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    Title: 我國民間教育利益團體參與九年一貫課程政策制定過程之研究-以主婦聯盟為例
    Other Titles: A study of particpation of an educational interest group in the guade 1-9 curriculum policy-making process in Taiwan-a case of the homemaker's union and foundation
    Authors: 許秋萍;Hsu, Chiou-ping
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育政策與領導研究所碩士班
    黃炳煌;Huang, Ping-huang
    Keywords: 利益團體;九年一貫;政策制定過程;interest groups;grade 1-9 curriculum;policy-making process
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:18:02 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究旨在探討我國民間教育利益團體參與九年一貫課程政策制定過程的實際情形,並以主婦聯盟為例。本研究將「九年一貫課程政策」過程分成政策形成與政策執行階段,進而分析每一個階段主婦聯盟可資運用之資源、接近管道及參與策略等實際情形,俾對於我國利益團體實際參與教育政策之梗概有所領略,進而提出具體之建議。
    The purpose of the study is to investigate the actual situation of the participation of an educational interest group in the process of the 1-9 curriculum policy-making in Taiwan. The process of the study of the 1-9 curriculum policy-making is divided into two stages: policy formation and policy execution. It analyzes the actual situation of Homemaker’s Union and Foundation’s utilization resources, methods of access and the strategy of the participation in each stage of policy-making process.
    To apprehend generally the educational policy in the actual participation of the interest group in Taiwan, the study brings up some specific suggestions. To reach the purpose, the study adopts three methods: the case study, the document analysis and the in-depth interview. Case study: the Homemaker’s Union and Foundation as the subject. Use it to take part in the process of an educational interest group on the 1-9 curriculum policy-making. Document analysis: search and analyze the related document data extensively from 1997 to 2004. Because some of them are included in the inner organization and the actual situation, the analysis couldn’t collect entirely from the related document data. Beside the analysis of the secondhand data, the research needs to do the in-depth interview in order to understand the actual situation in the educational policy from the participation of the interest group to make up for the inadequate data.
    The result of the research found that Homemaker’s Union concerning deeply about the educational issue for a long time, uses the resources of organization, methods of access and the strategy of the participation easily during making the procedures of the 1-9 Curriculum Policy etc., to carry on direct or indirect different influence of all kinds on the government or the people. To the process of the policy strategy, although the government couldn’t reach Homemaker’s Union requests that decision is transparent, the schedule made is not irritable and open widely to the participation of educational group’s discussion, the formulation of this strategy course can include the opinion from the non-educational system, which the participation of Homemaker’s Union is a big progress and the educational policy strategy formulation accords to the demand of democracy with diverse participation. From the process of the policy-making, the group plays a very important role in this course and its influence does not allow to be ignorant. Follow-up researcher can investigate the impact on policy for education of interests group from different theory structure too, in order to put forward more penetrating suggestion.
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