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Byong-Kuen Jhee Chosun University, Gwangju, South Korea pp. New Challenges for Maturing Democracies in Korea and Taiwan, edited by Diamond and Shin, deals with various obstacles that new democracies are encountering after their democratic transitions, especially in the era of globalization. This book, utilizing a broad, interdisciplinary approach, pays careful attention to post-democratization phenomena and the key issues that arise in maturing democracies. Numerous works deal with political change in the two societies individually, but few adopt a comparative approach-and most focus mainly on the emergence of democracy or the politics of the democratization processes. What emerges is a picture of two evolving democracies, now secure, but still imperfect and at times disappointing to their citizens—a common feature and challenge of democratic maturation. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, the Tong Yang, Korea Foundation, and Korea Stanford Alumni Chair of Korean Studies, and Professor of Sociology at Stanford. At Stanford he teaches courses on democratic development and supervises the democracy program at the Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law.

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Social Welfare Policy; Chapter 8. Chapter 3 shows that party politics in Taiwan has also been strongly influenced by identity politics. Numerous works deal with political change in the two societies individually, but few adopt a comparative approach-and most focus mainly on the emergence of democracy or the politics of the democratization processes. Numerous works deal with political change in the two societies individually, but few adopt a comparative approach—and most focus mainly on the emergence of democracy or the politics of the democratizatio New Challenges for Maturing Democracies in Korea and Taiwan takes a creative and comparative view of the new challenges and dynamics confronting these maturing democracies. Digital Media and the Transformation of Politics in Taiwan -- Chen-Dong Tso; Part Four.

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New Challenges for Maturing Democracies in Korea and Taiwan

new challenges for maturing democracies in korea and taiwan shin gi wook diamond larry

This volume both contributes and moves beyond this focus, looking forward to assess the maturation but also the risks to democracy in both countries. Series Title: Responsibility: edited by Larry Diamond and Gi-Wook Shin. What emerges is a picture of two evolving democracies, now secure, but still imperfect and at times disappointing to their citizens—a common feature and challenge of democratic maturation. Chapters 8 and 9 investigate changes in healthcare policies in Korea and social welfare policies for the elderly in Taiwan. Chapters 4 and 5 examine how digital media has transformed politics in those two East Asian countries.

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new challenges for maturing democracies in korea and taiwan shin gi wook diamond larry

Gi-Wook Shin is the director of the Walter H. China's Rise and Other Global Trends: Implications for Taiwan Democracy -- Richard Bush; Index. This book, utilizing a broad, interdisciplinary approach, pays careful attention to post-democratization phenomena and the key issues that arise in maturing democracies. Chapter 2 explains how the identity politics has emerged after the initial dominance of party politics based on regional animosities in Korea. New Challenges for Maturing Democracies in Korea and Taiwan takes a creative and comparative view of the new challenges and dynamics confronting these maturing democracies. In addition, the Internet allows those who spend much time for the creation of postings on line to have more influence in an election campaign and in social movements, and makes it easy to delegitimize political figures in cyberspace in Taiwan 181—183.

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New Challenges for Maturing Democracies in Korea and Taiwan by Larry Diamond

new challenges for maturing democracies in korea and taiwan shin gi wook diamond larry

Numerous works deal with political change in the two societies individually, but few adopt a comparative approach—and most focus mainly on the emergence of democracy or the politics of the democratization processes. The Aging Society and Social Policy in Taiwan -- Wan-I LinPart Six. As a historical-comparative and political sociologist, his research has concentrated on social movements, nationalism, development, and international relations. Nationalism, Regionalism, and Global Trends; Chapter 10. The way digital media reshaped politics in Taiwan was very similar to that in Korea.

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New Challenges for Maturing Democracies in Korea and Taiwan (Studies of the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia

new challenges for maturing democracies in korea and taiwan shin gi wook diamond larry

This book, utilizing a broad, interdisciplinary approach, pays careful attention to post-democratization phenomena and the key issues that arise in maturing democracies. New Challenges for Maturing Democracies in Korea and Taiwan takes a creative and comparative view of the new challenges and dynamics confronting these maturing democracies. He is also a coordinator of the Hoover Institution's Iran Democracy Project, along with Abbas Milani and Michael McFaul. That is why this book may help to identify problems and solutions for maturing democracies not only in these two East Asian countries, but also in most new democracies around the world. Challenges for the Maturing Taiwan Economy -- Wan-wen Chu; Part Five.

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new challenges for maturing democracies in korea and taiwan shin gi wook diamond larry

Series Title: Responsibility: edited by Larry Diamond and Gi-Wook Shin. Numerous works deal with political change in the two societies individually, but few adopt a comparative approach-and most focus mainly on the emergence of democracy or the politics of the democratization processes. It argues that citizens in those two countries are less supportive of the liberal idea of limited government, and that they have very low trust in representative institutions of democracy. Digital media not only enabled the emergence of alternative sources of political information, a new kind of political participation, and public deliberation, but also increased online censorship by the government in Korea chapter 4. A number of prior studies have utilized the cases of Korea and Taiwan due to their similar experiences, including their rapid economic growth under authoritarian regimes and their paths toward democratic regimes.

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Economic Adaptation to the Global Economy; Chapter 6. New Challenges for Maturing Democracies in Korea and Taiwan takes a creative and comparative view of the new challenges and dynamics confronting these maturing democracies. Trends in Attitudes Toward Democracy in Korea and Taiwan -- Chong-Min Park and Yun-han Chu; Part Two. Although this book does not provide sufficient solutions to every issue discussed here, it is certain that, at least, it may provide important clues to the distinctive post-democratization politics with neoliberal reforms in new democracies. Before coming to Stanford, Shin taught at the University of Iowa and the University of California, Los Angeles. This volume both contributes and moves beyond this focus, looking forward to assess the maturation but also the risks to democracy in both countries. Comparing these two Confucian countries with those in the long-democratic West, it also confirms their maturity as democracies and as civilized nations, and thereby disputes the age-old Asian Values thesis that liberal democracy is not suitable for Confucian Asian countries.

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