客家電影《一八九五》的青少年閱聽人解讀與詮釋

Translated title of the contribution: The Signification of Hakka Film in the Interpretation of Hakka Youth

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Abstract

As a common perception of social structure, Hakka films is an important
media through which the young generation receive, understand and construct
the images of Hakka. The purpose of the article is to explore the preferred
meaning hidden in the film, Blue Brave: The Legend of Formosa 1895, and
how the young audience interpret the film. We use three research methods in
this study, including text analysis, focus group discussions and interviews.

The conclusion of the study is in three parts. Firstly, this film
demonstrates the perfect image of a Hakka hero without human weaknesses,
and a clear hierarchy based on ethnic backgrounds. Secondly, the Hakka
youths are more critical of the image of the Hakka hero in the film—in a
harsh and ironic way with and mockery— while the non-Hakka youths
showed a more accepting attitude to the Hakka story and the Hakka hero.

Thirdly, the Hakka youths have more resonance from their special Hakka
pronunciation tone and culture conflicts in everyday life. Overall, the Hakka
youths have the reflexive thinking based on life experiences and does do not
take all the preferred meaning of Hakka story.
Translated title of the contributionThe Signification of Hakka Film in the Interpretation of Hakka Youth
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)135-182
Number of pages48
Journal全球客家研究
Volume7
StatePublished - Nov 2016

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