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||The Declination of ”Chinese Identity” in Taiwan -An Analysis of Survey Data from 1992 to 2012|
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||This study suggests that the long-term results of ethnic consciousness is a political socialization. But, the political events (The Missile crisis in the Taiwan Strait and Chinese Communists intimidation) caused the Chinese identity declination.|
Even though it is hard to say totally verify the critical impact of “political incidents,” this paper has analyzed and found that when Taiwan’s “Chinese identity” took an apparent drop.
The high level of education of the people in the Chinese identity drop faster. The second generation and third generations down faster.
At last, the disappearance of first generation Mainland provinces and cities people is not the main reason for the disappearance of Chinese identity. The second generation and third generations change their “Chinese identity” to “Both of Identity” and “Taiwanese Identity ” in twenty years was the most important factor.
||Wen-chun Chen - chair|
Chen-hua Yu - co-chair
Chengshan Liu - co-chair
Chun-chieh Wang - co-chair
Da-Chi Liao - advisor
Indicate in-campus at 3 year and off-campus access at 5 year.|
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