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    Title: 旭日下的雙龍: 南韓與台灣人對日本整體觀感研究
    Tigers in the sun: South Korean and Taiwanese people’s opinions toward Japan
    Authors: 林文森
    Josephson, Daniel
    Contributors: 李明
    Lee, Ming
    Josephson, Daniel
    Keywords: 日本殖民統治
    Japanese colonial rule
    The 2/28 Incident
    The Tapani Incident
    March 1st Movement
    The Kwangju Massacre
    Authoritarian Rule
    Administrative Policies
    Educational Policies
    Dokdo/Takeshima Islands
    Diaoyutai/Senkaku Islands
    Authoritarian Regime
    Democratic Progressive Party (DPP)
    Kuomintang (KMT)
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2016-04-01 10:46:51 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 眾多調查說明,比起台灣人,南韓人對日本較多負面觀感。日本在台灣殖民比在韓國多十五年,相比起韓國人,台灣人對日本的感覺通常是中立或正面。什麼因素造成台灣人跟南韓人對日本產生不同的觀感,這個論文的目的是應證及比較台灣和韓國歷史,以及與中國大陸的政治關係,而產生出台灣人與南韓人對日本有不同的觀感。我在這個論文將說明台灣和韓國的二十世紀歷史以及其大眾對日本的觀感,我也將說明台灣對中國大陸的政治態度以及其影響大眾對日本的觀感。
    Over the past few years, numerous survey polls have shown empirical data that suggests that the majority South Korean adults have negative views toward Japan, while the majority of Taiwanese adults have neutral or positive views toward her. This is despite the fact that Taiwan was under Japanese control for 15 years longer than Korea was. There are many theories behind the drastic difference between the two former Japanese colonies and their citizens’ public opinions towards Japan today. It is the purpose of this Thesis Paper to prove that the reason for this difference in Taiwanese and South Korean people’s public opinions toward Japan is a combination of historical differences during and after Japanese occupation in Taiwan and Korea, as well as Taiwanese people’s political attitudes towards their neighbor to the west, Mainland China. In this paper, I will show a very visible link between events in Korea and Taiwan in the 20th century, and public opinions toward Japan. I will also show a very visible link between Taiwanese people’s political attitudes towards Mainland China, and their public opinions toward Japan.
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    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0103926025
    Data Type: thesis
    Appears in Collections:[亞太研究英語博/碩士學位學程(IDAS/IMAS) ] 學位論文

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