本研究的目的希望能透過反共義士的個案與Gabriel A. Almond的理論相互印證，不僅僅結合歷史學和政治學，並且透過文獻資料的輔佐，找出反共義士的政治文化。 The focus of the study is on a group of anti-communist martyrs in the Korean War. By personally talking to various interviewees and using the book “The Civic Culture: Political Attitude and Democracy in Five Nations” written by Gabriel A. Almond as a reference, the researcher analyzed the perspectives of anti-communist martyrs in political culture.
The research is divided into three parts: the first part is from the historical aspect, exploring the reasons why anti-communist martyrs participated in the Korean War and why they chose to relocate inTaiwan; the second part is to look at their political behavior and to focus on three main points—political participation, spread of political information, and participation of political parties; the third part is to discuss their political identification, such as national identify and ideology identify.
The purpose of the study hopes to use the case study of anti-communist martyrs to confirm the theory of Gabriel A. Almond. It not only combines the field of history and political science, but also includes related bibliography to discover anti-communist martyrs’ political culture