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    Title: 歐美人士移居台灣:定居在台的法國人之研究;La migration des occidentaux à Taïwan : le cas des Français installés à Taïwan
    Authors: 林泰平;LIN,Tai-pin
    Contributors: 法國語文學系
    Keywords: 移民;社區;身份認同;跨國婚姻;法國文化
    Date: 2016-07-29
    Issue Date: 2016-10-13 13:28:06 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 典移民理論認為跨國的人流遷徙是由經濟較落後的國家往較先進發達的國家移動。但位於世界經濟半邊陲區或開發中的台灣也接待了不少來自歐美、日本等國的外籍人士。本論文旨在研究這些歐美人士中定居台灣的法國籍人士,究竟它們為何來到非法語系國家的台灣?甚至長久居住在此地?本研究採用質化研究方法:訪談20位定居在台法國人,並參考相關的移民理論、社群理論和認同論作為主題研究對象分析用。
    ;The traditional migration theories consider that people move from poor country to rich country for the economic reasons. But some countries located in the world economical system’s semi-periphery such as Taiwan, have received some people from developed countries, such as American, European or Japanese. Our study aims the French residing in Taiwan and we try to know why they chose to come to a non-French speaking society. As our study shows, some of them have even set up their life here for long-term. We adopted the qualitative method: interviews with 20 French residing in Taiwan and analyzes of their responses with reference to some migration, community and identity theories.
    Our research shows that the French national didn’t immigrate to Taiwan for economical reason, but for some reasons like traveling and work experiences in a foreign country. They then stay in the host country for relationship or marriage with a Taiwanese native person. Their migration is built with some individual paths, rather than a large organized network. Their jobs in Taiwan are mostly related to their cultural capital from their homeland country, for example french teacher, french restaurant, baker or wine retailer, etc. Our study also talks about some French national social network in the host country. We suggested that they belong to a segmented community, a non-economical and non-cultural-religious interdependent organization, although the french association in Taiwan holds often some drinking parties and some traditional activities.
    Furthermore, as it is stated, people recognize their personal identity by a process of socialization; we try to know how the French national residents in Taiwan consider their relation with the host society and how they integrate in Taiwan. We also try to know when leaving Taiwan, how they could be reintegrated in the country of origin France. It must be a big question for all those foreign residents in the host country.
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