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    Title: 苗栗縣社區大學客家文化課程推動成效之研究;The Research on the Implementation Effectiveness of Hakka Cultural Courses in Miaoli County Community College
    Authors: 賴玉霞;Yu-Hsia Lai
    Contributors: 客家政治經濟與政策研究所在職碩士專班
    Keywords: 公民社會;社區大學;客家文化課程;終身學習;Civil Society;Lifelong Learning;Hakka Culture Courses;Community College
    Date: 2008-05-16
    Issue Date: 2009-09-22 10:04:00 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學圖書館
    Abstract: 苗栗縣社區大學成立於1999年秋季,是國內第三所、苗栗縣第一所社區大學,以「永續終身學習、厚植公民社會、強化在地關懷」為其發展使命。有鑑於現今年輕人漸漸不諳客語,導致客語日益流失,傳統客家藝術文化亦隨之與常民生活脫離,造成客家文化式微,因此苗栗縣社區大學自開辦至今,多年來不間斷的開設客家文化課程,努力經營提升客家在地文化。 本研究以文獻分析法及深度訪談法為主,針對苗栗社大客家文化課程的籌畫推動單位成員,包括執行單位之苗栗社大校長、執行長、主任秘書,及客家文化課程授課教師、參與客家文化課程之學員,進行深度訪談,旨在探討苗栗縣社區大學客家文化課程之規劃理念、課程現況、課程內涵與客家文化課程在客家公民社會的角色,以了解其成效與影響。 研究發現如下:(1)客家文化課程規劃推動方面:苗栗社大對客家文化之保存與傳承具有使命感,其客家文化課程內容多元,開課程序審慎,計畫周詳,並在教學中融入公民社會理念。 (2)客家文化課程實施方面:課程內容符合需求且具有實用性,課程理論能與實務配合,師生之間、學員之間互動良好,上課時間、地點適切,服務品質深受學員、社區人士肯定。(3)客家文化課程推動成效與影響:學員於課程中積極學習,有助於工作品質的提升,並能充實生活;學員對於客家文化的流失充滿危機意識,在課堂中得到高度的成就感與使命感;客家文化課程是苗栗社大之主力課程,其課程具有指標性,在苗栗社大有心、有目標、有公民社會責任感的培植客家文化傳承人才,並積極尋求支援的情況下,學員能夠熱衷參與學習,使客家文化之傳承漸露曙光。 本研究期望能夠給予政府、苗栗縣社區大學、社大學員與後續研究者反思的參考。此外,亦期盼本研究對提升苗栗縣社區大學、其他社區大學、客家文化推動與執行單位之工作效能有所助益,進而促使一般大眾對客家文化課程,有更深入的瞭解。 Established in autumn of 1999, Miaoli County Community College (MCCC) is the first community college in Miaoli County, and the third in Taiwan. It adopts “Lifelong sustained learning, deep rooted civil society, strengthened local attentiveness” as its mission of development. Due to the gradual attenuate of literacy in the Hakka language among the new generation, Hakka language is becoming a lost art among the youth. This development has in turn caused the detachment of Hakka artistic culture from daily living, and the diminishing of the Hakka Culture. In light of the abovementioned trend, the MCCC has ceaselessly developed courses on Hakka Culture since its establishment, and has reserved no effort in managing the elevation of the local Hakka culture. This research adopts methods of literature analysis and in depth interview. Its subjects are planners and promoters of MCCC Hakka Culture courses, including the Principal, execution officer, chief secretary, and lecturers of Hakka Culture courses from the executive units, as well as students participating in the Hakka Culture courses. In depth interviews are conducted with subjects in order to discover MCCC’s planning ideal, current course status, course contents, as well as the role Hakka Culture courses play in the Hakka community, and thus understand the effectiveness and influence of the Hakka Culture courses. Research findings are as follows: 1. On the formulation and implementation of Hakka Culture courses: MCCC has made the preservation and the passing down of the Hakka culture as its mission. Course planning procedure is circumspect and meticulously detailed, while course contents are diverse with concepts of civil society merged within. 2. On the implementation of Hakka Culture courses: Its course contents balance between theory and practice, which are practical and conform to the needs of the society. The interaction between teachers and students are harmonious, and lecture time, location and service quality are commended by students and community residents alike. 3. On the effectiveness and influence of promoting Hakka Culture Course: Students actively engage in course lessons, which enhance their working quality and fulfills their daily livings; students have heightened sense of accomplishment and duty due to the awakening to the possibility of the disappearance of the Hakka culture. Hakka Culture courses are the backbone of MCCC, and also function as indicators for the school. Under the deliberate and purposeful cultivation, talents with a perceived notion of civic responsibility are nurtured to pass down Hakka culture. The school also enthusiastically seeks for sponsors, and encourages more students to learn with passion, which in turn creates a gleam of hope for the revival of Hakka culture. This research aims to provide an introspective reference to the government, MCCC and its students, and future researchers. In addition, this research also expects to bestead the improvement of working efficiency for the MCCC, other community colleges, Hakka Culture promotion activities, and related execution agencies, so that they would in turn become significant factors in introducing the general public to have deepened understandings of the Hakka Culture courses.
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