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A Correlation Analysis of Civil Culture and Socioeconomic Development in Taiwan
Unformatted Document Text:  11 Reference Almond, G. A., & Verba, S. (1963), the civic culture: Political attitudes and democracy in five nations. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Boulding, E. (1988), Building a Global Civic Culture: education for an interdependent world, Teacher College, Columbia University. Devkota, Surendra R. (2007), Socio-economic Development in Nepal South Asia Economic Journal, Vol. 8, No. 2, 285-315. Gigson, J. L., & Duch, R. M. (1994), postmaterialism and the Emerging Soviet Democracy, Political Research Quarterly, 47 (1):5-39. Guiso, Luigi. Sapienza, Paola and Zingales, Luigi (2006), Does Culture Affect Economic Outcomes?, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 20 (2), 23-48. Inglehart, R. (1997), Modernization and Postmodernization: Cultural, Economic, and Political Change in 43 Societies, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Nie, Norman H., G. Bingham Powell, Jr., and Kenneth Prewitt (1969), "Social Structure and Political Participation: Developmental Relationships, II", The American Political Science Review, Vol. 63, Issue 3(Sep.,), 808-832. Patnam, R. D. (1993), Making Democracy Work: Civic Traditions in Modern Italy, NJ: Princeton University Press. Rice, T. W. & Arnett, Marshall. (2001), Civic Culture and Socioeconomic development in the United States: a view from the states, 1980-1990s, The Social Science Journal 38, pp 39-51. Rice, T. W. & Sumberg, A. F. (1997), Civic Culture and Government Performance in the American States, The Journal of Federalism, 27, pp 99-114. Schneider, Gerald, Plumper, Thomas & Steffen, Baumann (2000), Bringing Putnam to The European Regions, European Urban and Regional Studies, Vol. 7, No. 4, 307-317. Soong, Chu-Yul (1992), Political Development in the Republic of China on Taiwan, 1985-1992: an Insider's View Journal article by James; World Affairs, Vol. 155, 62-65. Yun-han Chu & Jih-wen Lin (2001), Political Development in 20th-Century Taiwan: State-Building, Regime Transformation and the Construction of National Identity, The China Quarterly, 165: 102-129.

Authors: Wang, Ming-Shen. and Liu, Li-Chuan.
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Reference
Almond, G. A., & Verba, S. (1963), the civic culture: Political attitudes and democracy
in five nations. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Boulding, E. (1988), Building a Global Civic Culture: education for an interdependent
world, Teacher College, Columbia University.
Devkota, Surendra R. (2007), Socio-economic Development in Nepal South Asia
Economic Journal, Vol. 8, No. 2, 285-315.
Gigson, J. L., & Duch, R. M. (1994), postmaterialism and the Emerging Soviet
Democracy, Political Research Quarterly, 47 (1):5-39.
Guiso, Luigi. Sapienza, Paola and Zingales, Luigi (2006), Does Culture Affect
Economic Outcomes?, Journal of Economic Perspectives, 20 (2), 23-48.
Inglehart, R. (1997), Modernization and Postmodernization: Cultural, Economic, and
Political Change in 43 Societies, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Nie, Norman H., G. Bingham Powell, Jr., and Kenneth Prewitt (1969), "Social Structure
and Political Participation: Developmental Relationships, II", The American Political
Science Review, Vol. 63, Issue 3(Sep.,), 808-832.
Patnam, R. D. (1993), Making Democracy Work: Civic Traditions in Modern Italy, NJ:
Princeton University Press.
Rice, T. W. & Arnett, Marshall. (2001), Civic Culture and Socioeconomic development
in the United States: a view from the states, 1980-1990s, The Social Science Journal
38, pp 39-51.
Rice, T. W. & Sumberg, A. F. (1997), Civic Culture and Government Performance in
the American States, The Journal of Federalism, 27, pp 99-114.
Schneider, Gerald, Plumper, Thomas & Steffen, Baumann (2000), Bringing Putnam to
The European Regions, European Urban and Regional Studies, Vol. 7, No. 4,
307-317.
Soong, Chu-Yul (1992), Political Development in the Republic of China on Taiwan,
1985-1992: an Insider's View Journal article by James; World Affairs, Vol. 155,
62-65.
Yun-han Chu & Jih-wen Lin (2001), Political Development in 20th-Century Taiwan:
State-Building, Regime Transformation and the Construction of National Identity,
The China Quarterly, 165: 102-129.


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