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    Title: 雅加達的邦加(Bangka)客家人之認同變遷;Identity Transition of the Bangka Hakkas in Jakarta
    Authors: 李愛珍;LEE, AI-CHEN
    Contributors: 客家語文暨社會科學學系客家研究碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 雅加達;邦加;客家人;遷移;認同;Jakarta;Bangka;Hakka;migration;identity
    Date: 2019-07-26
    Issue Date: 2019-09-03 15:00:53 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 為謀求更好的生活,許多邦加客家人再次遷移到雅加達或其他都會區。在雅加達,他們遇到多樣的族群,為了融入當地的生活,他們得做出一些改變。本研究透過田野、參與觀察以及訪談法,來了解22位雅加達邦加客家人的生命經驗,探討其遷移過程對他們的認同產生何種變遷?以及遷移後他們的日常生活產生何種文化混雜的現象?
    ;In search of a better life, many Bangka Hakkas have remigrated to Jakarta or other metropolitan areas.In Jakarta, they encounter diverse ethnic groups and have to make some changes in order to integrate into the local life.In this study, we used the field survey, participation observation, and interview methods to learn about the life experiences of 22 Hakkas living in Jakarta and explored how the migration processes have changed their self identities. We also investigated what cultural hybridity phenomena they may have encountered in daily life after the migration.
    We found that all of the 22 participants in this study lack the Hakka ancestral origin identity, and have replaced their ancestral origins with the childhood hometowns. They have created an exclusive new classification that is distinguished by Indonesian regions instead of the ancestral origins. Due to the historical background, ethnic differences, living environment, and Indonesian society′s suppression of the Chinese ethnic group; the ethnic identity of the Bangka Hakkas is primarily based on the "Indonesian Chinese Identity." However, this does not mean that the Hakka identity has ceased to exist. During the interview, the respondents claimed that "Chinese are Hakkas." We found that scenario has a significant influence on ethnic identity. Although the respondents may claim to be Bangka, Hakka, or Bangka Hakka under different circumstances; it does not erase their ethnic identity under the constructivism and primitivism theories. In particular, we observed that primitivism is embedded into the lives of the Hakka people in Jakarta in terms of language and diet.
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