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    Title: 客家三腳採茶戲推廣之敘事分析---以李勝波為例
    Authors: 鍾美玉;Chung, Mei-Yu
    Contributors: 客家語文暨社會科學學系客家研究碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 客家文化;客家三腳採茶戲;新楊平社區大學;李勝波;Hakka culture;Hakka three-character tea-picking opera;Sinyangping Community College;Li Sheng-Po
    Date: 2019-08-24
    Issue Date: 2019-09-03 15:01:31 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 摘要



    This study uses narrative analysis to explore the promotion of Hakka three-character tea-picking opera by Li Sheng-Po through Taoyuan City Sinyangping Community College’s Hakka three-character tea-picking opera club. In this qualitative research, previous references, data collection, and in-depth interviews are used to conduct a narrative analysis on two dimensions, Hakka three-character tea-picking opera and related references, and Li Sheng-Po’s promotion of Hakka three-character tea-picking opera at the Sinyangping Community College. References are used to analyze Hakka three-character tea-picking opera, the development of this art and culture, and its rise and fall with time. A narrative analysis is conducted on Li Sheng-Po’s origins in three-character tea-picking opera and his Hakka three-character tea-picking opera promotion experience from a Hakka traditional art perspective and inheritance of the three-character tea-picking opera mission. The vision, philosophy, and strategy that Li Sheng-Po used to promote Hakka three-character tea-picking opera at Sinyangping Community College is explored as well as difficulties encountered by the Sinyangping Community College Hakka three-character tea-picking opera club and their transformation strategy.
    This study also discovered that Li Sheng-Po had a philosophy of “if you are going to do something, do it to the best of your ability” when he learned mountain songs from Hu Quan-Xiong, huqin from Xie Qi-Guo and Hakka three-character tea-picking opera from Lai Bi-Xia. He used this philosophy in the promotion of Hakka culture, huqin playing, and Hakka three-character tea-picking opera at the Sinyangping Community College. Consequently, he has received recognition for both his teaching and his team exhibitions. Li not only received the non-standard course certification from the National Taiwan Normal University, but also received the teacher’s award. While Li promoted Hakka three-character tea-picking opera, he also promoted Hakka culture development in communities, trained Hakka talents and passed on Hakka three-character tea-picking opera, improved performance form, increased Hakka recognition and promoted integration of diverse ethnic groups.

    Keywords: Hakka culture, Hakka three-character tea-picking opera, Sinyangping Community
    College, Li Sheng-Po
    Appears in Collections:[客家研究碩士在職專班] 博碩士論文

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