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Civil Society and Democratization

  • Shiau Chyuan-jenq
Part of the St Antony’s book series

Abstract

Riding on what Samuel Huntington has called the ‘third wave’ of democratization, Taiwan has undergone a major transformation which has resulted in changes in state—society relations, shifts in state policy, and new constitutional and other institutional arrangements. It has also altered the nature and formation of civil society.

Keywords

Foreign Direct Investment Civil Society Social Movement Asian Development Bank Authoritarian Rule 
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