovation and the Taiwan economy. Additionally, there were marked differences between the amounts of variance in purchase intention explained by the six drivers and between the specific correlations of these drivers. Counterfeit goods’ purchase intention correlated significantly with only three of the drivers, while pirated goods’ purchase intention correlated with five, and with only partial overlap between the two. The findings of this study are thus concluded to be significant for the further development of research into the two areas.
  • 仿冒
  • 大學生
  • 台灣
  • 盜版
  • 觀念
  • 關鍵字(英)
  • Taiwanese
  • Undergraduate
  • Perspectives
  • Counterfeiting
  • Piracy
  • 論文目次 Table of Contents
    List of Tables 3
    List of Figures 3
    Acknowledgments 4
    Abstract 5
    中文摘要 7
    Introduction 8
    Background 8
    Research questions 10
    Definitions 11
    Counterfeiting 11
    Piracy 11
    Literature Review 16
    Business impact from counterfeiting and piracy 16
    Negative impact 16
    Positive impact 23
    Measuring the impact of counterfeiting and piracy 25
    Factors affecting purchase intention 26
    Role of education 26
    Teleological (legal) evaluation 26
    Deontological (moral) evaluation 28
    Perceptions of quality 29
    Face consciousness 30
    Perceptions of societal harm 30
    Utility in consumption of counterfeit and pirated goods 31
    Utilities derived from both trademark- and copyright-infringing goods 32
    Utilities derived from trademark infringing goods 38
    Utilities derived from copyright infringing goods 41
    Relating the Concepts 42
    Hypotheses 43
    Methodology and Sample Information 53
    Survey Construction 54
    Sample Selection 54
    Sampling Method 55
    Sample Characteristics 56
    Hypothesis testing 59
    Hypothesis 1a 60
    Hypothesis 1b 61
    Hypothesis 1c 62
    Hypothesis 1d 63
    Hypothesis 1e 64
    Hypothesis 2a 65
    Hypothesis 2b 66
    Hypothesis 2c 67
    Hypothesis 2d 68
    Hypothesis 2e 69
    Hypothesis 3a 70
    Hypothesis 3b 71
    Hypothesis 3c 73
    Hypothesis 3d 74
    Hypothesis 3e 75
    Hypothesis 3f 77
    Hypothesis 3g 78
    Results and Discussion 80
    Principal Findings 80
    Analysis of Untested Variables 89
    Conclusions 93
    Suitability of Study in Answering Research Questions 93
    Implications for Research and Policy in the Area 94
    Limitations of the Research 95
    Suggestions for Further Research 96
    References 98
    Appendix A: English and Chinese Versions of Surveys Used in this Research 103

    List of Tables
    Table 1: Hypothesis test for H1a 60
    Table 2: Hypothesis test for H1b 61
    Table 3: Hypothesis test for H1c 62
    Table 4: Hypothesis test for H1d 63
    Table 5: Hypothesis test for H1e 64
    Table 6: Hypothesis test for H2a 65
    Table 7: Hypothesis test for H2b 66
    Table 8: Hypothesis test for H2c 67
    Table 9: Hypothesis test for H2d 68
    Table 10: Hypothesis test for H2e 69
    Table 11: Hypothesis test for H3a 70
    Table 12: Factor correlation of law scale with purchase intention 71
    Table 13: Hypothesis test for H3b 72
    Table 14: Hypothesis test for H3c 73
    Table 15: Hypothesis test for H3d 74
    Table 16: Hypothesis test for H3e 75
    Table 17: Hypothesis test for H3f 77
    Table 18: Hypothesis test for H3g 78
    Table 19: Summary of Findings for Sample Mean Comparisons 80
    Table 20: Summary of Results of Regression Analysis for Counterfeiting and Piracy Surveys 84
    List of Figures
    Figure 1: Difference in Means Between Counterfeiting and Piracy Surveys 88
    Figure 2: Difference in Means by Gender (Counterfeiting Survey) 90
    Figure 3: Difference in Means by Gender (Piracy Survey) 90
    Figure 4: Difference in Means by Course of Study (Counterfeiting Survey) 91
    Figure 5: Difference in Means by Course of Study (Piracy Survey) 91
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  • 安大偉 - 委員
  • 黃明新 - 指導教授
  • 口試日期 2010-06-21 繳交日期 2010-06-29

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