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URN etd-0715117-135509
Author Ming-Hsiung Chen
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Department Political Science
Year 2016
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title An Research Discourse On Hsiu-Chu Hung and Ing-Wen Tsai
Date of Defense 2017-06-09
Page Count 132
Keyword
  • sovergnty
  • cross-strait relations
  • maintaining the status guo
  • one China same interpretation
  • eventual unification
  • Abstract Taiwan is facing threat of force, control, domination, the act of infringing Taiwan’s sovereignty and eventual unification with undemocratic and improper means from Mainland China. This study is based on the importance of sovergnty for readers to understand the implied meaning of “one China, same interpretation"and “maintaining the status guo"more clearly, knowing more about being dominated by Mainland China and two main future parties in Taiwan on which road they will take Taiwan. To reach this contribution, we should focus on what the political leaders say. As s result, public talks by HUNG Hsiu-chu and TSAI Ying-wen on cross-strait relationship during presidential campaign in 2016 were selected for is study. Through comparing differences between discourses conducted by these two, readers will be able to think further that Taiwan is in s difficult political situation and by this, can be more inclusive and have wisdom of seeing through changes of situation. This study adopts textual analysis method and gathers news, reports, periodical and monographs, etc. to analyze with intention in comprehending truth and false of these two presidential candidates’ speeches more specifically. The main finding of this thesis is that “one China, same interpretation"of HUNG Hsiu-chu can guarantee the peace in the Taiwan Strait; however, this kind of peace builds up on the basis of an uncertainly trustworthy promise of Mainland China. TSAI Ying-wens “maintaing the status guo"Wen’s retains blurred and retractable space and preserve Taiwan’s political subjectivity, but it brings high uncertainty and high risk to Taiwan’s security.
    Advisory Committee
  • Da-Chi Liao - chair
  • Wen-Chun Chen - co-chair
  • Frank C.S. Liu - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2017-08-15

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