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URN etd-0704105-120102
Author Cheng-fang Cho
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Department EMPP
Year 2004
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title A Study of Kaohsiung County Political Factions
Date of Defense 2005-05-30
Page Count 237
Keyword
  • political party politics
  • political factions
  • Kaohsiung County
  • local factions
  • Abstract Before political party politics was not formed in Taiwan, local factions completely took control of political resources and the directions of political situations. So political factions usually dominated political parties and were the mainstay power that dominated Taiwan politics. In Kaohsiung County, local factions are severely competitive, have their own political territories, and have grabbed political resources. So local political factions are the predominant influencing force in elections for political positions.
      This study used document method and field research method to explore the origins, development and operating models of local factions and how the local factions of political parties have strengthened or weakened in the wake of the rising to power of Democratic Progressive Party. The study has found out that the Black Faction has remained the largest one despite the shift of national ruling power, followed by the White Faction, the Red Faction, the Yellow Faction, and the Green Faction in order of strength. The votes that the Black, the White, the Red, the Yellow, and the Green faction can control are as follows: about 200,000 to 250,000, about 150,000 to 200,000, about 70,000 to 100,000, about 30,000 to 50,000, and about 30,000 to 40,000 respectively.
      On May 14, 2005, Taiwan people elected their mission-specified National Assembly representatives, and the turnouts of election verified the conclusions of this research. The Black Faction remained the largest on, grabbing 57.46% of the vote, leading the Red, the White Faction by a margin of 18.65%; the Red and the White Factions scored 38.81%. On June 7, 2005, the mission-specified National Assembly representatives ratified the Constitution Revision act passed in the Legislature. According to the Constitution Revision act, the number of legislators will be reduced by 50% from the 7th Legislature Assembly and their term will be extended to four years. At the same time, a system of one constituency, two votes will be instituted. This constitutional reform will definitely redefine the territories of local political factions. How Taiwan political situations will develop, the directions of political parties, and how local political factions will grow or recede deserve further observation.
    Key words:Kaohsiung County、political party politics、local factions、political factions.
    Advisory Committee
  • Jun-ying Huang - chair
  • Ying-fang Huang - co-chair
  • Po-wen Cheng - advisor
  • Charng-yeong Ku - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2005-07-04

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