|dc.description.abstract||Since 2012, the idea of promoting Hakka culture in the regions of indigenous
people has been implemented. The policies for Hakka and indigenous people culture
have brought many problems. In the regions of indigenous peoples, the government
allows them to elect indigenous people to be township mayors so that it is easier for
township mayors to get along with and deal with the majority of indigenous residents.
However, it causes somehow impact on other ethnics. For example, the number of
population of Hakka and indigenous people in Tai’ an Township, Miaoli County,
where is the high mix of these two ethnics, is unbalanced. Thus, making and
promoting policies will have a big influence on their relations.
This study applies ＂Document analysis＂, ＂Social Network Analysis＂ and
＂in-depth interview＂. For instance, interested parties in Tai’ an Township, five villages
north including the Public sector, Private sector and Third Sector is used
＂Organizational interaction network analysis＂ and In-depth interview to analyze it.
From the research, people can have deeper understanding and detail analysis between
different organization and ethnics.
As for the theory in the related references, it is essential to collect and analyze
the past studies referred to the key words, Ethnic Relations, Multiculturalism and
Policy Network. According to those studies, the policies for the ethnics in Tai’ an
Township in Miaoli County, five villages north has Loose network, close relation in
life and multi-culture.
This study is suggested the policies of promoting Hakka culture be more active.
Furthermore, Hakka and aboriginal people should share resources. This study may be
helpful for the government to make and promote the policies related to the ethnic