課程資訊
課程名稱
地方治理專題研究
Seminar on Local Governance 
開課學期
109-2 
授課對象
社會科學院  政治學研究所  
授課教師
趙永茂 
課號
PS8521 
課程識別碼
322 D0970 
班次
 
學分
2.0 
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期一6,7(13:20~15:10) 
上課地點
社科研602 
備註
公共行政。
總人數上限:30人
外系人數限制:1人 
Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1092PS8521_ 
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課程概述

1、地方治理的概念與理論的形成背景及治理類型
2、西方地方治理理論與地方治理社會的發展
3、西方地方治理社會結構與運作體系
4、英國地方治理社會的結構與運作個案討論
5、美國地方治理社會的結構與運作個案討論
6、西方地方治理理論與治理社會的反思與批判 

課程目標
待補 
課程要求
(1)閱讀有關講義、文獻
(2)自選三篇文獻作課程上口頭報告
(3)一篇期末報告 
預期每週課後學習時數
 
Office Hours
 
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課程進度
週次
日期
單元主題
第1週
2/22  1. 地方治理的概念與理論的形成背景及治理類型 
第2週
3/01  228連假放假一次 
第3週
3/08  1. 地方治理的概念與理論的形成背景及治理類型
(自第三週(3/8)起同學每週上Ceiba回應上一週上課教材及討論的問題) 
第4週
3/15  1. 地方治理的概念與理論的形成背景及治理類型 
第5週
3/22  2. 西方地方治理理論與地方治理的發展
(自第五週(3/22)起每週進行文獻閱讀報告與討論,每週由一位同學報告一篇)
 
第6週
3/29  2. 西方地方治理理論與地方治理的發展 
第7週
4/05  清明節放假一次 
第8週
4/12  3. 西方地方治理發展與運作機制的反思與批判 
第9週
4/19  3. 西方地方治理發展與運作機制的反思與批判 
第10週
4/26  3. 西方地方治理發展與運作機制的反思與批判 
第11週
5/03  4. 英美地方治理的理論、研究發展趨勢與個案討論 
第12週
5/10  4. 英美地方治理的理論、研究發展趨勢與個案討論 
第13週
5/17  4. 英美地方治理的理論、研究發展趨勢與個案討論 
第14週
5/24  5. 其他國家、地區地方治理論述、研究發展趨勢與個案討論 
第15週
5/31  5. 其他國家、地區地方治理論述、研究發展趨勢與個案討論 
第16週
6/07  期末報告題目大綱討論 
第17週
6/14  端午節放假一次