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Title: The Changing Role of the Institute of International Relations in Taiwan’s China Studies: Trajectories and Dynamics
Authors: 寇健文
Kou, Chien-wen
Contributors: 政治系
Keywords: institute of international relations (IIR);China studies;think tanks;cross-Strait relations;democratization
Date: 2014.03
Issue Date: 2014-07-31 12:15:18 (UTC+8)
Abstract: In the past six decades, Taiwan 50 China studies have undergone a gradual shift from a focus on policy analysis and political indoctrination to one that is centered on scholarly research with policy analysis as its secondary aim. During this process, the role of the IIR has shifted from that of a government think tank, monopolizing China studies and serving the top brass jointly with other state-dominated research units, to a competitor f or academic achievement and policy influence in a pluralistic academic and political market. This article will examine this marked transition across three dimensions: the IIR's relationship with the state, the educational backgrounds of IIR research fellows, and the editorial policy of major IIR journals. This article argues that the dynamics of such a transformation come from generational replacements of scholars on the one hand, and the amelioration of cross-Taiwan Strait relations and political and educational developments in Taiwan on the other.
Relation: Issues & Studies, 50(1), 9-53
Data Type: article
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