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Title: 英屬錫蘭種姓制度中因汽車造成之社會流動: 地景價值變化與僧伽羅社會變遷
Social Mobility in a Caste System in Relation to Motor Cars in British Ceylon: Changing Values of Landscape and Sinhalese Social Transformation
Authors: 丁莉庭
Wijesuriya, Mutukuda Wijesuriya Arachchige Dinithi Nadeera
Contributors: 官大偉
卜道

Daya Kuan
David Blundell

丁莉庭
Mutukuda Wijesuriya Arachchige Dinithi Nadeera Wijesuriya
Keywords: 英屬錫蘭
19 世紀末至 20 世紀中葉
機動車輛
主位研究法
歷史人
類學
僧伽羅 各種姓
社會轉型
景觀感知
橫向與縱向流動
British Colonial Ceylon
Late 19th century to mid-20th century
Motor cars
Emic approach
Historical anthropology
Sinhalese castes
Social transformation
Perception of landscape
Horizontal mobility
Vertical mobility
Date: 2021
Issue Date: 2022-03-01 18:10:46 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 摘要
本研究是對英屬錫蘭僧伽羅人各種姓群體中社會流動性之調查。基於英國人為追求其殖民經濟 事業而引入錫蘭種種所帶來之機會,本研究側重於與種姓制度平行之社會組織制度之發展。僧 伽羅種姓制度是基於對傳統種姓職業之遵守,而英國引進之技術使某些低種姓得以填補新職位, 獲得成功並採用英國之新技術成為自己之技能。
本論文之重點是僧伽羅各種姓對英國引進之機動車輛之採用。本人提出,居住在沿海低 地之僧伽羅低種姓,與歐洲殖民企業有更多之接觸,更有可能將機動車輛用作個人交通工具, 並且主要負責機動車輛之進口。另一方面,居住地遠離海岸、享受傳統政治影響之高種姓發現 其狀況滯後,因此也將機動車輛用於自己之種姓環境。本論文是對錫蘭之機動車輛首次進行全 面研究。其方法要求分析發生橫向與縱向流動之僧伽羅人採用和使用機動車輛之相關現象。本 人在研究中利用歷史及人類學之觀點。本研究就英國殖民時期之人員、交通、所有權和個人使 用機動車輛情況進行了訪談來收集數據。
本人用主位法來解釋僧伽羅社會結構轉型之過程及歷史景觀概念化之變化。本人從主位 法之角度提供了關於僧伽羅種姓結構變化之洞見。本研究有助於提供從 19 世紀末到 20 世紀中 葉島上新社會轉型之資訊。
This research is an investigation of the social mobility which occurred in the Sinhalese caste groups of British Colonial Ceylon. It focuses on the development of a parallel system of social organization to that of the caste system, based on opportunities arising from British introductions to Ceylon in pursuit of their colonial economic enterprises. The Sinhalese caste system is based on adherence to traditional caste-based occupations, and the technology introduced by the British enabled certain lower castes to fill new niches, prosper, and adopt the new British technology as their own.
This dissertation focuses on the adoption of the British-introduced motor car by Sinhalese castes. I propose to show that the lower Sinhalese castes, living in the coastal lowlands, who had more contact with the European colonial enterprise, were more likely to adopt the motor car for personal transportation, and were primarily responsible for importing motor vehicles. On the other hand, the higher castes who lived away from the coasts, and who enjoyed traditional political influence, found themselves falling behind in status, and so too adopted the motor car for their own caste contexts. This is the first comprehensive study of motor cars in Ceylon. The methodology has required the analysis of related phenomena to the adoption and usage of the motor car by Sinhalese with horizontal mobilty and vertical mobilty. For my research, I utilize historical and anthropological perspectives. The research gathered its data through interviews about the people, transportation, ownerships, and personal use of motor vehicles during the British colonial period.
I have used the emic approach to interpret the process of Sinhalese social structure transformation and the changes in the historical landscape conceptualization. And I have provided insight from emic approaches to understanding Sinhalese caste structural changes and this research serves to provide new social transformation on the island from the late 19th century to the mid-20th century.
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