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    Title: 客家女性政治人物之研究;n
    Authors: 徐君玉;Hsu,Chun-Yi
    Contributors: 客家研究碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 客家;女性;政治人物
    Date: 2014-08-27
    Issue Date: 2014-10-15 14:50:16 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 在臺灣的政治發展上,提到族群政治,一般人直覺的想法就是「台灣人」與「外省人」的分野,在歷次選舉的選戰操作上,「臺灣人」儼然成為口操閩南語的福佬人專屬的代名詞,我們可以在一般的競選場合中語言的使用上得到鮮明的註解。相形之下,其他族群的處境就被邊緣化,無法進入權力的核心,也失去了被關注與重視的眼神,長久以來,客家人,就是這樣被忽略了。

    ;In the political development of Taiwan, referring to the ethnic politics, the general idea is that people intuitively "Taiwanese" and "mainlanders" distinction. In the previous election campaign operation,"Taiwanese" has become synonymous with the Hoklo Taiwanese exclusive. We can get clear comment on the use of language in the general election occasions. In contrast, the situation of other ethnic groups was marginalized,unable to enter the core of power, and also lost to be concerned and focus on. This is why Hakka is so disregarded in the long term.
    In recent years, representatives of the local elections often found in Hakka parties involved, showing that Hakka ethnic consciousness has been growing day and day. When the social development changed, Taiwan Hakka women′s political participation rate is also on the rise. However, how do the Hakka women politicians feel in the face of this departure from the traditional values of the emerging role of women.?
    In this study, Hakka women politicians face career development and conflict between work and family. Through semi-structured interviews qualification process to understand their role in the conversion of mentality and feelings. The results indicated seven points: (1)traditional patriarchal attitudes still serious, (2)interviewees are not atypical Hakka women anymore, (3)motivation candidates are passive, (4)representatives salaries are not very good, (5)child is also need the deepest care, (6)Reserved Seats for Women still has procedural justice, and(7)there is bonus point for “Hakka” name for the local elections.
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