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    Title: 「當代道教」研究方法之反思:朝向道教口述歷史的觀點
    Rethinking the Research Method of Contemporary Daoism: Toward the Perspective of Daoist Oral History
    Authors: 謝世維
    Hsieh, Shu-Wei
    Contributors: 宗教所
    Keywords:  Contemporary Daoism ; Oral History ; Religion Revival ; Secularization ; Modernity Outledge
    口述歷史 ; 當代道教 ; 宗教復興 ; 世俗化 ; 現代化 
    Date: 2018-06
    Issue Date: 2019-01-16 12:24:55 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The second half of the 20th century was a period of vigorous change for religion in China. It was also a crucial period when Chinese religions took formal steps in the direction of modernization and globalization. Modern national trends of secularization and the separation of church and state did not, however, lead to a decline in traditional Daoism; to the contrary, these trends led the relaxed and inclusive Daoist community to treat the period following China's Reform and Opening policies as an opportunity for development, and thus a new sacred community that expanded upon Daoism's pluralistic activities was established. Modern Daoist studies are currently getting off the ground, and they serve as an important conduit via which the academic world is able to understand present day Chinese religion. This essay explores numerous modern methods of research into religion. However, the category of Daoism is blurry, broad, and indistinct. Daoism encompasses all layers of society, penetrates into all aspects of daily life, and is inextricably but ambiguously linked to folk religion. Moreover, within China's vast landmass there are distinct regional variations in Daoism's practice and restoration. These factors directly influence the process of Chinese religious resurgence and the question of how, precisely, we should look upon Daoism. This essay's review and analysis inform us that it is impossible to use a single standard to measure Daoism's process of recovery. It is therefore more appropriate to employ a different strategy, namely the method of oral history. Within the life stories of Daoist practitioners and Daoist faithful, we are able to observe the practice of Daoism in terms of different social strata, regions, and genders, as well as observe the various challenges and changes that faced Daoist religionists during the sixty-plus years between 1949 and 2016. New, diverse perspectives emerge from within these varied and broad-ranging interviews.
    Relation: 長庚人文社會學報, Vol.11, No.1, pp.47-73
    Data Type: article
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