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|Other Titles: ||The study of cognitive effects of the short-term exchange students from Mainland to Taiwan|
|Authors: ||林瑋莉;Lin, Wei-Li|
|Keywords: ||交換學生;大陸學生;短期交流;社會認知理論;文化交流;Exchange students;Mainland students;Short-term exchange;Social Cognitive Theory;Cultural Exchange|
|Issue Date: ||2012-06-21 06:52:18 (UTC+8)|
In recent years, cross-straits culture exchanges are getting more popular, there are more and more Taiwanese go to China for working, studying and inhabitting in China. Culture exchanges are ususlly held by colleges in Taiwan and China, for example, seminar, study camp and tour. Every year, Taiwanese college students have actural contact with Chinese college students. It can be seen that the trend of cross-straits social exchanges transforms from one-way and partial part to two-way and full contacts. These social exchanges have big impacts on cross-straits social culture and reinforce acknowledges between two civil socity. Also, these social exchanges makes positive influences on peaceful developments of cross-straits and future of society and politics.
Before September, 2011 that the Chinese students are allowed to go to Taiwan for studying, there are thousands of Chinese students studying in each of the colleges in Taiwan in the name of short term study or exchange students program. The stayed period is about half a yeay to one year. Because the stayed period is longer, the students have deeper feelings and experiences on politics, economics, social cultures and environments.
Because of the politics and history factors, the cross straits are governed separately. Therefore, the attitude of the people to the cross-straits becomes an important research topic. This article is about students and is the research about the recognition influences of exchange students.
This research is studied about the Chinese students are social contacted, culture fitted and feelings transformed in Taiwan according to the social recognition theory. Also, this research is studied about whether the ideals, attitudes and identities of the Chinese students are transformed via the actural contacts and social exchanges.
|Appears in Collections:||[中國大陸研究所] 學位論文|
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