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    Title: 宋代四川出版事業研究
    Other Titles: The publication condition research of Song dynasty in Sichuan
    Authors: 黃千修;Huang, Chien-hsiu
    Contributors: 淡江大學漢語文化暨文獻資源研究所碩士班
    吳哲夫;Wu, Che-fu
    Keywords: 蜀刻本;宋代四川;雕版文化;Song Dynasty;Publication Condition;Sichuan
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 05:03:21 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文撰述主要依據歷史文獻資料作為研究進路,以宋代為時代背景,就社會環境進行區域性研究。鎖定四川地區為範圍,藉由四川蜀刻刊本之相關文本作分析,交叉比對同質性與相異性,以歷史研究法,就直接資料的書志、圖錄;間接資料如諸家藏書志、相關論著蒐羅考訂,再者分別歸納、整理、分析,期使四川地區雕版印刷的發展源流、刊印內容及文化影響,獲得較具體、有系統的評述。
    This thesis documents the history of the Sichuan woodcut printing, including its origin, style, text and the impact on regional culture, through an inter-textual examination of diverse documents of the Dynasty Sung based on the primary as well as secondary sources of the fieldwork in Sichuan region. The first part of the thesis traces back to the ancient copy of “Shu” (the shorter name for the region Sichuan) woodcut printing from Dynasty Sung to Tang. It studies the development of the “Shu print” from its original form to varied versions of later periods. The second part of the thesis analyses the correlation between the external factors, economic and geographical, and the development of woodcut printing industry of Dynasty Sung in Sichuan region. The data is collected based on the sources of historical records, government documents, local chronicles and so on within the framework from Tung through to Five Generations and Sung Dynasties. It is believed the impact of such external social factors contributed to a flourishing printing industry which led to a distinctive gentry’s culture in the Sichuan region of these periods in particular. The third part of the thesis focuses on the documentation of publications on Shu print of Dynasty Sung. It covers, thanks to the hard work by academics in the past, a comprehensive list of printed works and bibliographies from both public and private collections in libraries of China and Taiwan. The fourth part of the thesis explores the historical background and some external factors, all of which characterize the Shu print of Dynasty Sung, for example, the active interactions between local and other people outside the region and the local support for the government printing policy. The fifth part of the thesis studies the historical aspect and correlation to the contemporary culture. It seeks to picture the distinctive Sichuan woodcut printing culture which indicates the impact and the role of printing industry to the contemporary society.
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