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|Other Titles: ||The sources and consequence of political trust in Taiwan|
|Authors: ||馮玉騏;Feng, Yu-chie|
|Keywords: ||政治信任;民主價值;民主支持度;民主滿意度;民主轉型;民主鞏固;political trust;democratic values;support for democracy;satisfaction with democracy;democratic transition;democratic consolidation|
|Issue Date: ||2010-01-11 04:46:05 (UTC+8)|
The important issues after the democratic transition of emerging democracies are to avoid retrogression and to lead the country toward democratic consolidation. Since 1987, after the lifting of martial law in Taiwan, the authoritarian system collapsed gradually, and the development of democratic transition was supported by elite in the early initiative. Now, It’s supported by the general public and its extent becomes an important indicator of democratic consolidation in Taiwan. Based on 2004 survey, I try to discuss the factors that affected the sense of political trust for the people in Taiwan, and to discuss the phenomenon of political trust which reflected by the activities of people in Taiwan from the democratization point of view. From the social fabric of the people of Taiwan''s political trust, we could recognize that the level of political trust is generally low, and, the socio-demographic distribution is not so different between different societies.But, there has some degree of importance in different political parties to affect the level of political trust for the people in Taiwan. It influences some factors of the public confidence, such as the overall economic satisfaction assessment and the satisfaction assessment of president. During Taiwan''s democratic transformation process, the political trust index dropped rather than increased, and, it also made dissatisfied results of the implementation of democracy. The people of Taiwan seems to be dissatisfied from the government to the democracies. Because there has no big different in the social background, it will have a positive benefit for the consolidation of Taiwan''s democracy development, if the government could try to improve its administrative capability to seek the support of the people, to increase the people''s political trust, to enhance the satisfaction of implementing the democratic system, and to avoid losing the people''s support for the democratic system.
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