Taiwan's Modernization: Americanization And Modernizing Confucian Manifestations

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World Scientific, 14 ביולי 2003 - 236 עמודים
This book is part of a broad examination of Confucianism and its implications for modernization of the Confucian regions (covering mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Vietnam, Japan, South Korea, North Korea, and Singapore). It is mainly concerned with the industrialization and modernization of Taiwan. To help readers understand the process of modernization, the book provides an introduction to the history of Taiwan and to Confucianism and its modern implications. As far as social and economic principles are concerned, Taiwan's modernization is, according to the author, characterized by Americanization and modernizing Confucian manifestations. The book demonstrates that Taiwan has actually provided an important case study not only for the capitalist spirit of overseas Chinese, but also for possible implications of Confucianism for modernization. The unique character of this book is that in explaining Taiwan's modernization, it deals not only with economic and social issues, but also examines the philosophical foundations, an endeavor which no other author has systematically made before.
 

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1 Introduction
1
2 History Before 1945
20
3 Government and Democratization
39
4 Education Science and Technology
80
5 The Economic Miracle
117
6 Uncertain Future
170
Bibliography
193
Index
205
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