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|Other Titles: ||The influence of the integration of "Taiwanese consciousness" and "Chinese consciousness" on cross-strait relations|
|Authors: ||吳金燕;Wu, Chin-yen|
張五岳;Chang, Wu-ueh;林騰蛟;Lin, Teng-jiao
|Keywords: ||民族意識;臺灣意識;中國意識;公民社會;中華共同體;nationalistic consciousness;Taiwanese consciousness;Chinese consciousness;citizens’ society;Chinese Commonwealth|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-10 23:22:58 (UTC+8)|
The main purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of the integration of “Taiwanese consciousness” and “Chinese consciousness” on cross-strait relations. The objectives of this study are:
1. To explore the relevant theories of nationalistic consciousness and nationalism;
2. To investigate “Taiwanese consciousness” and “Chinese consciousness” in terms of their formation, development, conflict, transformation and integration;
3. To induce the statements/explication and the influence of “Taiwanese consciousness” and “Chinese consciousness” on decision-making in cross-strait policy;
4. To probe the development of a cross-strait citizens’ society and the values and the beliefs that form modern citizen consciousness;
5. To propose a framework of cross-strait integration into a Chinese Commonwealth, by taking example by the European Union, in order to create a peaceful and symbiotic relationship across the strait.
Accordingly, based on integrated common values, citizens’ nationalistic consciousness can be further integrated. And also, on a basis of identification with Chinese culture, the strengthening of cross-strait exchanges and cooperation becomes a consensus across the strait, and hopefully both sides can make a “non-zero sum” future to promote real interests and rights of people across the strait and to construct a win-win cross-strait relationship.
The scope of this study extends from the year 1949, in which division and separated governance across the strait began after the Nationalist-Communist Civil War, to nowadays. It can be divided into four phases:
1. 1949-1978: a period of military opposition and conflict;
2. 1978-1987: a period of mutual confrontation without contact;
3. 1987-1999: a period of alleviation with exchanges;
4. 1999-nowadays: a period of ideological antagonism.
This investigation mainly focuses on the formation of Taiwanese consciousness and Chinese consciousness, the current situation of their development, their conflict and the direction of their integration, and an analysis of the influence of nationalistic consciousness on cross-strait relations as well. Therefore, Taiwan and Mainland China compose the main subject. This thesis consists of six chapters: chapter one is to narrate the motive and the purpose of this study, the research approach and methodology, the scope and the limits of the study, the research framework and the arrangement of chapters and sections; chapter two is to analyze the theories of ethnics, nationalistic consciousness and nationalism, and to explore the definition of “Taiwanese consciousness” and “Chinese consciousness”, and their features, conflict and integration as well; chapter three is to expound the insistence and the alteration of “Chinese Consciousness” in China’s Taiwan policy, and to elucidate the standpoint and the vision of “Taiwanese consciousness” in Taiwan’s China policy, in order to promote the integration of cross-strait relations and citizens’ nationalistic consciousness; chapter four is to introduce the third domain between a country and a society, and to probe the formation and the development of cross-strait citizens’ society, and further the construction of citizens’ nationalistic consciousness to lead to cross-strait integration; chapter five is to define Chinese citizens as a common identity of cross-strait political communities, and to draw out Chinese Commonwealth as a virtual image of cross-strait political integration, and to emphasize the cooperation and integration of cross-strait public domain affairs, and to offer a vision of cross-strait peace development; chapter six is to conclude with a summary of findings in this study, and to suggest.
In this study, the findings subsequent to exploration and analysis are provided as follows:
1.Both sides across the strait should seek a dynamic equilibrium between “cultural identification” and “political identification”;
2.“Taiwanese consciousness” and “Chinese consciousness” should move toward dynamically balanced integration.
3.Both the sides should discard their respective narrow egocentrism toward great Chinese culture or native Taiwanese culture;
4.Construct a modern cross-strait citizens’ society with the statements and the upbringing of citizens’ nationalistic consciousness;
5.The willingness of Taiwan’s people about cross-strait future development should be first respected;
6.The regional interaction and integration between Taiwan and China is a real subject of importance;
7.A framework to promote the symbiosis and peace across the strait is:
(1) “One Chinese” as a population identity which surpasses countries;
(2) “Peace without arms” as a principle of cross-strait interaction;
(3) Cooperation in “public domain” as a basis of cross-strait peace development;
(4) “Basic agreement” as a schedule of promotion for cross-strait integration;
(5) “Chinese Commonwealth” as a model of cross-strait integration.
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