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    Title: 單身女性理想的家
    Other Titles: The ideal home of single women
    Authors: 陳彥儒;Chen, Yen-Ju
    Contributors: 淡江大學未來學研究所碩士班
    陳瑞貴;Chen, Jui-Kuei
    Keywords: ;未婚單身女性;理想的家;性別;遷移;空間;Home;unmarried;single women;the ideal family;Gender;Migration;spatial
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:48:51 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究最主要的目的在於找尋新時代未婚單身女性有關於「家」的新意義,過去對於傳統「家的意義」,女性受到了許多束縛,但是在現在女性地位、教育、經濟能力不斷提高下,她們對於自己的人生有了新的規劃。本研究著眼於來自不同縣市,但卻遷移到台北市工作的未婚單身女性,從她們經驗當中,更清楚地理解她們對於「家」的想法。這些來離鄉背井的女性,有了另外一個專屬於自己的家,那這個家跟在原生家庭的家以及曾經居住的空間,這種空間的遷移過程中,家的條件是如何建立?


    The main purpose of this study is to find a new meaning on "home" for unmarried single women in the new era. In the past, facing the traditional conception of home, women were chained a lot of aspect, however, with the continuous improvements of the social status、 education opportunities, and economic capacity, they have new plans now. This study focuses on those unmarried single women who came from different cities or countryside in Taiwan but move to Taipei just for their careers, co that we may understand more clearly their idea of “home” through their own experiences. These women leave their hometowns and have another “new home” of their own. Yet, how are the conditions of this “new home” connected with the original family and the previous living space environment during the process of moving from their hometowns to their new residences?

    This study analyzes the specific meaning of home through the qualities and functions of home, and then uses qualitative study interviews with 10 subjects, by comparing their original families, their previous living space and their present living environments, in order to figure out their so-called “ideal home”.

    Through analyses and the deep interviews above, this study comes to a conclusion that for these modern unmarried single women, the notions of home are greatly different from the traditional ones. In their eyes, a “home” is a self-relaxing and absolute free space; it can be mobile, and it is no longer an airtight restraint. They have entirely re-annotated their true and ideal home!
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