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Select Bibliography on Taiwan’s Democracy Movement

  • Aspalter, Christian (2002). Democratization and Welfare State Development in Taiwan. Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Cabestan, Jean-Pierre (2005). “Specificities and Limits of Taiwanese Nationalism.” China Perspectives. No. 62, pp. 32-43.
  • Chai, Trong R.(1996).“The Future of Taiwan.”Asian Survey.Vol. 26, No.12, pp. 1309-1323.
  • Chang Mao-kuei (2000). On the Origins and Transformation of Taiwanese National Identity. China Perspectives No. 28 (March-April), pp. 51-70.
  • Chang, Parris (1984).“Taiwan in 1983:Setting the Stage for Power Transition.”Asian Survey, Vol24, No. 1, pp. 122-124.
  • Chen, Shui-bian (2000). The Son of Taiwan:The Life of Chen Shui-bian And His Dreams for Taiwan. Taipei: Taiwan Publishing.
  • Corcuff, Stéphane (2005). “History Textbooks, Identity Politics and Ethnic Introspection in Taiwan.” In Edward Vickers and Alisa Jones, eds, History education and national identity in East Asia ( pp. 133-169). NY: Routledge.
  • Corcuff, Stéphane, ed. (2002). Memories of the Future National Identity Issues and the Search for a New Taiwan. Armonk NY: M.E. Sharpe.
  • Dickson, Bruce J. and Chien-min Chao, eds.(2002). Assessing the Lee Teng-hui Legacy in Taiwan’s Politics: Democratic Consolidation and External Relations. Armonk, NY and London : M.E. Sharpe
  • Fell, Dafydd (2011). Government and Politics in Taiwan. London : Routledge.
  • Friedman Edward, ed. (1994).The Politics of Democratization: Generalizing East Asian Experiences. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.
  • Gold, Thomas (1993). “Taiwan’s Quest for Identity in the Shadow of China.” In Steve Tsang, ed., In the Shadow of China: Political Developments in Taiwan Since 1949 (pp. 169-192). Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
  • Gunter Schubert (2012). “Taiwan’s Political Evolution from Authoritarianism to Democracy and the Development of Cross-Strait Relations.” In Jens Damm and Paul Lim, eds., European Perspectives on Taiwan (pp. 66-83). DE: Springer VS.
  • Ho, Ming-sho (2005). “Taiwan’s State and Social Movements Under the DPP Government, 2000-2004.” Journal of East Asian Studies,Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 401-425.
  • Hsiao, Michael (1992). “Emerging Social Movements and the Rise of a Demanding Civil Society in Taiwan.” Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs, No. 24, pp. 163-180.
  • Hughes, Christopher R. (2011). “Negotiating national identity in Taiwan.” In Robert Ash, John W. Garver, and Penelope Prime, eds., Taiwan’s Democracy (pp. 51-74). NY: and London : Routledge.
  • Kagan, Richard C. (1998). Chen Shui-bian: Building a Community and a Nation. Taipei: Asia-Pacific Academic Exchange Foundation.
  • Keating, Jerome F. (2006). Taiwan: The Struggles of a Democracy.Taipei: SMC Publishing.
  • Lee Teng-hui (1999).The Road to Democracy: Taiwan’s Pursuit of Identity. Tokyo: PHP Institute.
  • Lin, Cheng-yi and Lin Wen-cheng (2005). “Democracy, Divided National Identity, and Taiwan’s National Security.” Taiwan Journal of Democracy, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 69-87.
  • Mendel, Douglas (1970). The Politics of Formosan Nationalism. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Nathan, Andrew J. and Yangsun Chou (1987).“Democratizing Transition in Taiwan.”Asian Survey,  Vol. 27, No. 3. pp. 277-299.
  • Peng, Ming-min (1972). A Taste of Freedom: Memoirs of a Formosan Independence Leader. NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
  • Pye, Lucian W. (1966).“Party System and National Development in Asia.”In Joseph LaPalombara and Myron Weiner, eds., Political Parties and Political Development. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
  • Rigger, Shelley (1999). Politics in Taiwan: Voting For Democracy. London : Routledge.
  • Roy, Denny (2003). Taiwan: A Political History. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
  • Schubert, Gunter (2004). “Taiwan’s Political Parties and National Identity.” Asian Survey, Vol. 44, No. 4, pp. 534-554.
  • Schubert, Gunter (2008). “Taiwan’s Evolving National Identity since the DPP Takeover.” In Steven M. Goldstein and Julian Chang, eds., Presidential Politics in Taiwan (pp. 85-116). Norwalk CT: Eastbridge.
  • Schubert, Gunter and Jens Damm, eds. (2011). Taiwanese identity in the 21st century: domestic, regional, and global perspectives. London: Routledge.
  • Steven, Goldstein and  Julian Chang, eds. (2008) Presidential Politics in Taiwan: The Administration of Chen Shui-bian. Norwalk: Eastbridge.
  • Terao, Tadayoshi (2002). “Taiwan: From Subjects of Oppression to the Instruments of Taiwanization.” In Shinichi Shigetomi, ed. The State and NGOs: Perspective from Asia (pp.263-287). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
  • Tsang, Steve ed. (2012). The Vitality of Taiwan: Politics, Economics, Society and Culture, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

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