English  |  正體中文  |  简体中文  |  Post-Print筆數 : 11 |  Items with full text/Total items : 88866/118573 (75%)
Visitors : 23559678      Online Users : 112
RC Version 6.0 © Powered By DSPACE, MIT. Enhanced by NTU Library IR team.
Scope Tips:
  • please add "double quotation mark" for query phrases to get precise results
  • please goto advance search for comprehansive author search
  • Adv. Search
    HomeLoginUploadHelpAboutAdminister Goto mobile version
    Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://nccur.lib.nccu.edu.tw/handle/140.119/104639


    Title: 認同與轉變: 中華民國(台灣)軍民關係的認知研究
    Identity and Transformation: Perceptions of Civil-Military Relations in the Republic of China (Taiwan)
    Authors: 康迪恩
    Karalekas, Dean
    Contributors: 卜道
    David Blundell
    康迪恩
    Dean Karalekas
    Keywords: 台灣身份
    軍事變革
    自我認同
    Taiwan Identity
    Military Transformation
    Self-Identification
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2016-12-07 10:50:21 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 隨著政治在台灣不斷發展,兩者之間的關係也隨之而來
    中華民國(ROC)軍事和社會。
    民主化,民間社會的增長,經濟和社會自由化,以及更大
    在性別和性取向方面的平等標誌著一個台灣社會
    成為自由主義,大部分是在西方大部分地區發生的相同模式。如
    社會變得更加開放和自由,一直有政府的傾向
    政策制定者推動軍隊 - 一個重要的社會制度 - 在這個方向。
    然而,問題出現,當西方例子遵循沒有適當
    評估它們是否適合當地條件。一個例子是push
    將中華民國軍轉變為全志願軍:這在西方工作,因為它
    有機地發生,並基於之前進行的詳盡的社會學研究
    實施。但對台灣來說是正確的嗎?
    為了評估西方例子的適用性,本研究使用其理論
    構建後現代軍事模型,這是一個用於描述的理論構造
    如何通過感知威脅的變化驅動軍民關係的變化。由開發
    美國軍事社會學家查爾斯·莫斯科斯,約翰·艾倫·威廉姆斯和大衛·西格爾
    PMMM描述了在美國軍隊和其他地方發生的變革
    武裝部隊在世界上,並有助於理解軍民關係的狀態。這個
    研究根據PMMM的11個維度來評估ROC軍隊
    確定軍民關係的現狀,同時也提供評估
    該模型適用於台灣的獨特背景。
    本研究採用定量方法,使用對提供初級的中華民國公民的調查
    數據,輔以文件證據,以確定民用軍事的現狀
    關係使用PMMM的11維度作為框架。分析結果
    表明,中華民國軍隊不適合PMMM的模式,但在某種程度上
    雖然如此,卻揭示了台灣軍民關係的現狀。仔細看看這些
    維度揭示了PMMM如何,而不是政策制定者的適當路線圖
    但是它是了解中華民國軍民現狀的一個很好的工具
    關係,還可以有助於形成更好的政策。
    As the polity continues to evolve in Taiwan, so too does the relationship between the
    Republic of China (ROC) military and society.
    Democratization, the growth of civil society, economic and social liberalization, and greater
    equality in terms of gender and sexual orientation have marked a Taiwan society that is
    becoming liberal, largely in the same pattern that has taken place in much of the West. As
    society becomes more open and free, there has been a tendency for government and
    policymakers to push the military—an important social institution—in that direction as well.
    The problem arises, however, when Western examples are followed without a proper
    assessment of whether they are appropriate for local conditions. An example is the push to
    transition the ROC military to an All-Volunteer Force: this worked in the West because it
    happened organically and based on exhaustive sociological research conducted prior to
    implementation. But is it the right thing for Taiwan?
    In order to assess the applicability of the Western example, this research uses as its theoretical
    construct the Postmodern Military Model, which is a theoretical construct used to describe
    how civil-military relations transform driven by changes in perceived threat. As developed by
    US military sociologists Charles C. Moskos, John Allen Williams, and David R. Segal, the
    PMMM describes the transformations that have taken place in the US military and other
    armed forces in the world, and aids in understanding the state of civil-military relations. This
    research assesses the ROC military according to the 11 dimensions of the PMMM to
    determine the current state of civil-military relations, while also providing an assessment of
    the model’s applicability to the unique context of Taiwan.
