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    Title: 中国と日本における狐文化の比較
    Other Titles: 中日狐文化比較
    A comparison of fox images between Chinese and Japanese cultures
    Authors: 李翊嘉;Lee, I-Chia
    Contributors: 淡江大學日本語文學系碩士班
    田世民;Tien, Shih-min
    Keywords: 狐文化;狐仙信仰;稻荷信仰;the cult of the fox;fox immortal;Inari
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:39:36 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 狐這種動物不管是在中國還是在日本都有著不同於其他動物的存在意義。中國與日本是鄰國,自唐朝以來兩國的交流甚是頻繁,因此在兩國的狐文化上可以看到諸多相似之處。
    Fox this kind of animal has unique symbolic meaning in Japan and in China. Because Japan and China are neighborly nations and keep closed interaction thousand years, their culture influences each other a lot.
    The image of fox in China changed from auspicious creature, mythical creatures to monstrous creature, and it became one of traditional religion in China during this changing period.
    Otherwise, fox is an important role in legends and in fiction novel. Therefore, Fox for Chinese are frightening and worshipful.
    The religion and worship toward fox thrived for thousand years, but declined rapidly in hundred years.
    In Japan, people also had some legends about fox. Through time passed by and influences from China, Japanese fox culture developed its unique scene, especially in aspect of religion.
    Compared with Chinese fox culture decreasing, one of Japanese fox culture influenced by China, Inari faith, became a very important religion in Japanese society.
    This thesis is a comparison of the development about fox culture between Japan and China in different ages, societies, and religions.
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Japanese] Thesis

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