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    Title: 台灣作家眼中的兒童文學 : 從未來觀點分析
    Other Titles: Children's literature in the eyes of Taiwanese creators : an analysis from futures' perspectives
    Authors: 楊道揆;Yang, Dau-kui
    Contributors: 淡江大學未來學研究所碩士班
    宋玫玫;Song, Mei-Mei
    Keywords: 台灣兒童文學;未來學;半結構式訪談;情節分析;children's literature;futures studies;Scenarios;Semi-structured interview
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:38:50 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 兒童文學應是人成長過程中最先接觸到文化媒介,童話故事也常被兒童所喜愛。而因為其獨特的地理與歷史背景,台灣的兒童文學發展史在過去也與語言文化政策緊密結合,在台灣長達三十八年的戒嚴時期兒童文學與其他文化建設都必須服膺在特定的價值觀之下。


    Children''s literature usually is the first culture media children can reach, and fairy tales are also popular among the children. Due to the special geography and historic context, children''s literature in Taiwan is greatly influenced by culture and language policy during the era of martial law.

    When martial law ended, Taiwanese children''s literature was freed from the political power. However it happens to be the era of globalization, children’s entertainment culture from the west takes over Taiwanese children’s minds, the old native story no longer in youth’s memory, and the modern technology even reshapes children’s reading habits. All of this is bad news for Taiwanese writers, thus, how do they respond to this?

    In this research, the author interviewed 9 different Taiwanese children''s literature writers, and asked their opinion about the past, the present and the future of Taiwanese children''s literature. With the research method of futures studies, the author analyzes the information from the interview and constructs 3 different scenarios to find more possibilities of Taiwanese children''s literature in the future.
    Appears in Collections:[Master's Program, Graduate Institute of Futures Studies] Thesis

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