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    Title: 文化展示與客家論述:以苗栗客家文化園區為例;Cultural Expression and Hakka Cultural Depictions: Examination Focusing on the Miaoli Hakka Cultural Park
    Authors: 羅郁瑛;Lo,Yu-ying
    Contributors: 客家社會文化研究所
    Keywords: 苗栗客家文化園區;客家文化;文化展示;客家論述;Miaoli Hakka Cultural Park;Hakka culture;cultural expression;Hakka cultural depiction
    Date: 2014-07-18
    Issue Date: 2014-10-15 14:48:19 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 針對苗栗客家文化園區,其文化展示與客家論述下的客家文化,本研究對此之問題意識為What和Why,即:(一)表層「文化展示與客家論述」的面貌為何?(What)。(二)分析、詮釋「該文化展示與客家論述」背後的意涵,探討為何如此展示、論述客家文化?(Why)。
    今日於苗栗客家文化園區看見「更去中心化」、「更主動」、「更異質性」的客家;同時,消弭了對過去「中心化」、「被動化」、「同質化」的客家想像與理解。並且,全球客家不是一「新『推翻』舊」的概念,而是一「舊『加上』新」的觀點。;This study focuses on Hakka cultural expression and depiction of the Hakka at the Miaoli Hakka Cultural Park. Specifically, the study focuses on two questions: What are the superficial features of cultural expression and Hakka cultural depiction? Why is the Hakka culture thus expressed and depicted? Analysis is conducted and explanation is provided for the underlying connotations of “the expression of this culture and Hakka depictions” to explore the answers.
    Through participatory observation, literary analysis, and text analysis, focus was placed on five pavilions (comprising a total of seven themes) within the Miaoli Hakka Cultural Park from the second half of 2013 to the first half of 2014. Three conclusions were drawn from the investigation of Hakka culture as displayed through its cultural expression and Hakka depictions: decentralized Hakka, proactive Hakka, and heterogeneous Hakka. These were then respectively extended into three subjects: centralized to decentralized Hakka, passive to proactive Hakka, and homogenous to heterogeneous Hakka.
    In today’s Miaoli Hakka Cultural Park, one finds Hakka who are “more decentralized, more proactive, and more heterogeneous,” and the elimination of the former “centralized, passive, and homogeneous” image and understanding of the Hakka. Moreover, the globalized Hakka is not a concept of the new overthrowing the old, but a view in which the new is added to the old.
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