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dc.contributor.author陈苗苗 Chen, Miao Miao
dc.description.abstract1948 年,英国殖民政府在马来亚推行“马来亚化”政策以有效地管理当地华人社群。这也是“马来亚化”一词最初的出现。仿佛要回应该制度在当时所培养的本地意识及随后所营造的独立诉求,一份在 1955 年创立并具有浓厚马来亚气息的文刊——《蕉风》便踊跃地在文学上实践马来亚化。作为一份有时代背景,地域特性的文学文本,它不仅有着一定的研究价值,文献方面也有高度的真实性与代表性。在当时马来亚独立将临的语境下,由一批南来文人携手共办的这份刊物,强烈地反映了对马来亚的在地情怀,尤其是初期的几年(1955-1959)。本文旨在集中地探索《蕉风》的马来亚化,通过相关作品以两大主线,即《蕉风》的本土定位及其对于新国家的想望主张,来考察拥有本地性关怀的《蕉风》对理想家园的塑造。第一部分中,本文将主要从本土认同与对争取独立自治国的投入度,探视刊物对迎接新国家所做的基本准备与调适。第二部分则将梳理刊物在确认本土定位后,所必然产生的在此特殊社会环境生活之憧憬,从而体现其中对塑造安乐居住国的热衷与用心。The term “Malayanization” was first introduced as a policy by the British colonial government in 1948 in an attempt to effectively control the Chinese communities in Malaya. In 1955, the Malayanization concept and its related call for independence was further responded by the establishment of a magazine, Chao Foon which actively incorporated many local elements in its publications. Being a historical magazine it is of research value and also serves as reliable source of reference, representative of a significant period. Under a pre-independence Malaya background, Chao Foon, then managed by some immigrant Chinese writers displayed enthusiasm while advocating Malayanization, this is especially evident for the year 1955-1959. As such, through inspecting Chao Foon’s Malayanization, this paper will primarily focus on two parts to examine its efforts in moulding a new homeland. The first part will explore the basic national issue of local identity and involvement in striving for independence, so as to shed light on the preparations or adaptations made in welcoming a newly formed state, while the second part will address the envisioning of a nation, particularly involving the settlement into a multicultural society, thereby revealing Chao Foon’s dedication and concern in creating an idealized homeland.en_US
dc.format.extent47 p.en_US
dc.rightsNanyang Technological University
dc.title《蕉风》的马来亚化 (1955-1959) = Chao Foon’s Malayanization (1955-1959)en_US
dc.typeFinal Year Project (FYP)en_US
dc.contributor.schoolSchool of Humanities and Social Sciencesen_US
dc.description.degreeBachelor of Artsen_US
dc.contributor.supervisor2Hee Wai Siamen_US
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