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The Wage Levels of Taiwanese Journalists under the Transformation of Technology
The Status Quo and Possible Solutions from a Critical Political Economy Perspective
Because of the ongoing trendfor expanding new information, developing information communication technologies (ICTs), and increasing digitization, the market structure and labor skill levels of the Taiwanese news industry have changed substantially. The combination of increased market competition and reduced journalism skills has led to declining wages for Taiwanese journalists. However, the wage system is a social construct that is influenced by specific political economy factors, the behaviors of economic institutions, and the effects of the industrial market. Therefore, we adopt a critical political economy approach to propose that social wage problems result from power issues, and that the solutions to these problems are based on policy decisions. In response to the declining wages of Taiwanese journalists, this study proposes objective policies to systematize wage increases and strengthen Taiwan's news industry.
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