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    Title: 美國傳教士懷禮(Isaac William Wiley)對晚清福建地區婦女的觀察;The Observation of An American Missionary, Isaac William Wiley for Fujian Women in Late Qing Period
    Authors: 劉建甫;Liu,Chien-Fu
    Contributors: 歷史研究所
    Keywords: 傳教士懷禮;婦女;女性;福建;Isaac William Wiley;Women;Female;Fujian
    Date: 2016-07-14
    Issue Date: 2016-10-13 14:49:39 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 懷禮做為開放傳教後便前往中國的傳教士,他對中國社會的觀察內容及留下的記錄都會對之後欲前往中國的傳教士有著一定的影響。但目前學界以他做為主要研究對象,或對他留下資料的使用並不多,因此本文以美國美以美會傳教士懷禮對中國的記錄做為主要史料,了解他對晚清福建各年齡層婦女的觀察及想法。懷禮在中國的時間雖然不超過十年,所觀察的婦女生活和可能受到的對待並非完整且也有遺漏之處,但是透過懷禮的著作也能看出他對於婦女議題的關心,以及他對各種婦女現象的獨特見解。
    ;Isaac William Wiley was the missionary who came to China, just after they were allowed to do missionary work in China. His record about China society could have a chance to affect other missionaries who were interesting to come to China. Since Wiley’s record and himself haven’t been studying much, so this paper will use his record as the main resource, focus on what he saw and his opinion about Fujian women. However, Wiley only stay in China less than a decade, his record might have some misunderstanding and omissions, but his book still reveals his concern about Fujian women and some of his unique opinion.
    Wiley believes Fujian society and the families didn’t treat their women equally. Also, according to different ages and environment, women could have a different reaction to the inequality. Therefore, this paper will talk about the treatment of women, expectation from families, in all infancy, adolescence and after marriage. Besides, families from different social class will have the distinct demand to women, and this also means the way how the family gets to benefit from women are quite different. All the phenomenon shows the restriction to Fujian women and they were also considered as merchant or tool.
    The way Wiley cared about Fujian women was not just what he saw from the outside, but also the feeling inside the heart. Compare to other missionaries, this was the particularity about Wiley and his record.
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