    This study employs quantitative methods, using a survey of ROC citizens providing primary
    data, supplemented by documentary evidence, to determine the current state of civil-military
    relations using as a framework the 11 dimensions of the PMMM. Analysis of the findings
    indicate that the ROC military does not neatly fit the pattern of the PMMM, but in a way that
    nonetheless sheds light on the state of civil-military relations in Taiwan. A closer look at these
    dimensions reveals how the PMMM, while not an appropriate roadmap for policymakers, is
    nevertheless an excellent tool for understanding the current state of ROC civil-military
    relations, and can yet contribute to the formation of better policy.
    Reference: Alagappa, Muthiah. Coercion and Governance: The Declining Political Role of the Military
    in Asia. Stanford, CA: Stanford UP, 2001.
    Alvaro, Sam, Samantha Urban, Brian McKee, and Sarah A. Hill. Military and Organizational
    Culture. An Annotated and Secondary Bibliography of Literature from the Past Ten
    Years: Defense R&D Canada: Centre for Operational Research and Analysis, 2005.
    Technical Memorandum
    Arrigo, Linda Gail. "The Industrial Work Force of Young Women in Taiwan." Critical Asian
    Studies 12.2 (1980): 25-30.
    Palm Center. Asia's Silence on Gays in Military Broken by Taiwan, 15 May 2002.
    Au, Chung-to. Modernist Aesthetics in Taiwanese Poetry since the 1950s. Leiden: Brill, 2008.
    Axelbank, Albert. "Chiang Kai-shek's Silent Enemies." The Harper's Monthly (1963): 46-53.
    Babbie, Earl R. The Practice of Social Research. 12th ed. Belmont, Calif: Wadsworth
    Cengage, 2010.
    Banning-Lover, Rachel, and Joe Sandler Clarke. "Six Countries Making Progress on LGBT
    Rights." The Guardian. 10 Feb. 2016.
    Beach, Lee Roy. Leadership and the Art of Change: A Practical Guide to Organizational
    Transformation. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2006.
    Beckhard, Richard, and Reuben T. Harris. Organizational Transitions: Managing Complex
    Change. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Pub, 1987.
    Bell, Daniel A., and Kanishka Jayasuriya. "Understanding Illiberal Democracy: A
    Framework." Towards Illiberal Democracy in Asia Pacific. Ed. Daniel Bell, David
    Brown, Kanishka Jayasuriya, and David Martin Jones. London: MacMillan, 1995.
    Bernal, M. E., D. S. Saenz, and G. P. Knight. "Ethnic Identity and Adaptation of Mexican
    American Youths in School Settings." Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences 13.2
    (1991): 135-54.
    Blundell, David, ed. Taiwan Since Martial Law: Society, Culture, Politics, Economics.
    Berkeley: University of California, & Taipei: National Taiwan University Press, 2012.
    Bodnar, J. W. "How Long Does It Take to Change a Culture? Integration at the U.S. Naval
    Academy." Armed Forces & Society 25.2 (1999): 289-306.
    Bondy, Harry. "New Regiments, New Specialist Corps, and a New General Staff." Journal of
    Military and Strategic Studies 7.2 (2009).
    Bornman, Elirea. "Self-image and Ethnic Identification in South Africa." The Journal of
    Social Psychology 139.4 (1999): 411-25.
    Bowers, Faubion. "The Hakujin Experience." Japanese American Veterans Association.
    Brooks, Chad. "When It Comes to Women in Management, U.S. Doesn't Lead." Business
    News Daily, 11 Mar. 2014.
    Brown, Melissa J. "Reconstructing Ethnicity: Recorded and Remembered Identity in
    Taiwan." Ethnology 40.2 (2001): 153-164.
