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|Keywords: ||客家青年;表演藝術工作;認同;養成;young Hakka performing artists;performing art;identity;cultivation|
|Issue Date: ||2015-09-23 11:35:02 (UTC+8)|
Performing art culture plays an important role to an ethnic group or even a country. People can understand a culture, a country through its performing art, and then start to like or identity the country and its culture. Therefore, performing art is important for an ethnic group to win popularization and identity. Performing art is not only a learning experience for people to mould their temperament and cultivate aesthetic sense, during which process, people can also deepen their understanding to their own ethnic group and then further strengthen their identity to their ethnic group, and even facilitate the mutual understanding and awareness among different ethnic groups. If we want to popularize the Hakka culture and the identity of the ethnic group, its performing art is an important link.
This research aims to learn how the young Hakka performing artists are cultivated and positioned, and then learn about their identity, therefore, this research is conducted with “multiple case research” of qualitative research. The purpose of this research is to find the focus of the problem through comparing different cases and then looking for the similarities and differences. Materials are collected through in depth interviews, literature exploration, observation and data analysis and discussion. The purposes of this research are as follows: 1. Learn about how young Hakka performing artists are cultivated and its uniqueness. 2. Analyze the ethnic group identity of the young Hakka performing artists and their development. 3. Explore how young Hakka performing artists combine their ethnic experiences into artistic creation.
From this research, it can be found out that learning Hakka performing art can deepen the identity of the young Hakka ethnic group to their own culture, and even deepen the identity of other ethnic groups to the culture and ethic group of Hakka. It is possible that the young Hakka performing artists did not take the Hakka performing art as their future career, however, through this research, it can be concluded that more of the interviewees discovered their love and passion to Hakka performing art after receiving relevant learning and cultivation of Hakka performing art and then decide to continue to engage in this career and hope to contribute to the Hakka performing art and pass it on. From the works of young Hakka performing artists, we can see their identity to Hakka. The young Hakka performing artists combine their learning of Hakka performing art with their original individual belief and then gradually build up and deepen their identity to their ethnic group and demonstration.
Key words: young Hakka performing artists, performing art, identity, cultivation
|Appears in Collections:||[客家社會文化研究所] 博碩士論文|
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