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    Title: 清代臺灣漢人婦女財產權之研究
    Authors: 翁伃嫺;Wong, Yu-sian
    Contributors: 歷史研究所在職專班
    Keywords: 清代臺灣婦女;財產權;婦女經濟;繼承權;管理處分
    Date: 2018-07-20
    Issue Date: 2018-08-31 15:02:25 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 本研究主要分為三個章節談清代臺灣漢人婦女之財產權。第一章分析財產的主要來源;第二章討論擁有財產後的婦女如何管理與支配;第三章為婦女如何使財產得到社會與國家的保障。
    ;This study is divided into three chapters on exploration of Taiwanese women’s property rights in Qing dynasty. In Chapter 1, the research analyzes these women’s main sources of property. In Chapter 2, how the women managed and controlled property after the owning was discussed. Chapter 3 is about how these women made their property secured by the society and nation.
    This study adopted chorography sourced across Taiwan, records written by people of the time, collected works, civil contracts, and historical materials like Tan-Hsin Archives using methods such as analysis, induction and integration in such intent to clarify the status of Taiwanese Han women owning and managing their properties in Qing dynasty.
    Focusing on sources of property in Chapter 1, women′s properties were mostly obtained by passive inheritance from parents or active acquisition from husbands. Active acquisition refers to women participated in social and economic activities to earn income themselves.
    Regarding to the management and disposition of property in Chapter 2, female manage and dispose family property, usually when male senior members could not play their roles, women would have to take a lead and manage the family property. In addition, there were also women buying and selling lands and houses, so it aroused the research to explore the economic role of women at home.
    Chapter 3 is on the protection of property, which is divided into two parts including clan and law. These clans provide economic support for single women. When it came to a dispute, such dispute often was judged by the leaders of clans although it might not result in efficiency. Meanwhile, the government’s power through laws intended to protect women′s property rights in order to stabilize society and reduce disputes.
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