    Brown, Melissa J. Is Taiwan Chinese?: The Impact of Culture, Power, and Migration on
    Changing Identities. Berkeley: U of California, 2004.
    Bullard, Monte R. The Soldier and the Citizen: The Role of the Military in Taiwan's
    Development. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1997.
    Chang, Charles Chi-hsiang., and Hung-mao Tien. Taiwan's Electoral Politics and Democratic
    Transition: Riding the Third Wave. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1996.
    Chang, J.H., and Flor Wang. "Mixed Student Views on Independent Chinese Tourists." Focus
    Taiwan. The Central News Agency, 19 May 2011.
    Chang, Y.H. "Household Compositions and the Attitude of Support for Parents in a Changing
    Society: The Case of Taiwan." National Taiwan University Journal of Sociology 23
    (1994): 1-34.
    Chao, Mo-han. "The Modern Hua Mu Lan: Army Feminine Military Officers Lead the
    Special Characteristic Inquisition." Thesis. Soochow University, 2010.
    Chase, Michael S. "Defense Reform and Civilian Control in Taiwan." China Brief 6.22
    (2006).
    Chen, Chia-sheng. Taiwan and the Development of a Late-modern Military. Diss. State U of
    New York at Buffalo, 2009.
    Chen, Ching-Pu, and Chung-Mo Lee. "A Study of Female Soldier Assignment in the US, the
    UK and Japan." Defense Journal 28.3 (2013): 89-105.
    Chen, Ching-Yi. "Gender Trouble? The Gender-Role Performativity of The Adaption Process
    in The Military." Thesis. ROC National Defense University, 2014.
    Chen, Man-Hua. "The Relationship of Mothers and Daughters-in-law in Urban Chinese
    Families ..." Diss. Texas Woman's U, 1999.
    Chen, Yih-Jiun. "The Study on Work-Family Conflict and Marriage Satisfaction of
    Professional Male Officer: Social Support as a Moderator Variable." Thesis. Shu-Te
    University, 2012.
    Chen, York W. "The Evolution of Taiwan’s Military Strategy: Convergence and Dissonance."
    China Brief IX.23 (2009b): 8-12.
    Cheng, Wei-Yuan, and Lung-Li Liao. "Women Managers in Taiwan." International Studies of
    Management & Organization 23.4 (1993): 65-86.
    Chou, Zih-Jhen. The Work Pressure and Adjustment of Female Primary Officer in the Army.
    Thesis. Fu Hsing Kang College, 2011.
    Christensen, Thomas J. Useful Adversaries: Grand Strategy, Domestic Mobilization, and
    Sino-American Conflict, 1947-1958. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 1996.
    Chu, Hsiang-ling. "The Study of Substitute Military Service System in Taiwan, 1992-2012."
    Thesis. National Taiwan University, 2012.
    Chu, Yun-Han. "Taiwan's National Identity Politics and the Prospect of Cross-Strait
    Relations." Asian Survey 44.4 (2004): 484-512.
    Cohen, Abner. "Political Anthropology: The Analysis of the Symbolism of Power Relations."
    Man 4.2 (1969): 215-35.
    Cole, Bernard D. Taiwan's Security: History and Prospects. London: Routledge, 2006.
    Costa, Rejane P., and Ana Ivenicki. "Multiculturalism and Peace Studies for Education
    Provision in Time of Diverse Democracies." BCES Conference Books. Proc. of XIV
    BCES Conference 2016 - Education Provision to Everyone: Comparing Perspectives
    from Around the World, Bulgaria, Sofia. 1st ed. Vol. 14. Sofia,: Investpress, 2016.
    226-32.
    Damen, Louise. Culture Learning: The Fifth Dimension on the Language Classroom.
    Addison-Wesley, 1987.
    Dandeker, Christopher, James Higgs, Fiona Patton, and John Ross. The Future of British
    Military Cultures. United Kingdom. London: British Military Studies Group, 1998.
    DeBary, William Theodore. The Buddhist Tradition in India, China and Japan. New York:
    Vintage, 1969.
    Desch, Michael C. Civilian Control of the Military: The Changing Security Environment.
    Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1999.
