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    Title: 清代詞派研究的方法論:「社會學」的觀點
    Other Titles: Methodology of Ching tzu schools research: a sociology approach
    Authors: 侯雅文
    Date: 2009-06
    Issue Date: 2009-11-06 15:50:10 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文旨在說明自身研究清代詞派所預設的觀點,以及在此一觀點下所採取的論證方法、步驟,以供學術社群進行有效的對話。此一「方法論」的基本觀點,乃是重新界定「詞派」為「社會群體」,由「社會學」的視域,理解、詮釋「詞派」的意義,而舉「常州詞派」為主要例證。此一觀點與既有詞派的研究進路偏取「文學」的視域,可以互補。 The paper aimed at explaining the opinion of Ching tzu schools research by myself, and proof way based as above, in order to discuss effectively with science group and acquire reasonable judgement.The basic opinion of the methodology defined “Tzu school” as “social group” again, comprehended and interpreted the significance of “ Tzu school” in view of sociology with taking a main example by “changzhou (常州) tzu school”. The approach completed the tzu schools research based in view of literature that gave less attention to social opinion.
    Relation: 政大中文學報, 11, 67-90
    Data Type: article
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