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論文名稱(外文):The Relationship between Relative Income and Civic Participation
指導教授(外文):CHANG, WEN-CHUN
外文關鍵詞:civic participationassociation participationrelative incomesocial capital
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Taiwan is a society of liberal democracy as well as diversity; however, the uncertainty and the lack of security are both suppressed with the rising income inequality. Meanwhile, the pattern of civic participation is substantially altered by the increasing inequality.
The study investigates the relationship between relative income and various types of civic participation with the data drawn from 2003 Survey on Social Development Trends (SSDT) and 2007 Taiwan Social Change Survey (TSCS).
The results indicate that a positive relation between relative income and citizen participation is documented in a general phenomenon for Taiwanese citizens. Specifically, the higher relative income is possessed, the more active of citizen participation would be, whereas the inferior relative income being obtained, the less of civic participation. These probably result from the sense of estrangement from society. Therefore, how to encourage the civic participation for people with a lower level of relative income becomes an important policy issue. Hence, appropriate subsidization along with assistance for whom with relative lower income could be provided by government in order to minimize the cost of civic participation.

第一章 緒論 1
第一節 研究背景與動機 1
第二節 研究目的 7
第三節 研究方法與架構 9
第二章 文獻回顧 10
第一節 所得不均對社會層面的影響 10
第二節 所得不均對政治層面的影響 15
第三節 何謂社會資本 17
第三節 社會資本與公民參與之關係 18
第五節 小結 20
第三章 理論基礎與實證模型 21
第一節 理論基礎來源 21
第二節 實證模型與設立 26
第四章 資料來源與變數分析 28
第一節 資料來源與說明 28
第二節 變數定義與分析 30
第三節 敘述統計 34
第五章 實證結果分析 38
第一節 相對所得位置分析 38
第二節 個人社會經濟特性分析 40
第六章 結論與建議 47
第一節 結論 48
第二節 建議 50
參考文獻 52

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