    Dyvik, Synne Laastad. "Women as ‘Practitioners’ and ‘Targets’." International Feminist
    Journal of Politics 16.3 (2013): 410-29.
    Edmonds, Martin, and Michael M. Tsai. Taiwan's Defense Reform. London: Routledge, 2006.
    Elliot, Andrew J., and Patricia G. Devine. "On the Motivational Nature of Cognitive
    Dissonance: Dissonance as Psychological Discomfort." Journal of Personality and
    Social Psychology 67.3 (1994): 382-94.
    Feinman, Ilene Rose. Citizenship Rites: Feminist Soldiers and Feminist Antimilitarists. New
    York UP, 2000.
    "Female Breadwinner Numbers Hit Record High in Taiwan." Taiwan Today. Ministry of
    Foreign Affairs, Republic of China, 19 Sept. 2016.
    Feng, Dong-zhong. "Gender Role, Expectancy, Locus of Control and Stereotype Perception
    on Achievement Motivation of Female Voluntary Officers of Military Services."
    Thesis. National Taiwan Normal University, 2013.
    Freedman, Ronald, Arland Thornton, and Li-shou Yang. "Determinants of Co-residence in
    Extended Households." Social Change and the Family in Taiwan. Ed. Arland
    Thornton and Hui-Sheng Lin. Chicago: U of Chicago, 1994. 335-58.
    Geertz, Clifford. The Interpretation of Cultures: Selected Essays. New York: Basic, 1973.
    "Global Firepower 2016." Global Firepower. MF Network, 01 Apr. 2016.
    Gold, Thomas B. "Taiwan Society at the Fin De Siécle." The China Quarterly CQY 148
    (1996): 1091-114.
    Guy, Nancy. Peking Opera and Politics in Taiwan. Urbana: U of Illinois, 2005.
    "Han Peoples." Republic of China (Taiwan) Government Entry Point. Ministry of Foreign
    Affairs, 30 Apr. 2009.
    Harrell, Stevan, and Junjie Huang. "Introduction: Change and Contention in Taiwan’s
    Cultural Scene." Cultural Change in Postwar Taiwan. Ed. Stevan Harrell and Junjie
    Huang. Boulder: Westview, 1994. 1-18.
    Harrison, Roger. Understanding Your Organization's Character. Boston, MA: Reprint
    Service, Harvard Business Review, 1982.
    Hempel, L. "What's It Worth to You? The Questionable Value of Instrumentalist Approaches
    to Ethnic Identification." International Journal of Comparative Sociology 45.3-4
    (2004): 253-75.
    Hermalin, Albert, Mary Beth Ofstedal, and Li Chi. Kin Availability of the Elderly in Taiwan:
    Who Is Available and Where Are They? Research Report No. 92-18 Comparative
    Study of The Elderly in Asia. Population Studies Center, University of Michigan.
    Ann Arbor: 1992.
    Hochschild, Arlie Russell, and Anne Machung. The Second Shift: Working Parents and the
    Revolution at Home. New York, NY: Viking, 1989.
    Hsiao, Hsin-Huang Michael, ed. Chinese Middle Classes: Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao, and
    China. London and New York: Taylor & Francis Group, 2014. Routledge
    Contemporary China Ser.
    Hsiau, A.C. 2000. Contemporary Taiwanese Cultural Nationalism (Routledge Studies in the
    Modern History of Asia). 1 ed. New York: Routledge.
    Hsu, Chia-Chen. "The Study of The Adaptation Experience in Motherhood, Career and
    Workplace about Female Military Officer Pregnancy." Thesis. ROC National
    Defense University, 2013.
    Hsu, Francis L.K. "A Hypothesis on Kinship and Culture." Kinship and Culture. Ed. Francis
    L.K. Hsu. Chicago: Aldine, 1971.
    Hu, Ming-Wen. "Many Small Antelopes Make a Dragon." Futures 35.4 (2003): 379-92.
    Huang, Shuanfan. "Language, Identity and Conflict: A Taiwanese Study." International
    Journal of the Sociology of Language 143.1 (2000): 139-49.
