Format of Notes and References

  1. The format of the main text
    1. Sub-headings
      Sub-headings should be listed in the following sequence:
      「Ι.  A.  (A) 1.  (1)  a.  (a)」
    2. Quotation of sources
      1. When directly quoting sentences, use double quotation marks “ ”.
      2. When quoting a source that is quoting another source, or quoting in specific conditions, use single quotation marks ‘’.
    3. Citation of sources
      1. Please put the author’s name, year of publication (A.D.), pages or chapters appropriately in the text. If Chinese and 
        English appear at the same time, then Chinese should be first, then English. The page numbers should be abbreviated, such as 
        11-12, 22-25, 174-78, 1106-09. Use a dash in continuous page numbers; use a comma in discontinuous page numbers.
        Example: (Dahl 1956, 100-05) 
                       (King, Keohane, and Verba 1994, 21-23) 
                       (Mak 2000, 50-53; Sappiah 1996, 54, 92, 105; Chew 1994, 934)
      2. If the author is already mentioned in the text, just add year of publication and pages (or chapters) after the author’s name.
        Example: Dahl (1956, 100-05)
  2. References
    All references should be arranged in alphabetical order. If there are multiple works from the same author, list the sources chronologically by year. If the same author has works published in the same year being cited, please add the letters “a,” “b,” “c” . . . after the year.
    Examples:
    1. Journal article
      Dornbusch, Rudi. 1976. “Expectations and Exchange Rate Dynamics.” Journal of Political Economy 84 (1): 1061-76.
    2. Article in an edited book 
      Ostrom, Elinor, and James Walker. 1997. “Neither Markets nor States: Linking Transformation Processes in Collective 
              Action Arenas.” In Perspectives on Public Choice: A Handbook, ed. Dennis C. Mueller. New York, NY: Cambridge 
              University Press. Cox, Gary W., and Samuel Kernell. 1991. “Introduction: Governing a Divided Era.” In The Politics of
              Divided Government
      , eds.Gary W. Cox and Samuel Kernell. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
    3. Conference paper
      Hall, Bronwyn H. 1984. “The Manufacturing Sector Master File: 1959-1987.” NBER Working Paper, No. 3366. 
              Ghobarah, Hazem, Paul Huth, Bruce Russett, and Gary King. 2001. “The Comparative Political Economy of Human 
              Misery and Well-Being.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, San 
              Francisco, CA.
    4. Dissertation
      Wu, Nai-teh. 1987. The Politics of a Regime Patronage System: Mobilization and Control within an Authoritarian 
              Regime
      . Ph. D.diss. University of Chicago. 
    5. Book
      Taylor, Michael. 1987. The Possibility of Cooperation. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press
    6. Newspaper article
      Chen, Xiao-ping. 2007. “Still ‘Despise’ the Strength of Deep-green Supporters.” United Daily News (March 7).
    7. Translated book
      Rehg, William. 1996. Between Facts and Norms: Contribution to A Discourse Theory of Law and Democracy. 
              Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. Translated from Jürgen Habermas. 1992. Faktizität und Geltung. Suhrkamp Verlag,
              Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
    8. Electronic sources
      Cheibub, Jose Antonio, Adam Przeworski, and Sebastian Saiegh. 2002. “Government Coalitions and Legislative 
              Effectiveness under Presidentialism and Parliamentarism.”http://www.yale.edu/las/conference/papers/cheibub.pdf 
              (March 13, 2002).
    9. National science council research project
      Huang, Chi. 2005.A Four-year Research Plan on the Survey of Taiwan’s Election and Democratization, 2005-2008 (1):
              The Interview Survey of County Magistrate/ City Mayor Election in 2005. 
      National Science Council Research 
              Project. Project number: NSC 94-2420-H004-008-SSS. Taipei: National Science Council.