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    Title: 族群政治對客家社會影響之研究:以制度安排為中心-客家文化重點發展區中行政機關推動參與式預算之微型政治研究;Micro-Politics Study for Participatory Budgeting of Administrative Agency in Major Hakka Cultural Areas
    Authors: 孫煒
    Contributors: 國立中央大學法律與政府研究所
    Keywords: 客家文化重點發展區;微型政治;參與式預算;Major Hakka Cultural Development Area;micro-politics;participatory budgeting
    Date: 2020-01-13
    Issue Date: 2020-01-13 14:26:21 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 科技部
    Abstract: 近年來,我國在六個直轄市推動的參與式預算是最受矚目的民主創新之舉,其中桃園市是最能反映族群政治對於公民參與之影響的地方政府。本計畫採取質性的貫時性多重個案研究設計,將以三年為期,探討行政機關在桃園市的代表性客家社區,在客家文化重點發展區中行政機關推動參與式預算的微型政治動態。具體而言,本計畫將針對代表性社區之中與參與式預算相關的政治行動者的「集體知識」與「實踐」進行經驗研究,將選定在「近山客家」楊梅區的富岡社區、「濱海客家」新屋區的永興社區以及「都會客家」平鎮區的高連社區,運用深入訪談以及參與觀察收集經驗性資料,分析地方行政機關、市議會、區公所、基層公民、宗親、政黨/派系、產業/商家、里長、仕紳/文史工作者、公民團體等政治行動者,在推動參與式預算的實踐場域之中,根據自身的集體知識所作的政治決策,並詮釋各類政治行動者在不同參與式預算的推動階段中的實踐。本計畫的學理目標是透過比較三種地理特性之客家社區的微型政治動態,提出「客家參與式基層共生理論」,營造客家族群的場域精神,成為解決客家社區的現存問題與未來挑戰的論述基礎;實踐目標是經由微型政治場域的經驗研究所提出的程序設計與制度安排,將參與式預算精煉成為將民主精神與公民意識紮根於客家基層的政策工具。 ;Participatory budgeting promoted by six municipalities in Taiwan in recent years is a democratic innovation that has caught attention. In particular, Taoyuan City is the local government best capable of reflecting the impact of ethnic politics on citizen participation. This project adopted the qualitative longitudinal multiple case study to explore the micro-politics dynamics of participatory budgeting promoted by administrative agencies in representative Hakka communities in Taoyuan City in three years, with a focus on Major Hakka Cultural Development Areas. Specifically, this project carried out an empirical study targeting the “collective knowledge” and “practice” of participatory budgeting related political actors in representative Hakka communities. The Fukang Community in mountain Hakka areas, Yunghsing Community in marina Hakka areas, and Kaolian Community in urban Hakka areas were selected. In-depth interviews and participant observation were employed to collect empirical data, analyze local administrative agencies, city councils, district offices, neighborhood civilians, clans, political parties/factions, industries/merchants, village chiefs, gentries/cultural and historical workers, civic groups, and other political actors regarding participatory budget promotion practice domains where political decisions are made according to their own collective knowledge, and interpret the various types of political actors’ practices in different stages of participatory budgeting. In this project, the theoretical goal is to propose the “Hakka Participatory Neighborhood Symbiosis Theory” through a comparison of the micro-politics dynamics of Hakka communities featuring three types of geographical characteristics in order to create the spirit of the domain of Hakka ethnic groups, which shall serve as the basis discourse on resolving Hakka communities’ existing problems and future challenges. The practice goal is to refine participatory budgeting into a policy tool for the spirit of democracy and civic awareness to take root among the Hakka neighborhoods through the procedural design and institutional arrangement put forward by micro-politics domain related empirical studies.
    Relation: 財團法人國家實驗研究院科技政策研究與資訊中心
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