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|Other Titles:||A Study of Ideal Citizenship: The Case of Taiwan|
Department of Civil Education and Leadership, NTNU
Citzenship is the basis for democratic system, particulary in Taiwan. In the past decade, Taiwan has made great progress in establishing democratic system, however, it still hasn't created a healthy civil society. The purpose of this aritcle were to discern the substance and characteristics of ideal citizenship in the case of Taiwan through literature review, focus symposium and Delphi technique. The results of this paper were as follows: 1. Ideal citizenship should integrate the principles of liberalism, republicanism, communitarianism, and multiculturalism. 2. Ideal citizenship encompasses many facets, including a person's relationships to himself/herself, to others, to society, to the state, to the world, and to ecology. In other words, Taiwan's model citizens are self-disciplined, social aware, having rights and obligations to society, the nation and the world, and as well as being ecologically minded. 3. Ideal citizenship includes civic knowledge, civic virtues and civic participation. Civic knowledge comprises politics, economics, law, sociology, culture and ethics... etc.. Civic virtues comprise justice, honesty, tolerance and caring... etc.. Civic participation comprises communication, reflective thinking, cooperation with others and charity etc.. Finally, the examination the perspective of ideal citizenship reveals a citizen that is cognitive, emotional and active; possessing traditional Confucian virtues and universal values; both for general and professional life with a local as well as global viewpoints.
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