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    Title: 經濟利益與符號態度:解析臺灣認同的動力
    Authors: 陳陸輝;陳映男;王信賢
    Wang, Hsin-Hsien
    Contributors: 政大東亞所
    Keywords: 兩岸關係;兩岸交流;認同;符號政治;理性抉擇
    Date: 2012-10
    Issue Date: 2013-05-22 15:45:54 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 2008年「五二○」以來,兩岸關係趨於和緩、交流也愈趨熱絡,而此種發展究竟對臺灣民眾的「認同」造成何種影響。本研究從「理性自利」及「感性認同」層面切入,探討2008年至2010年兩岸和解是否影響臺灣民眾「臺灣人認同」,並進一步分析影響臺灣民眾「臺灣人認同」的因素為何。研究結果發現,自2008年以來臺灣民眾的「臺灣人」認同的上昇趨勢不僅未改變且持續增加,而其中感性因素對「臺灣人」認同的影響力尤為顯著。因此,本文認為隱藏於「理性自利」背後的「感性認同」或許才是左右臺灣民眾認同的真正關鍵。
    Relation: 東吳政治學報, 30(3), 1-51
    Data Type: article
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