    Huang, Teh-fu, and Ching-hsin Yu. "Developing A Party System and Democratic
    Consolidation." Democratisation in Taiwan: Implications for China. Ed. S. Tsang
    and H.M. Tien. Basingstoke: MacMillan, 1999. 85-100.
    Huang, Yi-fang. "A Study on Female Military Manpower from the Perspective of
    Glass-Ceiling Theory." Thesis. Shih Hsin University, 2005.
    Isajiw, Wsevolod. "Definition and Dimensions of Ethnicity: A Theoretical Framework." Joint
    Canada-United States Conference on the Measurement of Ethnicity. Ontario, Canada,
    Ottawa. 2 Apr. 1992. Address.
    Jacobs, Andrew. "For Asia’s Gays, Taiwan Stands Out as Beacon." The New York Times 29
    Oct. 2014.
    Janowitz, Morris. The Professional Soldier, a Social and Political Portrait. Glencoe, IL: Free,
    1960.
    Jhou, Zǐh-Jhen. "The Study of Early Female Officers’ Military Experience and Pressure
    Self-Adjustment in Army Grassroots Political Warfare." Thesis. Fu Hsing Kang
    College, 2011.
    Ju, Mei-Jen. "The Family Relationship of Professional Male Officer in Our Country." Journal
    of Fuxinggang University (2009): 53-78.
    Kastner, Jens. "Military Scandals Test Taiwan." Asia Times Online. 18 Mar. 2011.
    Kelly, Jeffrey W. Resistance to Organizational Cultural Change in the Military: A JFO Case
    Study. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College, 2008.
    Ko, Hui-min. "The Political Economy of Recruiting Policy for the Military Service in the
    ROC, 1949-2009." Thesis. National Taiwan University, 2010.
    Ko, Shu-ling. "Selecting the Sex of Babies Banned in Proposed Law." The Taipei Times. 18
    Nov. 2003.
    Koppes, Clayton R., and Gregory D. Black. Hollywood Goes to War: How Politics, Profits,
    and Propaganda Shaped World War II Movies. New York: Free, 1987.
    Kuo, Ching-Yi. "The Semiotic Analysis of the Military Advertising—A Feminist
    Perspective." Thesis. Fu Hsing Kang College, 2011.
    Lai, Mei-Chih. An Empirical Study of Son Preference and Fertility Behavior in Taiwan,
    1980-1992. Diss. 2001.
    Laskai, Lorand C. "A Taiwan Where Politics Is Cool." Foreign Policy Magazine. Graham
    Holdings Company, 18 Mar. 2015.
    Laurence, Janice H., and Michael D. Matthews. The Oxford Handbook of Military
    Psychology. New York: Oxford UP, 2012.
    Liao, Ping-Hui. "Postmodern Literary Discourse and Contemporary Public Culture in
    Taiwan." in A. Dirlik and X. Zhang (eds.) Postmodernism and China, Durham, NC:
    Duke University Press (2000): 68-88.
    Lin, Ping-hung. "An Overview of The Military Socialization Process of Female Officers In
    The Army." Thesis. ROC National Defense University, 2013.
    Lin, Sean. "Netizen’s List of Military Hates Strikes Chord." The Taipei Times 13 Apr. 2015.
    Ling, L.H.M., and Chih-Yu Shih. "Confucianism with a Liberal Face: The Meaning of
    Democratic Politics in Postcolonial Taiwan." ROP The Review of Politics 60.01
    (1998): 55-82.
    Liou, Liang-ya. "Queer Theory and Politics in Taiwan: The Cultural Translation and
    (Re)Production of Queerness in and beyond Taiwan Lesbian/Gay/Queer Activism."
    NTU Studies in Language & Literature 14 (2006): 123-54.
    Lu, Huey-fen. "Family Types and Marital Power: A Field Study in Taiwan." Diss. Harvard U,
    2000.
    Lu, Luo, and Kuo-Shu Yang. "Emergence and Composition of the Traditional-modern
    Bicultural Self of People in Contemporary Taiwanese Societies." Asian Journal Of
    Social Psychology 9.3 (2006): 167-75.
