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|Title: ||兩岸學生交流政策的影響;The Effect of Cross-strait Policy on Students|
|Keywords: ||兩岸;交流;在臺陸生;政策;成效;cross-strait;interaction;mainland students in Taiwan;policy;effect|
|Issue Date: ||2015-07-30 15:52:04 (UTC+8)|
這些被視作兩岸年輕世代交流之橋樑的大陸學子，是否真的與臺灣學生有實質性的互動交流？這些互動會帶來什麽影響？對於未來的兩岸關係發展與文化交流又具有什麽意義？本研究以實證的方式，發現兩岸學生無論在課業或是社交方面都有互動交流，且這樣的交流能夠提高兩岸學生對互動的滿意度、改善對彼此的刻板印象。此外，相關機構所推動的同住制度、合作學習及夥伴制度，可以有效調節兩岸學生互動所產生的影響。;It has been nearly 30 years since Taiwanese were allowed to visit relatives to Mainland China in 1987. The interactive mode gradually established via the academic and cultural communication, visiting relatives and travelling has practically promoted the mutual understanding for both people. However, the scope of people-to-people exchange in the field of economy, society and culture are influenced by the cross-strait political relation. On the other hand, endless problems have been arising from the communication itself, which highlighted the cognitive differences and misunderstanding during the process of the communication.
In this context, universities in Taiwan began to enroll Mainland Chinese students in 2011, and more than 6,000 students have joint Taiwan higher educational system by 2014. Have these Mainland Chinese students, who are perceived to bridge the communication gap for young generation in the two regions, substantively interacted with Taiwan students? What do these interactions bring about? What are their implications for the future development of cross-strait relations and cultural communication? The study attempts to provide empirical evidence for the substantial existence of interactions both in class as well as social activities. As a consequence, cross-strait students’ satisfaction to their interactions has been increased while their stereotypes of each other have been improved. In addition, the strategic mechanism carried out by Taiwan educational institutions, such as peer programs, cooperative study and co-residence system, can effectively moderate the influence from students’ interactions.
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