Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.
Book — vi, 235 pages ; 25 cm.
Confrontational contestation and democratic compromise : the Sunflower Movement and its aftermath / Brian Christopher Jones and Yen-Tu Su
The right to free assembly and the Sunflower Movement / Wen-Chen Chang
Marching towards constitutionalism with Sunflowers / Jiunn-Rong Yeh
The law and politics of constitutional reform and democratisation in Hong Kong / Albert Chen
Political protest in high-income societies : the case of the occupy central movement in Hong Kong / Fu Hualing
The nomos of Hong Kong's Umbrella movement / Daniel Matthews
Unpopular sovereignty : constitutional identity through the lens of the Sunflower and Umbrella movements / Cheng-Yi Huang
To punish or not to punish : the question of civil disobedience and the Umbrella movement / Chih-Hsing Ho
Dancing with the dragon : closer economic integration with China and deteriorating democracy and rule of law in Taiwan and Hong-Kong? / Chien-Huei Wu
A divided society : Chinese public opinion on resistance movements, democracy, and rule of law / Han Zhu
Democratic political obligation with Chinese characteristics : civic defiance in Taiwan and Hong Kong / Brad Roth
Democracy and constitutionalism in China's shadow : Sunflowers in Taiwan and Umbrellas in Hong Kong / Jacques Delisle.
Rarely do acts of civil disobedience come in such grand fashion as Taiwan's Sunflower Movement and Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement. The two protests came in regions and jurisdictions that many have underestimated as regards furthering notions of political speech, democratisation, and testing the limits of authority. This book breaks down these two movements and explores their complex legal and political significance. The collection brings together some of Asia's, and especially Taiwan and Hong Kong's, most prolific writers, many of whom are internationally recognised experts in their respective fields, to address the legal and political significance of both movements, including the complex questions they posed as regards democracy, rule of law, authority, and freedom of speech. Given that occupational type protests have become a prominent method for protesters to make their cases to both citizens and governments, exploring the legalities of these significant protests and establishing best practices will be important to future movements, wherever they may transpire. With this in mind, the book does not stop at implications for Taiwan and Hong Kong, but talks about its subject matter from a comparative, international perspective. (source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781472486141 20170612
Chu ban. 初版. - Taibei : Zhong yang yan jiu yuan Taiwan shi yan jiu suo, 2015. 臺北 : 中央研究院臺灣史研究所, 2015.
Book — xi, 271 pages ; 24 cm.
Ben shu yi cong "nei di yan chang" dao "zi zhu ji shou", lai quan shi Taiwan cong 19 shi ji mo qi jin de fa lü xian dai hua li cheng, bing ju ti pou xi chu jing guo Zhonghua Minguo fa zhi "qu nei di hua" he "Taiwan hua", yi ji xiang Mei Ri De deng guo yin jin fa zhi yu fa xue hou de "fa zhi xian zhuang" shi shen me, zu gong li ding Taiwan fa lü wei lai fa zhan fang zhen shi can kao.
本書以從"內地延長"到"自主繼受", 來詮釋台灣從19世紀末迄今的法律現代化歷程, 並具體剖析出經過中華民國法制"去內地化"和"台灣化", 以及向美日德等國引進法制與法學後的"法制現狀"是什麼, 足供釐訂台灣法律未來發展方針時參考.