    Marsh, Robert M. "Gender and Pay in Taiwan: Men's Attitudes in 1963 and 1991."
    International Journal of Comparative Sociology 39.1 (1998): 115-37.
    McCauley, Kevin. "Taiwan’s Military Reforms and Strategy: Reset Required." China Brief
    16.13 (2016): 5-9.
    Moskos, Charles C., and Frank R. Wood. The Military: More than Just a Job? Washington:
    Pergamon-Brassey's International Defense, 1988.
    Moskos, Charles C., John Allen Williams, and David R. Segal. The Postmodern Military:
    Armed Forces after the Cold War. New York: Oxford UP, 2000.
    Muyard, Frank. "Taiwanese National Identity, Cross-Strait Economic Interaction, and the
    Integration Paradigm." National Identity and Economic Interest: Taiwan's Competing Options and Their Implications for Regional Stability. Ed. Peter C.Y. Chow. New
    York: Palgrave Macmillan US, 2012. 153-86.
    Nair, E. "Conscription and Nation-Building in Singapore: A Psychological Analysis." Journal
    of Human Values 1.1 (1995): 93-102.
    "National Population and Housing Census." Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and
    Statistics. Executive Yuan, 2014.
    Niou, Emerson M. S. "Understanding Taiwan Independence and Its Policy Implications."
    Asian Survey 44.4 (2004): 555-67.
    Omi, Michael, and Howard Winant. Racial Formation in the United States: From the 1960s
    to the 1980s. New York: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1986.
    Plante, Jacques. Canada. Department of National Defense. Responding To Change In The
    Department Of National Defence And The Canadian Forces. 2005.
    "Population and Housing Statistics." Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and
    Statistics. Executive Yuan, 2001.
    Rankin, Mary Backus. "The Emergence of Women at the End of Ching: The Case of Ch’u
    Chin." Women in Chinese Society. Ed. Margery Wolf and Roxane Witcke. Stanford:
    Stanford UP, 1975. 39-66.
    Taiwan. Ministry of Defense. Republic of China, 1996 National Defense Report. Taipei: Li
    Ming, 1996.
    Rosen, L.N. "Cohesion and the Culture of Hypermasculinity in U.S. Army Units." Armed
    Forces & Society 29.3 (2003): 325-51.
    Ross, Marc Howard. "Culture in Comparative Political Analysis." Comparative Politics
    Rationality, Culture, and Structure. Ed. Mark Irving Lichbach and Alan S.
    Zuckerman. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009. 134-61.
    Roy, Denny. Taiwan: A Political History. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2003.
    Rubinstein, Murray A. "The Evolution of Taiwan's Economic Miracle 1945-2000: Personal
    Accounts and Political Narratives." Technology Transfer Between the US, China and
    Taiwan. Ed. Fuller B. Douglas and Murray A. Rubinstein. Abingdon Oxfordshire:
    Routledge, 2013. 36-58.
    "Selecting the Sex of Babies Banned in Proposed Law." Taipei Times 18 Nov. 2003. Taipei
    Times. 18 Nov. 2003.
    Selznick, Philip. The Organizational Weapon; a Study of Bolshevik Strategy and Tactics.
    Glencoe, IL: Free, 1960.
    Setzekorn, Eric. "Military Reform in Taiwan: The Lafayette Scandal, National Defense Law
    and All-Volunteer Force." American Journal of Chinese Studies 21.1 (2014): 7-19.
    Shambach, Stephen A. Strategic Leadership Primer. Carlisle Barracks, PA: Dept. of
    Command, Leadership, and Management, United States Army War College, 2004.
    Shen, Yulin. "The Study of the Gender Division Labour for the Male Military Officers'
    Viewpoints in the Military." Thesis. Fu Hsing Kang College, 2012.
    Shepherd, Laura J. Gender, Violence and Security: Discourse as Practice. London: Zed,
    2008.
    Shu, Ting-ting. "The Study of Military Recruitment." Thesis. Yuan Ze University, 2006.
    Singer, P.W. Corporate Warriors: The Rise of the Privatized Military Industry. Ithaca: Cornell
    UP, 2007.
