Chapters in Edited Volumes

  • 34. Public perceptions of a divided Myanmar: Findings from the 2015 Myanmar Asian Barometer Survey

    34. Public perceptions of a divided Myanmar: Findings from the 2015 Myanmar Asian Barometer Survey

    Bridget Welsh and Kai-Ping Huang.2016.

    Author: Bridget Welsh and Kai-Ping Huang.2016.


    In Conflict in Myanmar : War, Politics, Religion.2016. Singapore: ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute.

  • 33. Political Identities, Engagement and Voting in Singapore’s 2015 Election

    33. Political Identities, Engagement and Voting in Singapore’s 2015 Election

    Bridget Welsh.2016.

    Author: Bridget Welsh.2016.


    In Terence Lee and Kevin YL Tan, Change in Voting: Singapore’s 2015 General Election.2016. Singapore: Ethos.

  • 32. Strengthening Constitutionalism

    32. Strengthening Constitutionalism

    Yun-han Chu.2016.

    Author: Yun-han Chu.2016.


    In Yun-han Chu, Larry Diamond, and Kharis Templeman (Eds.) Taiwan's Democracy Challenged: The Chen Shui-bian Years. Boulder, CO: Lynn Rienner.2016.

  • 31.Polarized Politics and Support for Democracy

    31.Polarized Politics and Support for Democracy

    Chu, Yun-han, Min-Hua Huang, and Yu-Tzung Chang.2016.

    Author: Chu, Yun-han, Min-Hua Huang, and Yu-Tzung Chang.2016.


    In Yun-han Chu, Larry Diamond, and Kharis Templeman (Eds.) Taiwan's Democracy Challenged: The Chen Shui-bian Years.2016. Boulder, CO: Lynn Rienner.

  • 30. Polarized Politics, Government Legitimacy, and Democratic Legitimacy in Taiwan

    30. Polarized Politics, Government Legitimacy, and Democratic Legitimacy in Taiwan

    Huang, Min-Hua. 2016.

    Author: Huang, Min-Hua. 2016.


     In Melissa Williams, Joseph Chan, and Doh Shin (Eds.)East Asian Perspectives on Political Legitimacy:Bridging the Empirical-Normative Divide,  New York: Cambridge University Press. Nov, 2016.

  • 29. China:The Impact of Modernization and Liberalization on Democratic Attitudes

    29. China:The Impact of Modernization and Liberalization on Democratic Attitudes

    Huang, Min-Hua, Yun-han Chu, and Cao Yongrong. 2016.

    Author: Huang, Min-Hua, Yun-han Chu, and Cao Yongrong. 2016.


     In David Denemark, Robert Mattes, and Richard Niemi (Eds.) Growing Up Democratic: Does It Make a Difference?, Boulder, CO: Lynn Rienner. Aug, 2016.

  • 28. Signaling Peace: A Theory of ECFA and Peace Dividend Beyond the Taiwan Strait

    28. Signaling Peace: A Theory of ECFA and Peace Dividend Beyond the Taiwan Strait

    Hans-Hanpu Tung and Yun-han Chu. 2015.

    Author: Hans-Hanpu Tung and Yun-han Chu. 2015.


    Taiwan and The 'China Impact': Challenges and Opportunities (Routledge Research on Taiwan Series) by Gunter Schubert (Editor).Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge.

  • 27. Unraveling the Enigma of East Asian Economic Resiliency: The Case of Taiwan

    27. Unraveling the Enigma of East Asian Economic Resiliency: The Case of Taiwan

    Yun-han Chu. 2015.

    Author: Yun-han Chu. 2015.


    Two Crises, Different Outcomes: East Asia and Global Finance by T. J. Pempel and Keiichi Tsunekawa. Cornell University Press

  • 26. Digital Media and Transformation of Politics in Taiwan.

    26. Digital Media and Transformation of Politics in Taiwan.

    Chen-dong Tso. 2014.

    Author: Chen-dong Tso. 2014.


    in Larry Diamond and Gi Wook Shin eds., New Challenges for Maturing Democracies in Korea and Taiwan, California: Stanford University.

  • 25. Trends in Attitudes Toward Democracy in Korea and Taiwan

    25. Trends in Attitudes Toward Democracy in Korea and Taiwan

    Chong-min Park and Yun-han Chu. 2014

    Author: Chong-min Park and Yun-han Chu. 2014


    New Challenges for Maturing Democracies in Korea and Taiwan by Larry Diamond (Editor), Gi-Wook Shin (Editor). Stanford University Press.

  • 24. Cosenting to Lose or Expecting to Win? Inter-temporal Changes in Voters’ Winner–Loser Status and Satisfaction with Democracy.”

