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Taiwan diamond 2000

Taiwan International Diamond and Related Materials Science and Technology Symposium < 2000, Taibei>; Yuanzi-yu-Fenzi-Kexue-Yanjiusuo < Taibei>
2001-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

not available

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

not available

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

not available

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

not available

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

not available

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

not available

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

not available

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

not available

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract available

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

not available

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract available

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract available

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan Political, Social and Economic Data

Jen-Kai Liu; GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies

no abstract

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Taiwan’s Ethnicities and their Representation on the Internet

Jens Damm; Chang Jung Christian University

This paper examines various Web applications of the four “officially” recognized ethnicities in Taiwan and aims to identify the links between information and communication technologies (ICTs), ethnic identities and issues related to Taiwanization and its contestation. To give some background, the pa...

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Taiwan’s Democracy: Towards a Liberal Democracy or Authoritarianism?

Dafydd J. Fell; School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

This paper examines how Taiwan moved from being viewed as a model Asian democracy to one allegedly suffering from democratic reversal. The reasons for the declining domestic and international reputation of Taiwan’s democracy are discussed. Lastly, some key political challenges facing Taiwan’s democr...

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Cultural Policy on Postwar Taiwan

Winckler, E. A.; National Taiwan University; University of Washington
1994-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Pond Management Research in Taiwan

Chien, Y.-H.; Liao, I.; Taiwan Fisheries Research Institute
2001-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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The Taiwan Dilemma: China, Japan, and the Strait Dynamic

Jason J. Blazevic; Idaho State University

Many Chinese and Japanese authorities believe Taiwan is essential to their respective states’ national security due to the island’s geographic centrality and beneficial proximity to nearby and distant sea lanes. Of further importance is Taiwan’s immediacy to territorial and resource disputes between...

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Digestive Endoscopy Society of Taiwan

Gastroenterological Society of Taiwan; Digestive Endoscopy Society of Taiwan
1997-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Gastroenterological Society of Taiwan

Gastroenterological Society of Taiwan; Digestive Endoscopy Society of Taiwan
1997-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Gastroenterological Society of Taiwan

Gastroenterological Society of Taiwan; Digestive Endoscopy Society of Taiwan; Surgical Society of Gastroenterology ROC
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Biotechnology in Aquaculture in Taiwan

Chlu Liao, I.; Chao, N.-H.; Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic; Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
1996-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Painters of the Postwar Generation in Taiwan

Kuo, J. C.; National Taiwan University; University of Washington
1994-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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The Political Economy of Collective Labour Legislation in Taiwan

James W. Y. Wang; National Chengchi University

This article provides a seminal analysis of collective labour legislation in Taiwan. A chronological review of Taiwan’s legislative process suggests that the context of incorporation, institutional framework, mechanisms for delivering reforms, and sequence of reforms together shape the legislative o...

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Understanding the Trajectory of Social Movements in Taiwan (1980-2010)

Ming-sho Ho; National Taiwan University

Introduction to Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 3/2010: Social Movements in Contemporary Taiwan

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The Twenty-five Maiden Ladies’ Tomb and Predicaments of the Feminist Movement in Taiwan

Anru Lee; John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY; Wen-hui Anna Tang; National Sun Yat-sen University

“The Twenty-five Maiden Ladies’ Tomb” is the collective burial site of the female workers who died in a ferry accident on their way to work in 1973. The fact that of the more than 70 passengers on board all 25 who died were unmarried young women, and the taboo in Taiwanese culture ...

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Pro-colonial or Postcolonial? Appropriation of Japanese Colonial Heritage in Present-day Taiwan

Yoshihisa Amae; Chang Jung Christian University

Since the end of World War II, the Kuomintang (KMT) (Guomindang) government has erased all traces of Japanese rule from public space, deeming them “poisonous” to the people in Taiwan. This frenzy, often termed “de-Japanization” or qu Ribenhua in Chinese, included the destruction and alteration of Ja...

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The Choice of Constitutional Amendments in a Young Democracy – From Indirect to Direct Election of the President in Taiwan

Da-chi Liao; National Sun Yat-sen University; Hui-chih Chang; National Sun Yat-sen University

This paper attempts to determine the kind of constitutional rule preferred in a young democracy when an institutional opportunity for constitutional change occurs. It adopts the standpoint of collective decision-making. This approach involves two crucial theoretical elements: the calculation of the ...

