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Title: 台灣的道德教育: 小學修身與公民教科書之比較研究 (1920-1960)
Taiwan's Moral Education: Comparative Analysis of Elementary School Ethics and Civics Textbooks (1920-1960)
Authors: 龍偉
McNeil, Drew
Contributors: 李福鐘
Li, Jerome
Drew McNeil
Keywords: 台灣
moral education
textbook analysis
Date: 2014
Issue Date: 2015-03-02 10:18:50 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 在西方傳統上,宗教對個人道德修養扮演重要角色。相反地,由於受到中國儒教傳統的影響,許多亞洲國家認為道德教育列為正規教育重要的一環。自十九世紀末至今,台灣經歷五十年日本政府的殖民階段,後續接受中國國民黨統治,其學童在不同政權下所接受的道德教育為一值得研究的主題。台灣近代的教育系統建立於日本政府殖民時期,之後經過國民黨政府修正。兩個政府都壟斷了教科書的編修與發行,並提供學生免費或價廉的教科書,更透過統一、嚴格的教育系統使得政府發行的教科書變成老師與學生最主要的學習資源,確保執政者之信念在民眾間可獲得推廣。本論文的目的是探討1920年至1960年期間台灣兒童所接受的道德教育。研究的方法是檢視及評估此段期間內,分別由日本殖民政府與國民黨政府所出版的小學修身與公民教科書,我們將對教科書內傳達的道德價值觀進行分析與比較。
In the Western world religion has long played an important role in moral education and self-cultivation. Conversely, in many Asian countries which have been influenced by Chinese Confucian traditions, moral self-cultivation is one of the primary goals of education. Taiwan, which was a Japanese colony for 50 years before coming under the control of the Chinese Nationalist Party, or Kuomintang (KMT), presents a unique case for the study of ethics education, as Taiwanese schoolchildren were exposed to both Japanese and Chinese moral traditions over the course of the 20th century. Taiwan’s modern education system, established by the Japanese and expanded under KMT rule, allowed the ideologies of the two governments to reach a wide audience. Government monopolies on textbook creation, the provision of free or subsidized textbooks to schools, as well as the rigid and uniform nature of the school system all ensured that textbooks would be the primary resource for both students and teachers. This research seeks to examine and evaluate Taiwanese moral education from 1920 through to 1960, a period which covers both Japanese and Chinese rule. The study will be carried out by way of a comparative analysis of elementary school ethics and civics textbooks published under both regimes.
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