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    Title: 從緬甸重要人士之觀點探討羅興亞危機
    The Rohingya Crisis – Perspectives of Key Actors in the Burmese Society
    Authors: 韓克洋
    Heinemann, Yannick Leo
    Contributors: 孫采薇
    Sun, Tsai-Wei
    Heinemann, Yannick Leo
    Keywords: 緬甸
    Ethnic conflict
    Symbolic politics
    Date: 2019
    Abstract: Discrimination of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar as has been an issue for decades. Contrary to the hopes, the country’s democratic transition did not commence a comprehensive ethnic reconciliation. On the contrary, it laid the foundation for a large-scale campaign of purposeful displacement of Rohingya in 2017. This thesis focuses on the framework of symbolic politics to assess the underlying drivers of Rohingya repressions since the country’s democratic transition. It assumes that goal –driven elites exploit ethnic cleavages in their favour. Under references to a myth-symbol complex, they deepen ethnic aversions to a point where a presumably hostile “other” has to be fended off for the sake of the prevalence of the in-group. Democratisation facilitates this process, as it creates an environment for unregulated competition, where actors expect benefits from ethnic outbidding. Based on public expressions made by key societal and political actors in Myanmar after the country’s democratisation, this thesis shows that indeed elites are responsible for creating an anti-Muslim narrative. Brought up by religious actors in Rakhine State and impelled by local ethno nationalist parties, this narrative increasingly defined the image of Muslims as a threat to Myanmar. As the central government under USDP rule first allied with chauvinist forces, and under the NLD turned a blind eye, the depiction of Rohingya transformed from “illegal immigrants” to a “terrorist threat”. Accordingly, measures to repress Muslims got more severe and eventually Rohingya were expelled without significant popular opposition. Thus, a direct connection between actors advancing Islamophobia and actual acts of ethnic violence can be infered
    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0105862012
    Appears in Collections:[國際研究英語碩士學位學程] 學位論文

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