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A study on policy literacy and public attitudes toward government innovation-focusing on Government 3.0 in South Korea

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  • A study on policy literacy and public attitudes toward government innovation-focusing on Government 3.0 in South Korea
  • Park, EunHyung; Lee, Jea-Wan
  • Springer Nature


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Title A study on policy literacy and public attitudes toward government innovation-focusing on Government 3.0 in South Korea
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Author(English)

Park, EunHyung; Lee, Jea-Wan

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[Berlin, Germany]:Springer Nature

Date 2015-12
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity:vol.1 (no. 23)
Pages 13
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Government and Law < Public Administration
Holding Springer Nature

Abstract

This study aims to verify the relationship between policy literacy and attitudes toward the government innovation initiative known as Government 3.0. Also, this study hypothesizes that the relationship between policy literacy and policy attitude can be moderated by cognitive subject and analyzed according to the type of cognitive subject involved. The multiple regression analysis based on the results of a survey that targeted 2,039 civil servants and ordinary citizens was utilized to verify the relationship. According to our research results, a high level of policy literacy about government 3.0 has a positive effect on policy support, and it is statistically significant. The effect of moderating variables, however, reveals that the impact of policy literacy on policy support varies depending on who the cognitive subject is. (The rest omitted)