法治指標:常見問題 
Rule of Law Indicators: FAQs

 
   
下列常見問答會隨著社會變化和大眾需要而不斷更新
The content of this FAQ page will be updated from time to time to match societal changes and community needs
   
常見問題 Frequently asked Questions
   
問:「主觀指標」與「客觀指標」有什麼分別?
Q: What is the difference between "subjective indictors" and "objective indicators"?
   
常見問題與答案 Frequently asked Questions with Answers
   
問:「主觀指標」與「客觀指標」有什麼分別?
Q: What is the difference between "subjective indictors" and "objective indicators"?

答:「主觀指標」是用來量度民眾的內在感覺,而「客觀指標」一般是用來陳述外在的事實和數字。例如在量度新聞自由的時候,「客觀指標」可以是引用報章的發行數目;但如果所有報章都受到政治審查,有關數字便不能反映民眾對新聞自由的感覺。相反,某某地方可能只有幾家報章,但都運作獨立和政見多元,民眾一樣可以感覺良好。
(初版:2006年1月17日新聞公報之附加資料)
A: "Subjective indicators" measure people's feeling of how good or how bad the situation is, while "objective indicators" usually refers to hard facts and figures. In measuring press freedom, for example, objective facts may include how many newspapers a society has, but that alone may not indicate how much press freedom people feel they have, especially if the newspapers are political censored. Likewise, people may feel good even if there are only a few papers, but every one of them enjoys perfect freedom and takes on different political stands.
(First release: Supplementary section of our press release of 17 January 2006)
   


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