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    Title: 臺灣公民社會西進初探 : 以陸生臺灣經驗為例
    Other Titles: A preliminary study of westward movement of Taiwanese' civil society : the case of Chinese students' Taiwan experience
    Authors: 陳柏宏;Chen, Po-hung
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 社會西進;陸生;陸生納保;臺灣公民社會;臺灣主體意識;國族認同;大陸學歷採認;太陽花學運;多元成家;同志運動;Westward movement of society;Chinese students;insurance for Chinese students;Taiwan civil society;Taiwanese Identity;national identity;recognition of Chinese qualifications;Sunflower Student Movement;family diversity;gay rights movement
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:34:57 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 中國大陸籍的學籍生自2011年起正式登臺求學,在2011-2016這段時間內,在臺大陸學籍生的人數便已達7813人。



    Taiwan began accepting the university admissions of Chinese students in 2011. Between 2011 ~ 2016, the number of enrolled Chinese students in Taiwan grew to 7,813 people.

    This paper will start by examining the self-orientation of the Taiwanese society from the perspective of the civil society in Taiwan and policies on Chinese students to determine the current consensus in the Taiwanese civil society. The background to the policies on Chinese students formulated by the Taiwanese government will then be used to establish the current official attitude to Chinese students in Taiwan and future prospects.

    Chinese students who have been living in Taiwan for more than three years will also be interviewed using the in-depth interview method to understand their life in Taiwan as well as their views and experiences of Taiwanese society.

    By exploring the interactions between Taiwanese society and Chinese students, this paper attempts to see if Taiwan can open a third and different channel for communication with China outside of military and politics. In addition to improving cross-strait relations, such interactions may offer a way to rethink conflicts in policy and lead to the development of a more efficient governance model.
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