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Title: 国家机器中的冲突 :1945-1955年新加坡教育的“马来亚化” = Conflicts within state apparatus : 1945-1955 “Malayanisation” of Singapore education
Authors: Liu, Dave
刘士贤 Liu, Dave
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: 1945-1955 年新加坡的社会运动与反殖民运动频频发生,这导致国家内部机制无法正常运作。国家内在的政治因素与大环境的政治因素两者之间的冲突造成新加坡经济的放缓。新加坡社会中不同的政治意识形态的存在造成英殖民政府与政党之间的冲突,而社会不稳定的状态让当时种族之间的关系恶化。最重要的,国家机器内部的复杂关系对于新加坡的教育带来巨大的影响。为此,本文将通过哲学家路易·阿尔都塞的意识形态理论来探讨国家机器与意识形态之间的关系。另外,笔者会进一步分析国家机器如何通过改变新加坡的教育政策和华校的教科书来解除国家机器内部的冲突,最终建构一个“马来亚化”的国家。In 1945-1955, rising social unrest and anti-colonial sentiments resulted in the dysfunction of the state apparatus then. In addition, the conflicts between the political factors within and outside Singapore led to the slowing down of Singapore’s economy. The differing points of view regarding Singapore’s governance led to disagreement between the British government and the different political parties in Singapore. All those tensions subsequently resulted in deteriorating race relations among people in Singapore. Most importantly, the complexity interplay of the respective factors of the state apparatus led to great changes in Singapore’s education system. Therefore, using Marxist philosopher Louis Althusser’s theory in this thesis will help to discuss the relationship between the state apparatus and ideology. At the same time, this paper will explore how the state apparatus resolved the social conflicts through the changes in the educational policies and contents in Chinese textbooks, leading to a pro-Malayan state.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10356/66089
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
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