    Smith, Nicole. "Contemporary Issues Facing Women in the Military." Web log post. Article
    Myriad. 7 Dec. 2011.
    Speare, Alden, Kʻo-chih Liu, and Ching-lung Tsay. Urbanization and Development: The
    Rural-urban Transition in Taiwan. Boulder: Westview, 1988.
    Stachowitsch, S. "Military Gender Integration and Foreign Policy in the United States: A
    Feminist International Relations Perspective." Security Dialogue 43.4 (2012):
    305-21.
    Street, Amy E., Jane Stafford, Clare M. Mahan, and Ann Hendricks. "Sexual Harassment and
    Assault Experienced by Reservists during Military Service: Prevalence and Health
    Correlates." The Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development 45.3 (2008):
    409-20.
    Su, Chi. Taiwan's Relations with Mainland China: A Tail Wagging Two Dogs. London:
    Routledge, 2009.
    Swaine, Michael D., and James C. Mulvenon. Taiwan's Foreign and Defense Policies:
    Features and Determinants. Santa Monica, CA: Rand, 2001.
    Tai, Hung-chao. Land Reform and Politics: A Comparative Analysis. Berkeley: U of
    California, 1974.
    Taiwan National Security and Defense Law and Regulations Handbook: Intl Business Pubns
    USA, 2007.
    "Taiwanese Women Embrace 'male' Careers but Gender Gap Remains." South China
    Morning Post 24 Nov. 2013. South China Morning Post. 24 Nov. 2013.
    Tajfel, Henri. "An Integrative Theory of Intergroup Conflict." The Social Psychology of
    Intergroup Relations. Ed. John C. Turner. Pacific Grove: Brooks/Cole, 1979. 33-48.
    Templeman, K.A., G.J. Uzonyi, and T.E. Flores. Threats, Alliances, and Electorates: Why
    Taiwan’s Defense Spending Has Declined as China’s Has Risen. Working paper.
    CCDRL, Stanford University. (2015).
    Ting, Jui-feng. "A Comparative Study of the Defense Industry Reserve Duty System and
    R&D Substitute Services System. (1979-2011)." Thesis. National Taiwan University,
    2012.
    Tsai, Yong-mei, and Chin-chun Yi. "Persistence and Change of the Chinese Family Values:
    The Taiwanese Case." Taiwanese Society in Transition. Ed. Ruo-shu Yang and
    Hei-yuan Chiu. 20th ed. Vol. B. Taipei: Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica,
    1987. Monograph Ser.
    Tuan, Yi-fu. Segmented Worlds and Self: Group Life and Individual Consciousness.
    Minneapolis: U of Minnesota, 1982.
    Tucker, Nancy Bernkopf. Dangerous Strait: The U.S.-Taiwan-China Crisis. New York:
    Columbia UP, 2005.
    Tung, Ming-Chih, Jiung-Yao Huang, Huan-Chao Keh, and Shu-Shen Wai. "The Initiative of
    Distance E-Training System for Advanced Military Education in Taiwan." Tamkang Journal of Science and Engineering 12.4 (2009): 489-98.
    Turner, John. "Towards a Cognitive Redefinition of the Social Group." Social Identity and
    Intergroup Relations. Ed. Henri Tajfel. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1982. 15-40.
    Turton, Michael. "Re: The Diplomat on The Evolution of the New Taiwan Identity: Plus Ca
    Change." Web log comment. The View from Taiwan, 12 June 2016.
    Turton, Michael A. "Ma Ying-jeou's Legendary (Trade) Millions." The Diplomat. 24 May,
    2016b.
    Wang, T. Y., and I-Chou Liu. "Contending Identities in Taiwan: Implications for Cross-Strait
    Relations." Asian Survey 44.4 (2004): 568-90.
    Whaley, A.L. "Racial Self-Designation and Disorder in African American Psychiatric
    Patients." Journal of Black Psychology 31.1 (2005): 87-104.
