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    Title: 我群意識的建構與解構︰「華夏邊緣」論述與回族族群性研究
    Other Titles: Construction and Deconstruction about the Image of Others:The Theory of “On Chinese Borderlands” and Hui Ethnicity Perspectives
    Authors: 張中復
    Chang, Chung-fu
    Contributors: 民族系
    Keywords: 回族;邊緣理論;族群性;華夏邊緣
    Hui Muslims;Ethnic Boundaries;Ethnicity;Chinese Borderlands
    Date: 2013.05
    Issue Date: 2014-08-12 10:07:09 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 自從"華夏邊緣論"及其相關見解出現后,對于如何重新檢視傳統中國民族史的研究方法與方法論,以及如何看待華夏這個概念便引發許多討論。本文即希望透過中國歷史上回—穆斯林人群與當代回族的例子,藉由其分布于華夏核心與邊緣的特殊存在事實,及其與漢族共享文化的同質性和自身有別于漢文化的伊斯蘭的異質性特色,企圖與"華夏邊緣論"中相關的核心概念開展出另一種異例的對話與研究模式。一方面來作為對于擴大并補充該論述的參考,同時也讓回族的族群文化現象在中國民族史的研究領域中得到更多且重要的定位意義。
    After the emergence of theory "Chinese Borderlands"and various interpretations,it has triggered many controversial discussions about research method in the traditional studying fields of ethnohistory in China.This article attempts to use the cases of traditional Hui-Muslims or modern Hui minzu,which are never mentioned in the theory of"Chinese Borderlands"before and this unique Hui ethnicity apparently contains both homogeneity and heterogeneity features in Chinese or Han communities to analyze the meaning ...
    Relation: 回族研究, No.2013/2, pp.9-17.
    Data Type: article
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