|Name:||Liao Tsung-Han 廖崇翰|
|Home Institiution:||Election Study Center of National Chengchi University, Taiwan|
|Duration of Stay:||October 15 to November 15, 2021|
Tsung-Han is postdoctoral research fellow of the Election Study Center at National Chengchi University (Taiwan). He received a Ph.D. in Political Science at National Chengchi University in 2019. When he was in the doctoral class, he participated in various large-scale investigation and research projects at the Election Study Center. The process of cooperation with interviewers, supervisors and project plan executives was an excellent practical experience. In his research, Dr. Liao focuses on political psychology, political socialization and research methods. He is interested in how voters' and students’ political participation such as demonstrations affect their vote choices. His most recent research studies the relationship between voter’s personality traits and their party preference.
Tsung-Han, Liao and Chen Lu-huei. “Personality Traits, Interest, and Partisanship: An Analysis of Sunflower Movement among College Students in Taiwan.” Taiwanese Political Science Review. Forthcoming.
Tsung-Han, Liao. 2021. “Personality Traits and Attention to Political News: 2020 Presidential Election in Taiwan.” In 2020 Presidential Election: The Beginning of a New Era, ed. Chen Lu-huei. Taipei: Wunam.
Tsung-han Liao. 2020. “Personality Traits and Attention to Political News: 2020 Presidential Election in Taiwan.” Presented at Conference of Taiwanese Political Science Association Annual Meeting 2020. December 5-6, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
Chen, Lu-huei (陳陸輝), Tsung-han Liao, and Chia-hung Tsai (蔡佳泓). 2018. "Personality and Political Participation in Taiwan." Presented at International Conference of Asian Electoral Studies 2018, October 26-27, 2018, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan.