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    Title: 墨西哥一黨獨大體系的形成、調適與轉變
    Other Titles: The Formation and Modification of Mexico's One-Party System
    Authors: 蔡東杰
    Tsai, Tung-Cheih
    Contributors: 政大政治所
    Keywords: 墨西哥;政黨;一黨獨大體系;民主化
    democratization;Mexico;party system;modernization
    Date: 1999-10
    Issue Date: 2014-04-01 17:22:11 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 墨西哥除在拉丁美洲具有相當的政經影響力外,其長期存在的一黨體系也非常引人矚目;而本文目的即企圖由其形成背景與初期發展,以及在經濟與社會變遷壓力下的轉型經過,做一詳細之分析。除此之外,從比較政治的角度來看,該國與台灣雖各擁有不同的歷史文化與社會組織結構,地緣關係也相距甚遠,但它們存傳統社會邁向現代民主工業國家的過程中,不論是政黨體系形態、政治運作規範、國家發展途徑、經濟成長表現'民主化變遷歷程、以及最近的整體轉型特徵方面,都有甚多可供統合歸類的相似之處。至於透過比較進行自我觀察也是本文的目的之一。
    In the 1980s, after the widespread democratization of many countries around the globe called “the Third Wave,” many scholars began to focus on the interaction between economic liberalization and political democratization. This has been particularly so given that Latin American countries (such as Mexico), have achieved reforms that have become more and more eye-catching. This paper analyzes the long history of Mexico, particularly its one-party system. In addition to explaining the causes of mexico’s transition, this paper also contributes to the field of area studies and democratization theory.
    Relation: 問題與研究, 38(10), 49-64
    Data Type: article
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