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Title: "中华胶不胶?" :从媒体留言分析探讨马来西亚华人的对中立场 = Sinophobia or Sinophilia? Discussing the identity confusion among Malaysian Chinese : based on the comments analysis
Authors: 李政辉 Lee, Chan Hui
Keywords: Humanities::Language::Chinese
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
Source: 李政辉 Lee, C. H. (2021). "中华胶不胶?" :从媒体留言分析探讨马来西亚华人的对中立场 = Sinophobia or Sinophilia? Discussing the identity confusion among Malaysian Chinese : based on the comments analysis. Final Year Project (FYP), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. https://hdl.handle.net/10356/147035
Abstract: 马来西亚华人的认同研究一直以来都受到学界的关注,关于他们认同课题的研究也十分丰富。一直以来,学界对马来西亚华人认同研究的研究方向都聚焦在马来西亚本国环境内,关注国内政治环境对他们的压迫如何影响他们的本土认同。然而,近几年香港反送中运动等一系列事件爆发后,马来西亚华人的认同趋向又发生了转变,开始在中国与马来西亚之间游走,出现了“中华胶”及“慕洋犬”的网络现象,然而这方面却鲜少受到关注。为了完整马来西亚华人认同研究的版图,本文将尝试回答造成马来西亚华人认同转向的原因,及其趋势。本文将以网络媒体下的留言为研究材料,并以历史脉络为分析依据,探讨马来西亚华人的认同趋势及其成因。The identity studies of Malaysian Chinese has been drawing the attention of the researchers for a long time, that a lot of studies have been conducted until recently. These studies were mainly focusing on the political landscape in Malaysia, namely how the political oppression exerted on Malaysian Chinese would affect their local identity. However, after the Hong Kong Protest 2019, the identity turn had been found among Malaysian Chinese, followed by the phenomenon of “Chinese Gum” and “Western Puppies”, which showed that they are confused about their identity of being Malaysian and Chinese, and few studies were conducted to explore this identity turn. In order to expand the research layout of identity studies on Malaysian Chinese, this paper will aim to answer how this identity turn is formed. Also, this paper will discuss the identity trends of Malaysian Chinese, and the reason that the trend is formed, by analysing the comments they left under the comment sections of media pages, and applying the historical context as the background of the discussion.
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