;Taoyuan City has two major characteristics. First, it’s based on the 2016 National Hakka Population and Language Basic Data Survey. The population of Hakka in Taoyuan City is about 850,000, which is the municipality with the largest Hakka population in Taiwan. Second, it’s the "Youth Bureau" establishment of Taoyuan City in 2014. The " Department of Youth Affairs" of the Specialized Office is the first one in Taiwan and it’s still the only one. However, the relevant research on the Hakka policy of Taoyuan City in the past has focused on Hakka cultural policy and Hakka language policy, not on the Hakka youth policy in Taoyuan City. Even if the scope of the study is magnified to the relevant research on the Hakka youth policy in Taiwan, the number is still very small.
Therefore, this paper uses the literature analysis method and the in-depth interview method to disgust, additionally, it uses the multivariate flow theory to design interviews with Dagang and conduct semi-structured interviews, and deeply analyzes the background of the policy of the Hakka youth policy in Taoyuan City, the result how the political power affects the policy generation, and the selection process of the policy plan. Through the research, it draws the collection of problem flow, political flow, and policy flow, that is, it helps us know the opening of the policy window of the Taoyuan Youth Policy in Taoyuan City, and the use of performance theory to implement the Taoist Youth Policy in Taoyuan City. At last, it summarizes the results of policy performance and the benefits generated by the policy, and finally proposing policy recommendations.
The conclusion of this study is that Taoyuan City′s political party rotation has opened the Taoyuan Youth Policy Policy window in Taoyuan City. In the party ideology, it is considered that the DPP, which is more concerned with young people, has obtained Taoyuan′s ruling power. The political flow intervenes in the long-standing problem flow and policy flow. As the policy window is open, and in the performance of the Hakka Youth Policy in Taoyuan City, this study believes that the Department of Youth Affairs still has room for hard working. The main problems are the unclear positioning of the bureau, the vague scope of powers and responsibilities, the lack of basic research on policies, and excessive One-off activities. This study suggests that the Department of Youth Affairs needs to have clear powers, responsibilities and direction, conduct in-depth research on youth affairs, establish a continuous counseling mechanism, provide customized assistance to different youths, and integrate youth policy resources. With the promotion and government performance indicators are added to the social influence, the Youth Responsibility Bureau should be replaced by the Inter-departmental Committee.