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Title: 台灣印尼學生跨文化適應與傳播圖像
The Photography on Cross-Culture Adaptation and Communication of Indonesian Students in Taiwan
Authors: 梁芯櫻
Leonardi, Indri
Contributors: 黃葳威
Huang, Wei-Wei
梁芯櫻
Indri Leonardi
Keywords: 跨文化交流
適應
攝影
印尼學生
Cross-cultural communication
Adaptation
Photography
Indonesian-students
Date: 2018
Issue Date: 2018-08-29 16:05:36 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 跨文化上交流和適應不同國家的風土民情對外籍留學生的生活來說是密不可分的,其中外籍學生包括離開原屬國前往台灣留學的印尼學生。過去有些研究已使用攝影技術來捕捉社會現象例如穆斯林的生活。然而,目前只有少數研究是透過攝影來探討跨文化交流和適應的議題,尤其是印尼學生在台灣求學的部分。由於近年來印尼學生迅速增長,且未來將有更多的印尼學子來台求學,這也是為什麼印尼學生這樣的求學經歷對未來台灣與印尼之間教育合作有極為重大的幫助。因此,作為一名印尼留學生,這是一個很好的機會,透過攝影來觀察與紀錄印尼在台留學生在海外求學時所經歷的跨文化交流與適應。本文嘗試透過攝影來觀察與紀錄印尼學生在台跨文化交流的經歷與適應不同國情的生活。首先,本文採訪了前來台灣留學的印尼學生,拍攝他們如何適應環境與如何展開跨文化交流生活的照片。接下來,選擇幾張相片,用以反映印尼學生在台灣的跨文化交流和適應環境的過程。最後,將這些所選的照片,以展覽的形式展出,展期為一週,並收集訪客的意見回饋與觀點以供進一步的分析。研究結果顯示,在台印尼留學生,如何在日常生活中跨文化學習與適應不同環境,接受不一樣的社會與語言,其中也紀錄了他們學習的歷程以及如何奮鬥並開花結果得其所想達到的成就。這第一筆關於印尼在台留學生的跨文化交流和適應過程的記錄。此研究將有助於未來想來台留學的印尼學生去面對他們來台留學時,將在真實情況和環境中面臨到的問題。 這些發現也有助於計劃來台留學的印尼學生在語言上和社會適應方面做出更好的準備。

關鍵詞:跨文化交流,適應,攝影,印尼學生
Cross-cultural communication and adaptation have been inseparable from life of expatriates, including Indonesian students who left their home country to study in Taiwan. Past studies have used photography techniques to capture social phenomena, such as the life of Muslims. However, only a few studies discussed the cross-cultural communication and adaptation through photography, especially discussing about Indonesian student life in Taiwan. Regarding the Indonesian students’ number growing rapidly these past few years and will be more and more Indonesian students who wanted to come to Taiwan, that’s the main reason why the experiences of Indonesian students will be important for future education collaboration between Taiwan and Indonesia. Therefore, as an Indonesian student, it is a good prospect to observe the process by choosing photography to prove the relation between cross-cultural communication and adaptation from the overseas Indonesian students studying in Taiwan. This thesis attempts to present the cross-cultural communication and adaptation of Indonesian students’ life in Taiwan through photography. First, in this thesis I interviewed the Indonesian students who came to study in Taiwan and took the photographs exhibiting their process of adaptation and cross-cultural communication. The next step was choosing several photos that could capture and represent the process of cross-cultural communication and adaptation of Indonesian students in Taiwan. Lastly, the chosen photos were exhibited for a week in an exhibition. The feedbacks and the points of view from the visitors were collected for further analysis. The results suggest that it has found out the process of cross cultural adaptation in daily life, accepting the society, the language also including the process of struggle and achievement. It was happening among the Indonesian students who are studying in Taiwan. This is the first study which has been recorded the cross-cultural communication and adaptation process of Indonesian students. This project contributes to assist the Indonesian students who want to come to Taiwan, and what exactly they will face in the real circumstances and environment. Practically, the findings also contribute in helping Indonesian students who plan to come to Taiwan to have better preparation in language and social adaptation.

Keywords: cross-cultural communication, adaptation, photography, Indonesian-students
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國立政治大學
傳播學院傳播碩士學位學程
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