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Managing Stability in the Taiwan Strait: Non-Military Policy towards Taiwan under Hu Jintao

Wu-ueh Chang; Tamkang University; Chien-min Chao; National Chengchi University

China’s Taiwan policy has been one of coupling intimidation (the “stick” approach) with coercion (the “carrot” approach), a policy mix which, in the near term, is not likely to change, as is evidenced by the passage of the “Anti-Secession Law” in March, 2005. However, under Hu Jintao, the focus has ...

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The Regulation of Religious Affairs in Taiwan: From State Control to Laisser-faire? Die Regelung von religiösen Angelegenheiten in Taiwan: Von Staatskontrolle zu Laisser-faire?

André Laliberté; Ottawa University

This article looks at Taiwan’s policy towards religion to show that non-Western societies can also achieve what Alfred Stepan called a “twin toleration” wherein the state does not intervene in religious affairs, and religion does not seek to control the state. The paper shows the sets of constraints...

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Socioeconomics of aquaculture : proceedings of international symposium '93, Keelung, Taiwan, 14 - 17 December 1993

International Symposium on Socioeconomics of Aquaculture < 1, 1993, Jilong, Taiwan>; Donggang-Shuichan-Shiyan-Fensuo < Taibei>; Taiwansheng-Shuichan-Shiyansuo < Jilong, Taiwan>
1994-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Divorcing China: The Swing from the Patrilineal Genealogy of China to the Matrilineal Genealogy of Taiwan in Taiwan’s National Imagination

Yin C. Chuang; Taiwan Normal University, Taibei

This paper explores the popular concept of the relationship between Taiwan and China as a feminine/ masculine dichotomy which has been constructed within Taiwan’s national imagination. First, I will focus on how this dichotomy has been created within the process of identity-shifting in Taiwan since ...

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The Impact of Social Movements on Taiwan’s Democracy

Stephen Philion; St. Cloud State University

This article discusses and critiques the four articles that comprise this volume on Taiwan’s social movement and democratization. I argue that the four articles suggest that while Taiwan’s social movements have made a clear impact on Taiwan’s democratization, they remain challenged by the neo-libera...

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Cross-Strait Integration – A New Research Focus in the Taiwan Studies Field

Gunter Schubert; University of Tübingen

Introduction to Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 1/2010

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Civil Society and Taiwan's Quest for Identity

Gold, T. B.; National Taiwan University; University of Washington
1994-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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The Movement Strategy in Taiwan’s Judicial Independence Reform

Chin-shou Wang; National Cheng Kung University, Department of Political Science

Judicial independence reform in Taiwan was pioneered by a group of reform-spirited judges from Room 303 of the Taichung (台中, Taizhong) District Court, in 1993. Rather than joining the mass movement that was unfolding on the streets, the reformers formed a coalition with other judges to trigger refor...

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Signs of Change? An Analysis of Taiwan’s December 2009 Local Elections

Stefan Braig; University of Tübingen

Under special circumstances created by a government decision to partly merge and upgrade six counties and county-level cities to special municipality status, local elections took place on December 5, 2009 in areas covering less than half of Taiwan’s population. The results are generally seen as an i...

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An Institutionalist Explanation of the Evolution of Taiwan’s Disability Movement: From the Charity Model to the Social Model

I-lun Tsai; National Penghu University of Science and Technology; Ming-sho Ho; National Taiwan University

In this article, we analyze the process of institutional change in Taiwan’s disability field by focusing on the role of social movements. An institutional perspective emphasizes how a particular logic in an organizational field generates formal and informal institutions that define how persons with ...

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Dokumentation der Tagungsbeiträge - Germanistentreffen Deutschland - Indien - Indonesien - Philippinen - Taiwan - Thailand - Vietnam : 3. - 8. 10. 1999 ; [Bangkok 1999]

Germanistentreffen Deutschland - Indien - Indonesien - Philippinen - Taiwan - Thailand - Vietnam < 1999, Kruṅdeb>; Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst
2000-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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New Approaches to Cross-Strait Integration and Its Impacts on Taiwan’s Domestic Economy: An Emerging “Chaiwan”?

