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    Title: 台灣北部越南移民和移工的宗教空間研究
    A Study on the Religious Spaces of Vietnamese Immigrants and Migrant Workers in Northern Taiwan
    Authors: 譚氏桃
    Dam, Thi Dao
    Contributors: 高雅寧
    Kao, Ya-Ning
    Dam, Thi Dao
    Keywords: 越南移民
    Vietnamese migrants and immigrants
    religious spaces
    spatial theory
    cultural preservation and adaptation
    transnational connections
    Date: 2024
    Issue Date: 2024-03-01 14:17:59 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文探討了越南移民在台灣北部的宗教空間。通過對新北市三個不同宗教場所的深入分析,分別是新店區的越南佛寺「普悲寺」、中和區的一個一貫道佛堂「竹德佛堂(佛堂Z)」和樹林區的一座天主教堂,研究時間從2020年7月到2023年11月,這項研究填補了現有學術研究中有關台灣越南國民宗教經歷的顯著空白。本研究探討了這些空間的歷史、物理和組織特徵,並檢視它們在提供精神支持、促進個人和社區發展、保持文化和跨國聯繫以及促進與更廣泛的台灣社會互動方面的重要性。
    This dissertation investigates the religious spaces of Vietnamese migrants and immigrants in Northern Taiwan. Through an in-depth analysis of three distinct religious settings in New Taipei City - Pho Bi, a Vietnamese Buddhist temple in Xindian district; Zhude Fotang (Fotang Z), a Yiguan Dao Buddha Hall in Zhonghe district; and a Catholic Church in Shulin district - conducted from July 2020 to November 2023, this research addresses a notable gap in existing scholarship regarding the religious experiences of Vietnamese nationals in Taiwan. It delves into the historical, physical, and organizational attributes of these spaces and examines their significance in providing spiritual support, fostering personal and community development, maintaining cultural and transnational connections, and facilitating interactions with the wider Taiwanese society.
    Grounded in spatial theory, which illustrates the concept of space and place; the concepts of community, social capital, transnationalism, and merit-making; and Durkheim’s ideas on collective religious practices and community enhancement, this research utilizes ethnographic methods, including participant observation and in-depth interviews, to explore how these religious environments serve as vital components of the Vietnamese migratory experience. The findings reveal how such spaces not only facilitate spiritual solace and community engagement but also play a crucial role in the cultural adaptation and integration of migrants and immigrants into Taiwanese society. This research contributes to interdisciplinary fields by offering nuanced insights into the complex interplay between religion, migration, and urban space, and underscores the importance of religious spaces in promoting social cohesion and integration in multicultural settings. The policy implications of this study highlight the need for recognizing and supporting the diversity of migrant religious spaces to enhance community well-being and cultural harmony in multicultural societies like Taiwan.
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