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|Title: ||新移民二代文化認同之相關分析── 以桃園市觀音區為例|
|Authors: ||葉人華;Yeh, Jen-Hua|
|Keywords: ||新移民二代;文化認同;文化投入;文化歸屬;文化統合;mmigrants’ second generation;cultural identity;cultural involvement;cultural belonging;cultural integration|
|Issue Date: ||2017-10-27 13:39:58 (UTC+8)|
;The main purpose of this study is to investigate how the second generation of the new-immigrants identify themselves between the culture of father/mothers’ native countries and mainstream culture of Taiwan society. This research interviewed 15 junior-high-school respondents who lived in the Guanyin District, Taoyuan City by using the semi-structured interviews method. Aim to figure out what they feel and notice of their cultural self-identify, involvement, belonging and integration during their growing process. The outline of the interview is based on three aspects: "cultural involvement", "cultural belonging" and "cultural integration". According to the research and the researcher’s participation and observation, the conclusions are as follows:
1. In terms of "cultural involvement" and "cultural belonging", the new-immigrants’ second generations are generally able to understand and recognize the importance of their home country cultures. But due to lack of environmental and connection from their father/mothers’ native countries. They have insufficient motivation to learn about their cultural involvement and belonging.
2. In terms of "cultural integration", for the new-immigrants’ second generations, the culture of Taiwan and their home country are parallel exist in their daily lives, but it differs greatly between the practices of both culture in their daily activities.
3. For the new-immigrants’ second generations, their experiences of returning to their native country tend to be the touristic experience, rather than ingroup consciousness.
4. The innate blood, birthplace and acquired environment of growth, learning content, etc. These factors will affect the self-identity and nationality recognition of those new-immigrants’ second generations.
5. As the respondents are junior-high-school age students. They have a limited capacity on choosing their activities. For instance, the frequency of participation in the relevant activities and the number of times visiting/returning to father/mothers’ native country. This cannot represent their own willing. Thus, this can also affect their cultural display and experiences.
Based upon the investigations and results, in this article, the researcher provides some recommendation and inspiration for the further researches.
|Appears in Collections:||[客家社會文化研究所] 博碩士論文|
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