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    Title: 臺灣國家認同的變遷對兩岸關係的影響(1996-2011)
    Other Titles: Taiwan's national identity change on cross-strait relations (1996-2011)
    Authors: 伍致翰;Wu, Chih-Han
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國大陸研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 國家;認同;國家認同;國家定位;兩岸關係;state;Identity;national identity;national status;Cross-strait Relations
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:31:20 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 1996年3月23日臺灣民眾開始經由公民投票選舉方式,推選出全體公民相對多數認可的國家領袖,自此臺灣民主化正式邁入新的里程碑。在民主化的發展上,自1996年至2011年,臺灣共歷經三位民選總統,分別是:1996年的首次民選總統「李登輝先生」、2000年首次政黨輪替的「陳水扁先生」以及2008年再次政黨輪替的「馬英九先生」,確立臺灣以和平方式完成政權移交及朝向民主化國家發展,公民有權決定國家領袖及影響國家未來。
    On March 23 1996, the citizens of Taiwan selected a relative majority of all citizens recognized national leader through a referendum election, since Taiwan''s democratization has officially entered into a new milestone. In the development of democratization from 1996 to 2011, Taiwan had have three democratically elected president, They are: "Mr. Lee Teng-hui"(the first democratically elected president in 1996), "Mr.Chen Shui-bian" (the Second elected president of another political party in 2000) and "Mr. Ma Ying-jeou" (also different political parties from the former was elected in 2008), those leaded Taiwan to a peaceful manner to complete the transfer of sovereignty. Taiwan is also towards democratization and national development, citizens have the right to determine the national leaders and the influence of the country in the future.

    In cross-strait relations and national status, the two formers and the current President have their pursuit of the goal so that they affect the development of cross-strait relations of those in power in the different periods of the national status. As opposed Taiwan''s domestic politics was changed by the rotation of those in power of Taiwan''s internal national status. CCP’s policy toward Taiwan is relatively stable since the reform and opening up the spirit of the ultimate reunification of Taiwan remain unchanged. Therefore, this paper will assume that the CCP''s policy toward Taiwan policy guidelines basically unchanged, served as the impact of the democratically elected president of national status for Taiwan''s national identity changes, as well as the Taiwan''s national identity change on cross-strait relations.
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