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    Title: 傳統客家知識分子的變與不變-以桃園市觀音區徐輝為例;Traditiondal Hakka intellectuals changed and unchanged —Take Hui Hsu who lived ln Guanyin District of Taoyuan city as an example
    Authors: 徐美娟;CHUAN,HSU MEI
    Contributors: 歷史研究所在職專班
    Keywords: 客家民間知識分子;徐輝;凝聚宗族;一貫道點傳師;甘泉寺太老師;家禮教育;Hakka folk intellectual;Hui Hsu;Clan solidarity;I-kuan Dao Transmitting Master;Master teacher of Gan Quan Si;Family rite education
    Date: 2015-07-21
    Issue Date: 2015-09-23 15:11:52 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 徐輝,一位傳統客家民間知識分子。學生滿布,頗富盛名,為地方人士所尊崇。本文旨在探討出生於日本統治時期,在桃園市觀音區客家地區成長的徐輝,隨著政權、經濟、社會等大環境的轉變,他如何調整與因應,他變的是什麼?不變的是什麼?最後成為人人敬重的觀音耆老。
    ;Hui Hsu, born in Japanese-ruled period and having grown in Hakka area of Guanyin District, was a traditional Hakka folk intellectual, renowned and respected by local people with his students wide spread. This thesis aims to investigate how he adjusted himself amid the transition of regimes, economics and societies. What changed or what did not inside him, conclusively, have made him a celebrated Guanyin senior.

    Through historical material collection, in-depth interviews and literature review, the research concludes that, following conversion of politics, society and economics, Hui Hsu kept adapting himself to what local folks needed in terms of ways for social service: Solidarity of clan consciousness came first, followed by education of Han Dynasty literature, pursuit of enlightenment in spirituality, book-authoring to promote protocol, and finally folk belief or temple religion. Meanwhile, the service targets also underwent an evolution or overlapping who included clans initially, then Dao members, students and worshippers, with the number of serviced people continuously increasing and service area outspread. Despite variation in service method and who were serviced, things never changed are his spirit of “who but myself can do it?” and attitude toward popular mind enlightening. Realizing thoroughly the Xunzi’s Confucian concept of “Bettering folk customs when at lower positions,” he was an intellectual who lived up to his name.
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