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This thesis investigates the relationship and development between the information foundation infrastructure of local and foreign countries and their information policies. This will serve as a theoretical basis for building a national information policy framework. At the same time, using information theories such as public information policy theory, chaos theory, and macro theory, we explore the basis of a comprehensive national information policy and its framework. Thus, the first chapter of the study does a literature analysis of major works on national information policies. Literature chosen mainly comes from those dealing with national information policy factors and government documents. The second chapter analyzes the information infrastructure situation of Taiwan and other countries and the relationship with national information policies. Chapter three mainly discusses theory: public information theory, information policy method theory, and macro theory as this thesis’ main theoretical bases. The fourth chapter discusses the national information policy development situation of Taiwan and other countries to understand how the current situation can serve as reference for policy making. Chapter five describes the library information service policy and its relationship with national information policies. Information service is a country’s main core concern in its information policy and so we thus mainly focus on library and government information services. Chapter six presents a verification of the study’s research objectives and further analyzes Taiwan’s information policy tools. These can serve as reference for administrative units in drawing up information policies. We also create an information systems policy framework for Taiwan that can serve as basis of policy analysis or reference for research. The last chapter summarizes research results and gives personal suggestions for government agencies, libraries, and academe.
This study discusses information technology and the entire country’s social, cultural, economic, political, legal, educational, governmental, and international environment. This can serve to further analyze current information policy tools in Taiwan. Furthermore, the study thoroughly and systematically investigates the relationship between information services and national information policies. We also give proposals based on core topics of information training and information use for a national information policy framework.