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Title: 台灣高等教育入學公平性之利害關係人分析
Stakeholder Analysis of Higher Education Admission Equity in Taiwan
Authors: 曾於萱
Tzean, Yu-Shien (Bess)
Contributors: 陳敦源
Chen, Don-Yun
Tzean, Yu-Shien (Bess)
Keywords: 高教入學政策
higher education admission
strategic policies
preferential treatment policy
stakeholder analysis
Date: 2019
Abstract: Abstract

This study investigates the transformation, paradigm shifts, and strategic policy making involved in Taiwan’s higher education system along a two-decade historical continuum. By utilizing a value-based, conceptual stakeholder framework, this study weaves through the intricacy and multiplicity of the ideological evolution of Taiwan’s higher education admission policy planning and implementation of multiple admission schemes from a sociopolitical, socioeconomic, and sociocultural perspective. The findings suggest that the notions of diversity, equity, and inclusivity have manifested into four current unique and embracive admission channels. Further, the study describes the advantages of a working relationship between main strategic players, government agencies, and higher education institutions for a diverse range of policy initiatives in meeting equity-relevant challenges. The research also demonstrated that Taiwan’s higher education system, with its present liberal and encompassing definition of fairness and equity, as well as proactive government policies with preferential considerations, has yet to withstand the multifarious public opinions. Overall, the study confirms the positive direction of Taiwan’s higher education admission system in screening and selecting students from diverse backgrounds toward the synergetic goals of economic development and upward social mobility ideals.
Description: 博士
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