    24. Cosenting to Lose or Expecting to Win? Inter-temporal Changes in Voters’ Winner–Loser Status and Satisfaction with Democracy.”

    Eric C C Chang ,Yun-han Chu and Wen-chin Wu. 2014.

    Author: Eric C C Chang ,Yun-han Chu and Wen-chin Wu. 2014.


    Elections and Democracy: Representation and Accountability by J.J. A. Thomassen. New York: Oxford University Press.

  • 23. The Two Turnovers in South Korea and Taiwan.

    23. The Two Turnovers in South Korea and Taiwan.

    Yun-han Chu and Hyug Baeg Im. 2013.

    Author: Yun-han Chu and Hyug Baeg Im. 2013.


    In Democracy in East Asia.: A New Century. The Jogns Hopkins University Press and the National Endowment for Democracy, 2013. pp. 105-129.

  • 22. China and the Taiwan Factor.

    22. China and the Taiwan Factor.

    Yun-han Chu. 2013.

    Author: Yun-han Chu. 2013.


    In Democracy in East Asia.: A New Century. The Jogns Hopkins University Press and the National Endowment for Democracy, 2013. pp. 90-104.

  • 21. Regime Performance and Democratic Legitimacy.

    21. Regime Performance and Democratic Legitimacy.

    Chong-Min Park and Yu-tzung Chang. 2013.

    Author: Chong-Min Park and Yu-tzung Chang. 2013.


    In Democracy in East Asia.: A New Century. The Jogns Hopkins University Press and the National Endowment for Democracy, 2013. pp. 48-71.

  • 20.Globalized Public Opinion Data: International Comparative Surveys and Regional Barometers.

    20.Globalized Public Opinion Data: International Comparative Surveys and Regional Barometers.

    Marta Lagos and Yun-han Chu. 2013.

    Author: Marta Lagos and Yun-han Chu. 2013.


    In Bob Reinalda, ed. Routledge Handbook of International Organization, 80-93.

  • 19. Confucianism and Democratization in East Asia

    19. Confucianism and Democratization in East Asia

    Doh Chull Shin. 2011.

    Author: Doh Chull Shin. 2011.


    New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

  • 18. Why Is the Quality of Democracy in East Asia Low? An Analysis of Data from the Second Wave of the Asian Barometer Survey.

    18. Why Is the Quality of Democracy in East Asia Low? An Analysis of Data from the Second Wave of the Asian Barometer Survey.

    Yu-tzung Chang and Yun-han Chu.2011.

    Author: Yu-tzung Chang and Yun-han Chu.2011.


    In Xunda Yu and Szue-chin Philip Hsu. Democracy, Democratization, and Governance Performance, Zhejiang University press, 2011. pp. 38-66.

  • 17. Taiwan’s Struggling Democracies.

    17. Taiwan’s Struggling Democracies.

    Yun-han Chu. 2009.

    Author: Yun-han Chu. 2009.


    In Hee Yeon Cho, Lawrence Surendra, Eunhong Park eds. States of Democracy: Oligarchic Democracies and Asian Democratization, Mumbai: Earthworm Books, 2009.

  • 16. Quality of Political Choice and Popular Orientation toward Democracy.

    16. Quality of Political Choice and Popular Orientation toward Democracy.

    Eric Chang and Yun-han Chu. 2009.

    Author: Eric Chang and Yun-han Chu. 2009.


    In James Meernik and Phil Paolino eds. Democratization in Taiwan: Challenges in Transformation, Ashgate Press, 2009.

  • 15. Democratization in Asia.

    15. Democratization in Asia.

    Doh Chull Shin. 2009.

    Author: Doh Chull Shin. 2009.


    In Democratization. Christian Haerpfer et al. Oxford University Press, 2009. pp. 356-376.

  • 14. Authoritarian Nostalgia in Asia.

    14. Authoritarian Nostalgia in Asia.

    Yu-tzung Chang, Yun-han Chu, and Chong-Min Park. 2008.

    Author: Yu-tzung Chang, Yun-han Chu, and Chong-Min Park. 2008.


    In How People View Democracy. Larry Diamond and Marc F. Plattner. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008. pp. 74-88.

  • 13. Public Opinion and Democratic Legitimacy.

    13. Public Opinion and Democratic Legitimacy.

    Yun-han Chu, Michael Bratton, Marta Lagos, Sandeep Shastri, and Mark Tessler. 2008.

    Author: Yun-han Chu, Michael Bratton, Marta Lagos, Sandeep Shastri, and Mark Tessler. 2008.


