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    Title: 台灣經驗對印尼返鄉移工的影響
    The Impact of Taiwan Experience on Indonesian Return Migrant Workers
    Authors: 簡郁紋
    Chien, Yu-Wen
    Contributors: 劉梅君
    Chien, Yu-Wen
    Keywords: 印尼返鄉移工
    Indonesian returning migrant worker
    repatriation life adaption
    oversea experience
    social reintegration
    Date: 2020
    Issue Date: 2020-03-02 11:21:13 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究目的在於討論在海外工作及生活多年的移工,返鄉後是否能夠將海外經驗的紅利─諸如存款與工作收入上的經濟優勢、不同文化環境所給予的價值觀刺激─帶回家鄉,以利其返鄉後的生活適應,進而深究返鄉移工個人歸國後會採取什麼樣的策略來面對經濟性適應與心理性適應的諸多挑戰。
    The purpose of this study is to focus on the repatriation life experience and their adaptive strategies of returning migrant workers. To be specific, this study is to find out how one can utilize his or her oversea working experience dividends after returning home, such as the economic advantage, and the influence of the stimulation by different cultures and values. Furthermore, to understand how one determines his or her strategies while facing economical and psychological adaption challenges.
    The study found that the gender role and the social norms under the Javanese tradition make the psychological adaptation challenges of those single female return migrant workers more difficult. To adjust and overcome return migrant workers’ life adaption challenges, they can only flexibly utilize their oversea experience and apply to their survival strategies, such as consciously planning their career path, grasping an entrepreneurial opportunity in the local market, and recognizing their self-worth.
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    (一) 研究報告

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    藍佩嘉,(2006)。〈合法的奴工, 法外的自由: 外籍勞工的控制與出走〉。《台灣社會研究季刊》,64,107-150。

    (三) 學位論文

    (四) 網路資料
    周永捷,印尼返鄉移工創業 台灣經驗扭轉人生,上網日期2019年3月17日,檢自:https://www.cna.com.tw/news/aopl/201711260156.aspx

    二、 西文文獻
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    (三) 研究報告
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    (五) 學位論文
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    (六) 網路資料
    Indonesian Migrant Workers Become Entrepreneurs after Learning New Skills, Retrieved May 22 2019, from: https://www.atlasnetwork.org/news/article/indonesian-migrant-workers-become-entrepreneurs-after-learning-new-skills
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0106262002
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/NCCU202000339
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