Hakka Culture and Society Program

1. The Hakka Culture and Society Program provides courses that help NCTU students gain a thorough grounding and professional training in Hakka culture as well as in sociology. This program emphasizes fundamental knowledge about Hakka society and culture such as Hakka language, history of migration, literature and social and cultural significance of Hakka people in contemporary society. Through this training, students are expected to learn cultural experiences of Hakka people in the context of globalization.

2. The Hakka Culture and Society Program is designed collaboratively by the Department of Humanities and Social Science and the Department of Communication and Technology. All Students of NCTU approved by the College of Hakka Studies are welcome to take the program and will be awarded a certificate after completing 18 credits.

Curriculum(Academic Year 20164)

Hakka Culture and Society Program 

Provided by the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Department of Communication and Technology

Program Supervisor: Prof. Ying-Zhang Chuang (Ext.58031), Dean of the College of Hakka Studies

Program manager: Mei-Hua Fan (Ext.58033), the College of Hakka Studies

 

Couse Pts. Note
Introduction to Hakka Society and Culture 3 Required
Basic Hakka Language (I) (II) 6 Elective
Intermediate Hakka Language (I) (II) 4
Drama and Hakka 3
Hakka Literature 3
Religion Symbols and Hakka 3
Hakka and Gender 3
Hakka, Identity , and Social Movements 3
Hakka and Community Studies 3
Local History and Historical Article Writing:Special Topic on Hakka 3
Hakka and Narratology 3
Hakka and Holo Architecture 3
Hakka Culture Economy and Tourism 3
Hakka Culture and Local Knowledge 3
Hakka Language and Culture 3
Hakka Ethnicity Image Studies 3
Oral history and biography Writing:Special Topic on Hakka 3
Cultural Industry in Hakka Taiwan 3
Hakka and Persuasive Communication 3
In-depth reporting on Hakka 3
Hakka and Communication Technology 3

Note: Some syllabi are in Chinese

 

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