    In Larry Diamond and Marc Plattner eds. How People View Democracy. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008. pp. 31-44.

  • 12. How People Understand Democracy.

    12. How People Understand Democracy.

    Russell J.Dalton , Doh Chull Shin, and Willy Jou. 2008.

    Author: Russell J.Dalton , Doh Chull Shin, and Willy Jou. 2008.


    In How People View Democracy. Larry Diamond and Marc F. Plattner. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008. pp. 1-15.

  • 11. Different Survey Modes and International Comparisons.

    11. Different Survey Modes and International Comparisons.

    Yang-chih Fu and Yun-han Chu. 2008.

    Author: Yang-chih Fu and Yun-han Chu. 2008.


    In Wolfgang Dornbach and Michael Traugott eds, The Sage Handbook of Public Opinion Research. Sage, 2008. pp. 284-293.

  • 10. Taiwan and China’s Democratic Future: Can the Tail Wag the Dog?

    10. Taiwan and China’s Democratic Future: Can the Tail Wag the Dog?

    Yun-han Chu. 2008.

    Author: Yun-han Chu. 2008.


    In Cheng Li ed. Changes in China’s Political Landscape: The 17th Party Congress and Beyond. Brookings Institution, 2008.

  • 9. The Evolution of Political Values.

    9. The Evolution of Political Values.

    Yun-han Chu. 2008.

    Author: Yun-han Chu. 2008.


    In Larry Diamond and Bruce Gilley eds. Political Change in China: Comparison with Taiwan, Lynne Reinner Publishers, 2008.

  • 8. Taiwan and China’s Democratic Future: Can the Tail Wag the Dog?

    8. Taiwan and China’s Democratic Future: Can the Tail Wag the Dog?

    Yun-han Chu. 2008.

    Author: Yun-han Chu. 2008.


    in Cheng Li ed. The Changes in China’s Political Landscape. Brookings Institution, 2008.

  • 7. The Evolution of Political Values.

    7. The Evolution of Political Values.

    Yun-han Chu. 2008.

    Author: Yun-han Chu. 2008.


    In Larry Diamond and Bruce Gilley eds. Political Change in China: Lessons from Taiwan, Lynne Reinner Publishers, 2008.

  • 6. Democratization: Perspectives from Global Citizenries.

    6. Democratization: Perspectives from Global Citizenries.

    Shin, Doh Chull. 2007.

    Author: Shin, Doh Chull. 2007.


    In The Oxford Handbook of Political Behavior. Russell Dalton and Hans-Dieter Klingemann, eds. Oxford University Press, 2007. pp. 259-282.

  • 5. Navigating in between China and America: Taiwan’s Politics of Identity.

    5. Navigating in between China and America: Taiwan’s Politics of Identity.

    Yun-han Chu. 2007.

    Author: Yun-han Chu. 2007.


    In Byung-Kook Kim ed. Power and Security in Northeast Asia: Shifting Strategies. Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2007.

  • 4. The People's Voice: Trust in Political Institutions.

    4. The People's Voice: Trust in Political Institutions.

    Michael Bratton, Yun-han Chu, Marta Lagos, and Richard Rose. 2005.

    Author: Michael Bratton, Yun-han Chu, Marta Lagos, and Richard Rose. 2005.


    In Ten Years of Supporting Democracy Worldwide. Stockholm: International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance. (http://www.idea.int/publications/anniversary/index.cfm)

  • 3. Comparative Case Studies. South Korea and Taiwan.

    3. Comparative Case Studies. South Korea and Taiwan.

    Yun-han Chu and Doh Chull Shin.

    Author: Yun-han Chu and Doh Chull Shin.


    In Assessing the Quality of Democracy eds. Larry Diamond and Leonardo Morlino. Johns Hopkins University Press, pp. 188-212.

  • 2. The Development of Public Opinion Survey and Democratization in Taiwan.

    2. The Development of Public Opinion Survey and Democratization in Taiwan.

    Yun-han Chu and Yutzung Chang. 2004.

    Author: Yun-han Chu and Yutzung Chang. 2004.


    In John Gray Geer ed. Public Opinion and Polling around the World: A Historical Encyclopedia, New York: ABC-Clio Inc, 2004.

  • 1. Culture Shift and Regime Legitimacy: Comparing Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.

    1. Culture Shift and Regime Legitimacy: Comparing Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.

    Yun-han Chu and Yu-tzung Chang. 2001.

    Author: Yun-han Chu and Yu-tzung Chang. 2001.


    In Chinese Political Culture 1898-2000 ed. Hua Shiping. New York: M. E. Sharpe, 2001.

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