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    Title: 中國大陸配偶子女教育問題研究 : 以臺北縣中和市復興國小為例
    Other Titles: A study of the education status of children of spouses from mainland China : a case study of fusing elementary school in Jhonghe city, Taipei county
    Authors: 謝欣翰;Hsieh, Hsin-han
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國大陸研究所碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 外籍配偶;大陸配偶;大陸配偶子女教育問題;Foreign spouses;spouses from Mainland China;education of children of spouses from Mainland China
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2010-09-23 15:01:31 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文主要關注於外籍配偶中的中國大陸配偶,研究者主要利用與陸籍配偶及任課老師的深入訪談所獲得之資料,加上對陸籍配偶子女所做的問卷,來探討其家庭狀況及生活適應問題。主要希望了解復興國小陸籍配偶的現況;復興國小陸籍配偶子女在校之教育問題;復興國小陸籍配偶子女現況,以及復興國小陸籍配偶子女在校現況。
    Of all the foreign spouses in Taiwan, this study focuses only on spouses from Mainland China. By interviewing these spouses and their children’s teachers in the school, and surveying children from these families, information is collected about those children’s family conditions and life adjustment issues. This study presents the current status of spouses from Mainland China in Fusing Elementary School, their children’s education issues, their children’s current situation, and their children’s circumstances in the school.

    The purpose of this study is to reflect the status of education for the children in families where one spouse is from Mainland China. After interviewing, surveying, and analyzing data such as students’ grades, the conclusions are as below:
    1. Family
    a. There is not much difference in age of their parents
    b. Marital relations are good
    c. Spouses from Mainland China have certain level of education
    d. Parent – child relationship is good
    e. Spouses from Mainland China are responsible for educating their children
    f. Children have normal development under good parent–child relationship
    2. Life and interpersonal relationships of spouses from Mainland China
    a. Relationship with their husbands is good
    b. Relationship with their parents-in-law is okay
    c. Interaction with neighbors is good
    d. Not many of them take the free courses the government provides
    3. Children of spouses from Mainland China in the school
    a. Their performance is better than children of other foreign spouses
    b. Their performance is about the same as Taiwanese students; sometimes even better
    c. Spouses from Mainland China have good interaction with their children and they cooperate well with the school
    4. From the teachers
    a. Spouses from Mainland China adapt very well
    b. Their children’s learning ability is greatly influenced by parents
    c. The subsidy from the government for children of spouses from Mainland China should be carefully examined

    This study focuses on the education of the children of spouses from Mainland China; however, there are more issues to be studied for the same group. It is hoped that spouses from Mainland China and their children will obtain a better quality of living in Taiwan.
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