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    Title: 國民黨文藝政策及其實踐(1928~1981)
    Other Titles: The policy and activities of art and literature of KMT - from 1928 to 1981
    Authors: 封德屏;Feng, Te-ping
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國文學系博士班
    呂正惠;Lu, Cheng-hui
    Keywords: 國民黨文藝政策;文藝政策;文藝體制;文化政策;KMT's literature and art policy;literature and art policy;culture policy;literature and art system
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 05:15:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 一個國家、一個時代的文藝的發展狀況和總體面貌的呈現,應該與統治階級或執政黨所奉行的文化政策密不可分。作為近代中國歷史最久的政黨,中國國民黨在建設國家自有其重大的意義。本論文即在這樣的理念及基礎上,進行其國民黨文藝政策的探討。
    The development and appearance of one nation’s literature and art should be closely associated with the cultural policy which is carried out by the ruling class or the incumbent party. Being the oldest party in modern China, KMT has played a vital role in shaping the future of literature and art policy. The purpose of this dissertation provides an in-depth discussion of the KMT’s literature and art policy.
    The research period covered in this dissertation ranged from 1928, when KMT chose Nanjing as the capital, to 1981, when the Council for Cultural Affairs was established. Therefore, the establishment of the Council for Cultural Affairs marked the end of party-oriented policy. As a researcher, I want to look at the role KMT played in the promulgation of literature, publication and mass media. In other words, this dissertation deals with the KMT’s literary and artistic productions in relation to its policy.
    This dissertation comes in eight parts. Chapter one is my Introduction. Chapters two and three touch on KMT’s literature and art policy in Mainland China in the early Taiwan-Recovery period. Chapters four and five delve into the literature and art system that KMT conducted after they retreated to Taiwan. Chapter six focuses on KMT’s literature and art policy. Chapter seven outlines the influence KMT’s literature and art policy have exerted on Taiwan. In my Conclusion, I look at the continuity and logicality of KMT’s literature and art policy, the failure of KMT’s policy in Mainland China and the accusation of KMT’s policy to counteract the freedom of literature, thought and speech. In short, due attention was not paid too KMT’s efforts in literature and society because of KMT’s failure to keep pace with the progress of the modern world in an age of ideological binarism.
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