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|Authors: ||陳仁昭;CHAO,CHEN JEN|
|Issue Date: ||2016-10-13 13:45:41 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: ||摘 要|
Through the analysis of everyday transactions, this study probes into the interaction in the transactions among the Minnanese, Hakkanese and indigenous people and tries to find out if the everyday transactions and interaction among the residents living in mountainous areas would influence the identity of and stereotype against ethnic groups. Moreover, this study analyzes the real appearance of the goods in transactions and the behavioral modes in the past transactions, so as to explore the relevance between transaction and trust.
If different ethnic groups live in the same space at the same time, they would communicate with each other, which would lead to an interaction among them. The relation among ethnic groups refers to the interaction among different races or groups, including positive and negative relations among and attitudes towards ethnic groups. In other words, it indicates the positive or negative interpersonal interaction between the individuals or colonies of an ethnic group and the individuals or colonies of another ethnic group. As a principle of social organization, the relation among ethnic groups must be understood through the interaction in daily life. However, the hierarchical position, the relative identity relation, the actual interest, and self-identity of an ethnic group would influence its interaction with others.
In the study, the author delved into the current operations and trade modes of the grocery stores in Sanmin Village, Fuxing District, Taoyuan City, and collected the theories and documents about daily life and the interaction among ethnic groups, and thus gained some knowledge of the possible interaction among the customers in their transaction with the grocery stores in daily life. To investigate into the interaction among the ethnic groups in the everyday transactions in Sanmin Village, this study adopted an in-depth interview to analyze the everyday transactions of the traditional grocery stores and the social mosaic factors. With the information obtained from the interview, it elaborated on the languages the Sanmin Village residents used as communication media in the transaction with the grocery stores and discussed the relevance between language user and transaction in daily life. Finally, this study analyzed the stereotype against the Minnanese, Hakkanese and indigenous people on the basis of a long-term observation on the interaction among the ethnic groups.
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