    Williams, Teresa Kay, and Michael C. Thornton. "Social Construction of Ethnicity Versus
    Personal Experience: The Case of Afro-Amerasians." Journal of Comparative Family
    Studies Comparative Perspectives On Black Family Life 29.2 (1998): 255-67.
    Woo-Cumings, Meredith Jung-En. "National Security and the Rise of the Developmental
    State in South Korea and Taiwan." Behind East Asian Growth: The Political and
    Social Foundations of Prosperity. Ed. Henry S. Rowen. London: Routledge, 1998.
    319-37.
    Wu, Chia-Jung. "My “Changing” Diary: A Qualitative Study on the Role Change About the
    Female Voluntary Soldier Transfers Into the Non-commissioned Officer." Thesis. Fu
    Hsing Kang College, 2010.
    Wu, Ren-hung. "Bio-politicizing Ethnicity—a Preliminary Observation on Taiwan’s Ethnic
    Relations and the Transforming National Identity." American Sociological
    Association Annual Meeting. Sheraton Boston and the Boston Marriott Copley Place,
    Boston. 31 July (2008).
    Wu, Yu-Shan. "Taiwan's Domestic Politics and Cross-strait Relations." The China Journal 53
    (2005): 35-60.
    Yan, Zhongjun. "The Study of Relationship on Job Characteristics, Organizational
    Communication and Job Satisfactions of Female Volunteer Enlistees." Thesis. ROC
    National Defense University.
    Yang, Li-shou. "Social Change and Preferences for Gender of Children Among Women in
    Taiwan." Diss. U of Michigan, 1995.
    Yeh, Christine J., and Mary Y. Hwang. "Interdependence in Ethnic Identity and Self:
    Implications for Theory and Practice." Journal of Counseling & Development 78.4
    (2000): 420-29.
    Yi, Chin-chun, and Ying-hwa Chang. "'Change of Family Structure and Marital Power in
    Taiwan." Families, Human Resources and Social Development. Ed. Nancy Chen,
    Yia-ling Liu, and Mee-O Hsieh. Taipei: Graduate Institute of Sociology, National
    Chengchi U, 1995.
    Yi, Chin-chun, and Yu-hsia Lu. "A Review on Family and Women Studies in Taiwan." The
    Development and Exchange of Sociology in Taiwan, Hong Kong and China. Ed. H.H.
    Hsiao and Y.H. Chang. Taipei: Taiwanese Sociological Association, 1996.
    Yin, Shih-hsien. "A Study of Impact Assessment for Mandatory Military Service Tenure
    Reduction Program upon Armed Forces in Taiwan." Thesis. National Taipei
    Uinversity, 2008.
    Yu, Wei-Hsin, and Kuo-Hsien Su. "Gender, Sibship Structure, and Educational Inequality in
    Taiwan: Son Preference Revisited." Journal of Marriage and Family 68.4 (2006):
    1057-068.
    Yu, Wei-hsin. Women and Employment in Taiwan. Taiwan-U.S. Quarterly Analysis No. 19 of
    20. Brookings Institution: 2015.
    Description: 博士
    國立政治大學
    亞太研究英語博士學位學程(IDAS)
    99265514
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0099265514
    Data Type: thesis
    Appears in Collections:[亞太研究英語博/碩士學位學程(IDAS/IMAS) ] 學位論文

    Files in This Item:

    File SizeFormat
    551401.pdf1799KbAdobe PDF380View/Open


    All items in 政大典藏 are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved.


    社群 sharing

    著作權政策宣告
    1.本網站之數位內容為國立政治大學所收錄之機構典藏,無償提供學術研究與公眾教育等公益性使用,惟仍請適度,合理使用本網站之內容,以尊重著作權人之權益。商業上之利用,則請先取得著作權人之授權。
    2.本網站之製作,已盡力防止侵害著作權人之權益,如仍發現本網站之數位內容有侵害著作權人權益情事者,請權利人通知本網站維護人員(nccur@nccu.edu.tw),維護人員將立即採取移除該數位著作等補救措施。
    DSpace Software Copyright © 2002-2004  MIT &  Hewlett-Packard  /   Enhanced by   NTU Library IR team Copyright ©   - Feedback