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社區,國家,全球化,與國族認同:透過對台灣與香港的比較分析與民意調查來測驗相關理論模式
Community, State, Globalization and National Identity: Testing Relevant Hypotheses in Taiwan and Hong Kong
1.魏鏞
1.Yung Wei
1.世新大學通識教育中心
1.Center for General Education, Shih Hsin University
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1.世新大學通識教育中心
1.Center for General Education, Shih Hsin University
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1.行政院國家科學委員會
1.National Science Council
A.14 計畫執行期間(起):2002-08-01
A.14 計畫執行期間(訖):2004-03-31
2002-12-312003-01-012004-01-052004-01-092004-02-112004-02-19
A.16 收到日期:2004-04-23
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台灣香港20歲以上選民

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台灣民意調查:1152 香港民意調查:1074


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C.2 聯絡日期:2004-04-27
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1.世新大學通識教育中心
1.Center for General Education, Shih Hsin University
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C.7 資料公開日期:2006-04-01
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1.全球化
2.多體系國家
3.社區參與
4.國家認同
5.聯鎖社群
1.Community Participation
2.Globalization
3.Linkage Community
4.Multi-system Nation
5.National Identity
 在各類國家之中,以分裂國家(divided nations)或多體系國家(multi-system nations)之政府與人民在社區參與,國家認同,與國際地位上所面臨的問題最為嚴重。而多數中外學者之研究,泰半從法律面,政治面,經濟面,及國際政 治面來分析分裂國家之問題,甚少學者從分裂國家內人民之心理文化層面探討渠等之國家暨民族認同,更少人結合社區發展及全球化過程出發,嘗試建立相關經驗性 理論模式並加以檢驗。本計畫主持人有鑒於此,乃決定以台灣及香港居民為對象,透過民意調查,來測度此二地區的民眾之社區參與,不同地區間之互動,對渠等國 家認同上所產生之影響。

本計畫之進行方式係先建立一有關台灣與香港兩地民眾國族認同之理論模式,其中包括「社經背景」,「社區參與」,「政治參與」,「國際旅遊」及「個人發 展前景」等獨立(自)變數,並透過民意調查,來測度這些自變數與相依(依)變數群,包括「社區認同」,「文化認同」與「國家認同」之關係。

本計畫之主要假設是:由於台港兩地人民之社區參與與國際旅遊日益提昇,單純之「國家認同」取向,已逐漸為包含更廣泛的「社區認同」,「文化認同」,以至「國際認同」所取代,隨著國際化的進一步發展,這樣的趨勢可望更趨擴大。

主持人在治學過程中,先後接受傳統政治學,國際法學,及經驗性政治學之嚴格訓練,近年來在國科會支持下,對於「多體系國家(multi-system nations)」之國際法人地位及「聯鎖社群(linkage communities)」現象曾作深入理論探索與調查研究。主持人深信,本計畫不僅將有助於了解台海兩岸人民之認同問題,並且還會對世界性之類似問題與 現象之解析,作出開創性之貢獻。

 Of all countries of the world, the divided nations, or “multi-system nations,” face exceptionally serious problems of community participations, national identity, and legal status in the international society. In studying the divided nations, most scholars tended to emphasize on the legal, political, economic, and international aspects of the problems facing these nations. Few scholars try to investigate the cultural and psychological aspects of the problems confronting the people of these societies. Even fewer examine these nations from the perspectives of community formation, globalization, and national identity. Moreover, very little discussions on these issues are based upon empirical research, utilizing instruments such as sample survey and quantitative analysis.

This research project takes note of the shortcoming of the existing research and decides to tackle the issues of the divided nations with regard to community building and national identity by conducting option surveys in Taiwan and Hong Kong.

The basic approach of this proposed project is first to build a hypothetical model encompassing several most relevant independent variables such as the SES of the residents community participations, political participation, international travel, and personal assessment of development prospect on the one hand and the dependent variable such as community identity, state identity, and cultural, ethnic identity on the other. Concurrent opinion surveys will be conducted both in Taiwan and Hong Kong to test various hypotheses derived from the relationships among these variables.

The primary hypothesis of this research project is: owing to the increasing community participation and international travels of both the residents in Taiwan and Hong Kong, “community identity” and “cultural/ethnic identity” will be strengthen whereas “state identity” will gradually subside.

The applicant of this project has received strict training both in traditional political science and in empirical methods of modern political inquiry. In recent years, with the support from the National Science Council, this applicant has been able to conduct various relevant researches on the concepts of “multi-system nations,” “linkage communities,” and “intra-national commonwealth,” all are original concepts put forth by this applicant. It is the firm belief of the applicant that by conducting the proposed research, we not only can gain first hand knowledge on the problem of national identity of the people in Taiwan and Hong Kong, but will also add a new theoretical thrust to the investigation on the problem of the role of states and communities caught in the process of globalization.

D.16 完成檢誤日期:2004-04-29
D.17 預定釋出日期:2006-04-01
D.18 初次釋出日期:2006-04-07
D.19_1 最新版釋出日期:2006-04-07
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10.6141/TW-SRDA-E91075-1
https://efenci.srda.sinica.edu.tw/webview/index.jsp?object=https://efenci.srda.sinica.edu.tw:80/obj/fStudy/E91075
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