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標題: 20世紀上半臺中地區閩客族群的分布-幾種日治時期種族祖籍調查的分析比較
The Hoklo and Hakka Ethnic Distribution in the Taichung Area during the Japanese Governance: An Analysis Comparison of Several Native Place Investigations from 1901-1935
作者: 許世融
Shi-Rong Xu
關鍵字: 臺中盆地;漳州客;閩客交界地帶;鄉貫調查;Taichung Basin;Zhangzhou Hakka;border zones between Hoklo and Hakka;native place investigation
Project: 興大人文學報, Issue 52, Page(s) 49-91.
After the Qing Dynasty took over the administration of Taiwan, numerous Hans moved into the Taichung Basin. It gradually became common that Quanzhou people lived near the sea, the Zhangzhou people dwelled in the middle, and the Hakka people resided close to the mountains. The author utilizes the investigated statistic data of the Japanese occupation and examines the validity of the distribution data. It has been discovered that there are several inconsistencies regarding the east edge of the Taichung Basin. It can be inferred that it may be related to the dual community attributes of Zhangzhou immigrants which included the Zhangzhou Hoklo and Zhangzhou Hakka. The investigation of the year 1901 used the classification of native places. The Zhangzhou Hakka were classified as Hoklo. Afterwards, the household surveys mainly classified Min and Hakka. Therefore, the Zhangzhou Hakka was classified into the Hakka group. At the same time, the Zhangzhou Hakka was completely acculturated by Holo during the mid period of Japanese occupation. Consequently, contemporary linguistic scholars classify it into the priority area of Zhangzhou dialect when they conduct research in the area.

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