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    Title: 宋代謫宦之研究 : 以海南流放文化為中心
    Other Titles: A study on relegated officials in the Song dynasty : the exile culture of Hainan
    Authors: 王君鑫;Wang, Chun-Hsin
    Contributors: 淡江大學歷史學系碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 流放;海南;謫宦;流放文化;exile;Hainan;relegated official;exile culture
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 18:38:33 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在中國傳統政治中,流放是一種獨特的政治現象。宋代於海南島設置四州軍有瓊、崖(吉陽軍)、儋(昌化軍)、萬(萬安軍),「海南」一詞,宋代已常見於文人筆記與眾多詩文中,所指區域亦是海南島。在海中洲上的海南島,以帝王、帝都的角度來解釋:這是個徙之遠方,放使生活的最佳地點。對於這些謫宦來說,海南島這個貶謫地其路途遙遠,條件艱苦,文化落後,也造成他們的身心雙重磨難。
    In traditional Chinese politics, exile is an unique political feature. In the Song Dynasty, the central government established four different troops in Hainan. At that time, the place, Hainan, literally meaning “South of the Sea” is commonly seen in various literary prose and poems. From the perspectives of the Emperor and the capital city, Hainan is a remote enough to be a perfect location for exile. However, for relegated officials, the journey to Hainan is long and dangerous, not to mention the place itself is seriously less developed. In other word, living in Hainan poses a great burden to these officials physically and psychologically.
    In the Song Dynasty, there are a great number of relegated officials residing in Hainan. Therefore, after they have overcome all obstacles facing them in the life, they form a special cultural community here. This unique exile culture of Hainan consists of these officials’ knowledge of interacting with the natural and social environment surrounding them. Moreover, the culture is also affected by the local minority tribes.
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