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    Title: 臺灣民眾國家認同的發展:1895年到2000年
    The Development of People’s National Identity from 1895 to 2000
    Authors: 羙雪倫
    Medina, Sharon Paulette
    Contributors: 游清鑫
    Yu, Ching Hsin
    Medina, Sharon Paulette
    Keywords: 國家認同
    National Identity
    Historical Experience
    Collective Identitiy
    Identity Change
    Social Identity
    Political Identity
    Cultural Identity
    Kuomintang Rule
    Japanese Colonial Rule
    228 Incident
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2016-08-03 11:37:55 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 國家認同指涉的是涵蓋傳統、語言與政治的整體國家文化,經過學者在各學術領域的討論,此一概念已經變得普遍。既有的研究主要則是對國家認同概念持續建構,以及瞭解個人、團體以及「國家」之間的複雜互動關係。本論文以臺灣為例,嘗試點出歷史與國家認同關係的重要性,並從1895年日本在臺灣開始殖民政策開始,到國民黨在臺灣威權統治期間,再到2000年臺灣的民主轉型之間,瞭解究竟是哪些因素,以及這些因素如何,與何時,對臺灣國家認同的發展產生影響等問題,提供重要的支持點點。其間重要的研究問題也包含究竟國家認同所指為何?以及歷史經驗,諸如日本的殖民統治時期、228事件、白色恐怖、國民當的威權統治,以及2000年之前的民主轉型等,會如影響國家認同的變化?本論文在一開始對認同發展的研究進行一總體式的回顧,接著討論社會、政治與文化認同彼此之間如何互動,以及這些認同如何與前述歷史經驗影響國家認同的發展。在此同時,本文也將評述其他學者對於1895年到2000年之間臺灣民眾國家認同發展的相關研究與論點。
    National Identity, the depiction of a country as a whole, encompassing its culture based on traditions, language and politics. This concept has grown to be common, lectured by scholars from various disciplines. Existing studies have fabricated piece by piece the definition of national identity, to comprehend the complex interaction within individuals, groups and a “Nation”. This paper seeks to provide the importance of the relationship of history on national identity, using the case of Taiwan, also known as the R.O.C (Republic of China). The importance of this research is critical to support how, when, and what variables during the time period of 1895 (Japanese Colonial Period) to 2000 (KMT Authoritarian Rule and Democratic Transition Period) were the main causes for Taiwan’s national identity to evolve. What exactly does national identity refer to? And how do historical experiences such as, the Japanese colonial era, the 2-28 and White Terror period, and KMT’s authoritarian rule and democratic transition before 2000, can systematically cause change? Prior to analyzing Taiwan, we first conduct a general review on the development of identity; the interconnection between the social, political, and cultural identities and how those identities along with historical experiences impact national identity evolution. At that juncture, we will question other scholarly works on the development of people’s national identity from 1895 to 2000 and its impact in Taiwan.
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