Sunday, October 15, 2006

Bibliography from Books, Jouranls and Papers

1. Yung-Ming Hus; Yun Fan. “Learning To Be Taiwanese: The Paths of Forming Taiwanese Identity.” Taiwan Political Science Review(Taiwan Zhengzhi Xuekan) 2001/12 :3-63

2. Jim T.M. Lin, Michael T.F. Lee, Allen J.W. Lian. “Ethical Decision –making Behavior Under Uncertain Environment in Taiwan.” National Central University, Department of Information Management, 2002/11

3. Mei-chih Li. “Taiwanes’s Explicit and Implicit Consciousness of Ethic and National Identy.” National Chengchi University.

4. Yun-han Chu, Chia-lung Lin. “The Construction of Taiwanese Identity and Cross-Strait Relations.” Paper presented at the conference on The Development of Contemporary Taiwan. 12/16~17/1998

5. I-Chou Liu,Szu-Yin HO. “The Taiwanese/Chinese Identity of the Taiwan People.” Issues & Studies. 1999/05: 1-34

6. Murray A. Rubinstein. “Rethinking Taiwanese and Chinese Identiy: Melissa J. Bronw’s Is Taiwan Chinese?” Issues&Studies.2004/12:454-459

7. Yi-huah Jiang. “Is Taiwan a Nation? On the Current Debate over Taiwanese Nationalism and National Identity.” Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University.1999

8. Yao-Chia Chuang. “The Role of Group Identification and Prejudice in the Relationship between Taiwan and China” Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies.2003/12:73-104

9. Alice R. Chun. “You can’t say ‘Chinese’ : Negotiating Taiwan’s National Identity Crisis Discourses on Political TV Call-In Shows” University of Texas of Austin. Texas Linguistic Forum 47: 31-40. April 11-13,2003

10. T.Y. Wang, G. Andy Chang. “Ethnicity and Politics in Taiwan: An Analysis of Mainlanders’ Identity and Policy Preference.” Issues&Studies,2005/12 :35-66


At 8:24 PM, Blogger Research Writing said...

Hi Constance,

Don't forget to add your annotated bibliography for all the references you included here.



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