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    Title: 戰後台灣的日本電影管理制度之研究
    Authors: 蔣婷安;Jiang, Ting-An
    Contributors: 歷史研究所
    Keywords: 日本電影;日片;中日關係;日台關係;去日本化;中國化;Japanese film;Japan–Taiwan relations;uprooting Japanese culture;implanting Chinese culture
    Date: 2019-08-26
    Issue Date: 2019-09-03 16:58:47 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 本研究最初是基於筆者對於為何台灣網站不太有日本老電影的相關資訊,但同年代的歐美老電影中文資訊就豐富得多,對此感到疑問著手研究。研究過程中逐漸了解曾經存在的日本電影管理制度,如何影響台灣人對日本電影的看法。日本電影原先在戰後初期,日本化程度高的台灣廣受歡迎,但在國民黨政府政策的特殊管控之下進口數量有限,類型也受限制,去除腥羶色、去政治軍事化、去除反社會情節的才得以引進。而在1972年中日斷交後日本電影直接全面禁止進口。讓台灣人一個世代對日本電影的印象完全空白。直至1980年代有條件開放進口後,由於長久隔閡已不如過去受台灣人格外喜愛,只有好片才能吸引觀眾。這樣的趨勢也反應了戰後以來台灣「去日本化」和「中國化」的結果。;This study originates from the author’s doubt about why there are few data of old Japanese films and contrarily much more Chinese information of contemporary old western films in Taiwanese websites. During the research, the author gradually explored how the Japanese film management system that used to exist in Taiwan affects the locals’ view toward Japanese films. Japanese films were widely popular in early post-war Taiwan which was deeply Japanized. However, the quantity and category of imported Japanese films were restricted under special governmental control, and therefore only those which excluded sensual, political-military and antisocial content could be introduced into Taiwan. In 1972, Japanese films were completely prohibited in Taiwan after the Republic of China broke off diplomatic relations with Japan, and this had left a generation of Taiwanese a blank page in the history of Japanese film development in Taiwan. After Japanese films were allowed to be imported conditionally in 1980s, only great films could attract Taiwanese audience because their preferences for Japanese films had diminished due to long-term estrangement. Such trend also reflects the development driven by the policies of uprooting Japanese culture and implanting Chinese culture in post-war Taiwan.
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