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    Title: 桃園巿客家庄新住民的文化適應與認同研究 :以觀音區菲籍家庭為例;Study on the Cultural Adaptation and Identity New Residents of Hakka Village in Taoyuan City: A Case Study on the Philippine Families
    Authors: 詹靜枝;Chan, Ching-Chih
    Contributors: 客家語文暨社會科學學系
    Keywords: 新住民;文化適應;文化認同;new residents;cultural adaption;cultural identity
    Date: 2017-06-22
    Issue Date: 2017-10-27 13:42:18 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 本研究旨在探討居住在桃園巿觀音區的菲籍新住民家庭的文化適應與認同的研究。
    究後的想法,盼能對社會與新住民朋友都有所幫助,共創臺灣社會的祥和。;This study was to designated to explore the cultural adaptation and identity of new
    Philippine families in Guanyin District, Taoyuan City. It adopted qualitative research
    and deep interview to collect data. Three Philippine families received the interviews
    in depth. The scope of this study included the adaption to language, food,
    environment, belief, tradition, custom, and value under the impact between the culture
    of their homeland and that of Taiwan, as well as their identity to Taiwanese society
    and culture. The results are described as follows:
    1. The biggest problem for new residents to live in Taiwan is "language". Language is
    an important medium of communication among people. Through language, one can
    express his/her ideas and thinking. Moreover, "language ability" directly affects how
    one cope with his/her daily life and social activities. New residents tend to be
    confined by "language barrier", "language shock", and "poor communication" which
    affect their ability to express. Thus, they might be frustrated and held back.
    2. "Interpersonal relationship" plays a significant role in the life adaption of new
    residents. During the dynamic process of migration and settlement, and under the
    impact of different cultures, new residents express the four stages of honeymoon
    period, cultural shock period, adjustment period, and maturity stage. "Interpersonal
    relationship" can help them weaken the sense of loneliness, gain people′s recognition,
    and thereby increase their confidence during the adaption.
    3. This study probed into the topic of cultural identity from three aspects and three
    factors of "cultural input", "cultural belonging", and "cultural integration". The sense
    of belonging reflects one′s emotion. Interaction among people produces affection link
    and narrow psychological distance. Input behavior is resulted from care, which then
    affects the cultural integration strategy of new residents. Therefore, cultural belonging
    is a vital factor impacting cultural input. And the degree of cultural integration is
    affected by cultural input and belonging. Hence, more affection links to Taiwan, more
    cultural input and deeper social and cultural identity will new residents have.
    4. "Friendly social environment" is an essential factor in the settlement of new
    residents. For migration, economy is certainly the priority. Besides, "safe" and
    "convenient′ environment is also considered by them. Other important aspects for new
    residents include convenience in transport, schooling, and life, advanced information,
    and personal safety. Additionally, "social respect and tolerance" is also important. In
    case of lack of respect, tolerance, and rationality, a society can neither embrace
    different races nor listen to different voices. Hence, social harmony lies in "respect
    and tolerance".
    Finally, this study discussed the existing problems and those found, expressed ideas
    on families of new residents and relevant units, hopes to help new residents, and
    creates a harmonious society in Taiwan.
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