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The Judiciary and Public Support:Public Attitudes toward the Judicial System in Taiwan

In a democracy, any given governmental branch needs public support for the fundamentals of institutional legitimacy, and the judiciary is no exception.  This study examines the popular views and evaluations of the judicial system in Taiwan.  I employ the “2003 Taiwan Election and Democratization Study: Democratization and Political Transition” (TEDS 2003) survey date to assess the public’s attitudes toward courts and other political institutions, and thereupon the factors influencing public support for the judicial system.  Methodologically, the judicial evaluations are classified into four

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