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|Title:||The Spiral of Deinstitutionalization Untangled: An Observation about the Field Opinion within Kuomintang against Public Opinion during the 2016 Presidential Election Campaign|
TAN, ALEXANDER C.
LIU, FRANK C. S.
|Keywords:||Deinstitutionalization;KMT;public opinion;party politics|
|Issue Date:||2018-11-22 16:49:55 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract:||As political scientists start applying the complex-system approach to study party politics and as business scholars start to apply communication theories to study deinstitutionalization, we prospect a new possibility to study and explain politics within a political party. This study employs a systematically collected field observation data to evaluate Clemente and Roulet’s (2015) “the spiral of deinstitutionalization” framework. Based on analysis of news events and internal reports within Kuomintang from April 20 to October 17, 2015, we believe that this framework facilitates explanation about how the decision of nominating Hung Hsiu-Chu as the party’s first female presidential candidate was replaced three months before the Election Day. We interpret the whole story and provide details that contribute to enriching the framework for future organizational and political party research.|
|Relation:||Issues & Studies, Vol.53, No.2, pp.25-44|
|Appears in Collections:||[Department of Political Science ] Periodical Articles|
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