Taiwan Since Martial Law(中文書)

書名 Taiwan Since Martial Law(中文書)
編者 David Blundell ed.
出版社 國立臺灣大學出版中心
出版日期 2012-06-27
ISBN 9789868805507
定價 750
特價 79折   593
特價期間:2021-01-22~2021-03-21
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分類 中文書>歷史地理>台灣研究

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Taiwan Since Martial Law epitomizes the reinvigoration of cultural pluralism, which characterizes the dynamic processes of democratized Taiwan. With the lifting of martial law in 1987, people have awakened to their respective cultural identities and contributed to a sociopolitical renaissance strengthening the island's sense of national destiny and commitment to self-determination.
Nineteen chapters highlight Taiwan's social and cultural diversity and the complexities of its politics and economy. The preface by Bo Tedards depicts the avenues of Taiwan's democratization with his ‘trajectories’ of political alternatives. The opening chapter by the editor David Blundell traces his personal experiences during the martial law transition and his reflections on an emerging Taiwan “sense of place.” Pro-democracy activists organized to demand free elections, human rights, respect for local heritages, and environmental sustainability.
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Taiwan Since Martial Law

作者簡介

EDITORDavid Blundell, doctorate in anthropology, University of California, has written articles and contributed to books on cultural resource management, visual anthropology, language and communication processes, and aesthetics. Since the 1980s, Dr Blundell has been teaching at National Taiwan University and National Chengchi University in Taipei. His previous edited volume Austronesian Taiwan: Linguistics, History, Ethnology, Prehistory (Berkeley 2000), revised as a 2nd edition in 2009. Prof Blundell’s forthcoming book is on the ethnography of communication: acquisition of language and knowledge.

章節目錄

List of Maps………………………… ix Map of Taiwan…………………..… xi Contributors (in chapter order)… xiii Editor’s Note………………………. xxi Foreword………………………….. xxv Learning from the Past to Strengthen our Future…………… xxv Safe C. F. Lin Producing this Book………………………………………… xxvi Eric H. Y. Yu Centered on Time and Place………………………………… xxviii Michael Buckland Taking Ownership of the Timeline of History ………………xxx Hsiang Jieh Introduction……………………………………………… xxxiii Taiwan Since Martial Law David Blundell Opening Essay ……………………………………………xlix Trajectories of Democratization Bo Tedards Society & Culture 1 Taiwan Coming of Age ………………………………3 David Blundell 2 Grassroots Taiwan History…………………………… 27 Ann Heylen 3 A Public Arts Venue in Taipei: Beitou Hot Springs Museum……… 63 Constance Woods 4 Rights to Recognition: Minorities and Indigenous Politics in Emerging Taiwan Nationalism …91 Ku Kun-hui 5 Review of the Hakka Ethnic Movement in Taiwan ………………131 Al Chung-chieh Wu6 First Case of the New Recognition System: The Survival Strategies of the Thao…………… 153 Mitsuda Yayoi 7 Retrieving Ancestral Power From the Landscape: Cultural Struggle and Yami Ecological Memory on Orchid Island …183 Jackson Hu 8 Perception and Cultural Identity of Taiwan Exchange Students in Germany From the 1980s to the Present ……………211 Monika Leipelt-Tsai 9 The First Generation Middle Class in Taiwan: Culture and Politics………………243 Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao 10 Tea of Taiwan: Contemporary Adaptation ……………263 Niki Alsford Politics & Economy 11 The Formation of Taiwan’s New National Identity Since the End of the 1980s………… 297 Frank Muyard 12 Election Campaigning Since the Taiwan Martial Law Era ……………367 Jonathan Sullivan 13 The Media in Democratic Taiwan …………………395 Gary D. Rawnsley and Ming-Yeh T. Rawnsley14 Fledgling Democracy in Taiwan: Need for a Civil Rights Protection System ………………419 Janet Tan 15 Nation vs. Tradition: Indigenous Rights and Smangus………………453 David Reid 16 Righting the Wrongs of the Past? The Human Rights Policies of Chen Shui-bian and Ma Ying-jeou ……485 Daniel Bowman 17 Economic Integration Across the Taiwan Strait: A Case of Cultural Identity Transformation and Contested National Sovereignty in the Context of Globalization ……………………527 José Guerra Vio 18 Globalization and Economic Security: The Case of the Taiwanese Semiconductor Industry ……………549 Ming-chin Monique Chu 19 Economy of Taiwan after the Lifting of Martial Law: A Waning Developmental State? …597 Peter C. Y. Chow Index ……………631
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