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Title: 融贯新中 :以新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会《华汇》探析新加坡新移民的多重认同 = Integration and unification : an analysis on multiple identities of new immigrants in Singapore through “Oneness” magazine
Authors: 刘佳惠 Liu, Jia Hui
Keywords: Humanities::General
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
Abstract: 长久以来,新加坡因发展考量,为解决人口问题以及维持长期经济增长抱持国家竞争力而不断地引入新移民。而一个国家的核心便在于建立国家认同,国民上下统一才能使国家稳定发展。因此,新加坡新移民的身份认同问题至关重要,关乎国家认同的建立以及国家融洽与发展。本文受王赓武教授所提出的“多重认同”概念的启发,以新加坡宗乡会馆联合总会发行的《华汇》这本期刊,探讨新移民的“多重认同”。之后,以个案分析“多重认同”在新移民身上如何被展现,加深对新移民“多重认同”的了解以大程度消除融入隔阂。Singapore has been continuously introducing new immigrants to aim to tackle population issues and maintain long-term economic growth and national competitiveness due to its development considerations. At the same time, the core of a country lies in the establishment of national identity, so to achieve sustainable development. Therefore, the identity of new immigrants in Singapore is crucial to the establishment of national identity and the harmony and development of the country. Inspired by the concept of “multiple identities” put forward by Professor Wang Guangwu, this paper explores the “multiple identities” of new immigrants in the light of the journal “Oneness” published by the Singapore Federation of Chinese Clan Associations (SFCCA). Finally, this paper analyses how “multiple identities” are manifested in new immigrants by case studies to understand further the concept of “multiple identities” and eliminate the integration gaps in Singapore.
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