Gordon C. K. Cheung; Durham University

Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan and Presidential elections in January and March 2008 respectively re-orientated cross-Strait relations from hostility to co-operation. On 4 November 2008, Chen Yunlin, head of the Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits (ARATS), and Chiang Pin-kun (Jiang Bingkun...

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New approaches to cross-strait integration and its impacts on Taiwan's domestic economy : an emerging 'Chaiwan' ?

Cheung, Gordon C. K.

Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan and Presidential elections in January and March 2008 respectively re-orientated cross-Strait relations from hostility to co-operation. On 4 November 2008, Chen Yunlin, head of the Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits (ARATS), and Chiang Pin-kun (Jiang Bingkun...

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“Whither Taiwanization?” State, Society and Cultural Production in the New Era

Yoshihisa Amae; Chang Jung Christian University; Jens Damm; Chang Jung Christian University

Introduction to Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 1/2011: “Whither Taiwanization?”

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Die Verwendung multimedialer Hilfsmittel im DaF-Unterricht an taiwanesischen Universitäten

Huang, Ching-Shih

Zum Verbessern der deutschen Erkenntnisse der allgemeinen fremdsprachlichen Bildung in weiterführenden Schulen und Hochschulen in Taiwan, wurde mein Projekt im WS 2007/08 und im SS 2008 am IfAD in der NKFUST in Taiwan eingeführt. Meine Hypothese war, wie das multimedial unterstütze Training von Spra...

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A Modest Proposal for a Basic Agreement on Peaceful Cross-Strait Development

Ya-chung Chang; National Taiwan University

In order to promote peaceful development in cross-Strait relations, this article proposes that both sides of the Taiwan Strait sign a “Basic Agreement on Peaceful Cross-Strait Development” – a temporary agreement (modus vivendi) to determine political relations and future development across the Stra...

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ATLAS Setup and Usage of the German National Analysis Facility at DESY 2010-10-18 - 2010-10-22

W. Ehrenfeld; DESY; International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP) 2010

Poster

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Commentary on “A Modest Proposal for a Basic Agreement on Peaceful Cross-Strait Development” by Chang Ya-chung

Christopher R. Hughes; London School of Economics

This critique assesses Prof. Chang Ya-chung’s draft basic agreement for cross-Strait relations by arguing that it overstates changes in Beijing’s Taiwan policy, which is based on a strategy that has not seen substantial change since it was devised in the early 1990s to prevent the island’s democrati...

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The Political Thinking of the Mainland Taishang: Some Preliminary Observations from the Field

Gunter Schubert; University of Tübingen

This article explores the political thinking of Taiwanese business people (taishang) and factory managers (taigan) on the Chinese mainland by drawing on qualitative data gathered between 2006 and 2008 in the Pearl River Delta and the Shanghai/ Kunshan metropolitan area. An ideal type of taishang is ...

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Story

Whitehorn, John

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Official/ Unofficial: Information Management and Social Association

Kay Hearn; Edith Cowan University

This paper explores the debates around civil society and corporatism as ways of understanding changes in social association, including non-governmental organisations and protest groups, and information management in relation to the development of the Internet. Both concepts have been used to examine...

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Länderbericht

Deutschland / Statistisches Bundesamt; Ifo-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung < München>
1991-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Commentary on “A Modest Proposal for a Basic Agreement on Peaceful Cross-Strait Development” by Chang Ya-chung

Jean-Pierre Cabestan; Hong Kong Baptist University

The main question that Chang Ya-chung’s Modest Proposal triggers is whether a political and security agreement can realistically be reached today. The twelve agreements signed by Beijing and Taibei since 2008 should be saluted as conducive to constructing détente, nonmilitary confidence-building mea...

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China’s Trade Relations with the United States in Perspective

Dong Wang; Centre for East Asian Studies, University of Turku

China’s trade relations with the United States over the past four decades is a topic that has not been fully dealt with in scholarly works. This paper charts the course of US-China economic relations since 1971, explains the principal forces stimulating growth and encouraging change and, finally, di...

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Between Dependency and Autonomy – Taiwanese Entrepreneurs and Local Chinese Governments

Chun-yi Lee; Leiden University

This paper focuses on the changing interaction between Taiwanese entrepreneurs and local Chinese governments. Through the analysis of this changing process, it can be seen that Taiwanese businesses are a special “asset” of Chinese governments. The main argument of this paper is that both central and...

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Fell, Dafydd

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