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|Title: ||排灣族鼻笛文化之民族誌調查 - 平和排灣的個案研究|
An Ethnographical Result on the Nose Flute Culture of Paiwan - a Case Study of Pinghe Paiwanese
|Issue Date: ||2010-04-23 19:27:21 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: ||至屏東 花蓮 台東田調 探討排灣族的鼻笛笛文化|
Through fieldwork in Pingtung, Taitung and Hualien, the researcher gained first-hand data for this thesis. This thesis introduces the ethnography, environment, material culture, spiritual civilization and social structure of the Paiwan. This research is not limited to the technical aspects of Paiwanese nose flute art, and their playerts, but also discusses the making of nose flutes and the people who are able to play them. The paper discusses the myths and origins of nose flutes and the formation of nose fltue culture. The research focuses on the social function of nose flutes through analysis of the flutes and the symbols they represent. To the Paiwan, nose flutes represent the sound of hundred-pace snakes, the wooing of girls, sorrow and memories, the gathering together of friends and performing of wedding rites. Finally, the research examines the continuity and promotion of nose flute culture, including periods of decline and of changing factores in the culture.
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|Source URI: ||http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0093924009|
|Data Type: ||thesis|
|Appears in Collections:||[台灣研究英語碩士學程(IMTS)] 學位論文|
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