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Lmuhuw, an Oral Tradition of the Tayal Tribe
Tayal tribe;oral tradition;Lmuhuw;migration
|Issue Date:||2019-03-26 09:57:13 (UTC+8)|
In traditional Tayal culture, Lmuhuw is the tradition by which social norms, historical records, and cultural transmission were passed down in the ancestral language by narration or song. With rapid, dramatic cultural change, the survival of improvised Lmuhuw is constrained by the vitality of the language and the environment in which it is used. Little academic research has been done on Lmuhuw, mostly collecting and recording data. This dissertation begins by combing and organizing all the available data on Lmuhuw, a total of 58 work. I have set 1989 as a divider for analysis of data before and after this date. Following is a discussion of the literature and transmission of the new Lmuhuw which has arisen in the past eight years; from important plans to accumulated results, this is an important field for continued work on Lmuhuw. The dissertation concludes with the central concept of Lmuhuw, migration, and analysis of musical phenomena to expound on the accomplishments of related research.
|Relation:||民族學界, 42, pp.189-228|
|Appears in Collections:||[民族學界(民族學報)] 期刊論文|
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