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A Correlation Analysis of Civil Culture and Socioeconomic Development in Taiwan
Unformatted Document Text:  9 development influence socioeconomic development. In model 3 and 4, the same effect of civic culture is still influence civic culture. This result appears to be that civic culture in the 1983 influenced culture in the 1993, but it had no effect on socioeconomic development ( β=0.966, p=0.007 ). Also socioeconomic development in the 1983 influenced socioeconomic development in the 1993( β=0.348, p=0.030 ), but it had no effect on socioeconomic development. And In model 3, civic culture in the 1993 influenced culture in the 2003, but it had no effect on socioeconomic development ( β=1.065, p=0.019 ). It is worth noting that it s statistically insignificant in model 4. Table 3 Civic Culture and Socioeconomic Development Independent Variable Dependent Variable Unstandardized coefficient(B) standardized coefficient( β) Civic culture in 1993 0.874 0.966** 1 Civic culture in 1983 SocioeconomicDevelopment in 1993 -0.165 -0.443 Civic culture in 1993 -0.391 -0.238 2 SocioeconomicDevelopment in1983 SocioeconomicDevelopment in 1983 1.350 0.348* Civic culture in 2003 1.065 0.937* 3 Civic culture in 1993 SocioeconomicDevelopment in 2003 -0.123 -0.257 Civic culture in 2003 -0.815 -0.295 4 SocioeconomicDevelopment in1993 SocioeconomicDevelopment in 2003 -0.904 -0.119 *p<0.05 **p<0.01 As we mentioned above, Putnam (1993) reported that the geographic distribution of civic culture has remained roughly the same for 100 years and that civic culture can explain its relationship with socioecomic development at the turn of the century. Rice & Sumberg (1997) demonstrated that indices of contemporary civic culture and government performance are strongly correlated. Inglehart (1997) examine the relation between civic culture, socioecomomic development and government performance. Rice & Arnett (2001) constructed the indices of civic culture and socioecomomic development of 1880, 1930 and 1980, findings show that civic culture do influence socioecomomic development far more significant than the other way around.

Authors: Wang, Ming-Shen. and Liu, Li-Chuan.
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development influence socioeconomic development. In model 3 and 4, the same effect
of civic culture is still influence civic culture.
This result appears to be that civic culture in the 1983 influenced culture in the
1993, but it had no effect on socioeconomic development (
β=0.966, p=0.007
). Also
socioeconomic development in the 1983 influenced socioeconomic development in the
1993(
β=0.348, p=0.030
), but it had no effect on socioeconomic development. And In
model 3, civic culture in the 1993 influenced culture in the 2003, but it had no effect on
socioeconomic development (
β=1.065, p=0.019
). It is worth noting that it s statistically
insignificant in model 4.
Table 3 Civic Culture and Socioeconomic Development
Independent Variable
Dependent Variable
Unstandardized
coefficient(B)
standardized
coefficient(
β)
Civic culture in 1993
0.874
0.966**
1
Civic culture in 1983
Socioeconomic
Development in 1993
-0.165
-0.443
Civic culture in 1993
-0.391
-0.238
2
Socioeconomic
Development in
1983
Socioeconomic
Development in 1983
1.350
0.348*
Civic culture in 2003
1.065
0.937*
3
Civic culture in 1993
Socioeconomic
Development in 2003
-0.123
-0.257
Civic culture in 2003
-0.815
-0.295
4
Socioeconomic
Development in
1993
Socioeconomic
Development in 2003
-0.904
-0.119
*p<0.05
**p<0.01
As we mentioned above, Putnam (1993) reported that the geographic distribution
of civic culture has remained roughly the same for 100 years and that civic culture can
explain its relationship with socioecomic development at the turn of the century. Rice &
Sumberg (1997) demonstrated that indices of contemporary civic culture and
government performance are strongly correlated. Inglehart (1997) examine the relation
between civic culture, socioecomomic development and government performance. Rice
& Arnett (2001) constructed the indices of civic culture and socioecomomic
development of 1880, 1930 and 1980, findings show that civic culture do influence
socioecomomic development far more significant than the other way around.


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