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Title: 七年級世代語言態度與族群認同
Taiwanese Language Attitudes& Ethnic Identity in 1980S.
Authors: 李勤岸
Li, Khin-Huann
Wu, Ting-Yu
Keywords: 語言使用
Language Use
Language Attitude
Ethnic Identity
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract:   本研究調查佇咧1981年到1990年出世的七年級世代,的語言使用、語言態度和族群認同,主要探討(1)語言能力、語言使用和語言態度的影響;(2)族群認同的情形;(3)語言使用和族群態度的關係。 本研究透過文獻回顧,探討語言轉移、語言使用、語言態度、族群認同等等相關的文獻和資料;閣進一步針對七年級世代的成長背景和現狀,建立本研究架構和研究問題的依據,運用問卷調查法和深度訪談的方式進行研究。   研究顯現,七年級世代的語言能力、語言使用,攏已經以華語為主。佇咧情感和價值觀的表現,和過去台灣國語政策背景的推動有誠明顯的關係;族群認確實是仰賴「共同來源」,抑是「共同的語言或文化」,來形構「族群想像」,不而過「台灣認同」嘛有可能會取代「四大族群」的認同。也就是講,語言無去會影響著族群界線的改變。
  This study investigates the use of languages, attitudes, and ethnic identity of people born in 1980s in Taiwan. It focuses on (1) the influence of language proficiency, language use, and language attitude; (2) Ethnic identity; (3) The relationship between language use and ethnic attitudes.   According to this study, the language ability and language use of people born in 1980s are already dominated by Mandarin. The expression of emotions and values has a clear relationship with the promotion of Taiwan’s national language policy background in the history.   Ethnic groups rely on parents’ ethnic group sources. However, the "four major ethnic groups" may be replaced by the identity of "Taiwan identity". That is to say, the disappearance of language will affect the change of the ethnic boundaries.
Other Identifiers: G060126005L
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