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URN etd-0623109-002649
Author Ying-chao Chuang
Author's Email Address yinchao@mail.tainantb.gov.tw
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Department Political Science
Year 2008
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Taiwan township (country, town, city) research of the Autonomous bodies
Date of Defense 2009-06-05
Page Count 224
Keyword
  • local self-government
  • country /town / city
  • Autonomous bodies
  • autonomy
  • Abstract Since 1940, Taiwan has carried out the Local-self Goverment system, Township(Country/Town/City)has been the front line status of local authority. Because the Constitution does not expressly protect the autonomous status, together with the practical operation of manipulation of local factions and the drawbacks of corruption, as well as the lack of people, money, lack of influence of factors such as the right, resulting in poor functional autonomy, therefore the cancellation of legal status, and that the abolition of self-government elections have been put forward, and caused heated discussion and debate from all walks of life, due to support and oppose the two factions has its own rationale, controversy over the years has not yet come to a conclusion.
    In this paper, analysis of the Department to collect the relevant papers, periodicals, books, letters Release Act, the meeting information, network information, such as newspapers and magazines as a source of research data and study the use of the rule of law, historical research, secondary data analysis based supplemented by participant observation method of research methods, to be on view.
    The present paper is divided into five chapters. The first chapter includes introduction, background studies, the motive, the goal, the research framework and the method on this article. The second chapter deliberates origin, the localization and the connotation and the law transformation of the township autonomous status of Autonomous bodies. The third chapter analyzes and explains the design, the implementation and the development of Autonomous bodies. The fourth chapter focuses on the form, the argument of the system, the populace view and analysis of system transformation. The fifth chapter, a conclusion, provides an outcome of the studies, and attempts to propose a strategic solution to the question that has been brought up.
    Advisory Committee
  • Ta-Chi Liao - chair
  • Cheng-Shan Liu - co-chair
  • Wen-Jun Chjen - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2009-06-23

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