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研究生:Nurul Utami
研究生(外文):Nurul Utami
論文名稱:Start-ups of Etnic Business in Hualien City: The Case Study of Indonesian Female Migration
論文名稱(外文):Start-ups of Etnic Business in Hualien City: The Case Study of Indonesian Female Migration
指導教授:張瓊文張瓊文引用關係
指導教授(外文):Chiung-Wen Chang
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立東華大學
系所名稱:臺灣文化學系
學門:社會及行為科學學門
學類:區域研究學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2016
畢業學年度:104
論文頁數:92
中文關鍵詞:Indonesian migrantsHualien Cityethnic businesseveryday mattersethnic community
外文關鍵詞:Indonesian migrantsHualien Cityethnic businesseveryday mattersethnic community
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Abstract
This thesis is to explore the Indonesian female migration who start ups ethnic business in Hualien City. Further attention is paid to the daily activity of the owners, costumers and neighborhood as well as considers possible factors which contribute to the ethnic business in Hualien City. The study aims to provide the information about both everyday matters and Indonesian ethnic business for migrant and local people. Activity occurs between personal and personal, personal and group then group and group. In everyday practices entrepreneurs first accommodate the basic material need of migrant workers and develop social cohesion among them. Second, entrepreneurs engage in mutual relationship in their developing ethnic social networks in Hualien City. In doing so, it aims to establish a framework of analysis for describe which moves beyond to everyday matters in the shop among Indonesian communities both in sociality and materiality aspect. For its framework, the study drawn on the marriage migration, migration in the everyday matters perspective, map to see the located of Indonesian shops around Hualien City and discussion of the role of the every Indonesian shop engage with social relations and material cultures. This paper is based on the fieldwork with observations of participants’ daily activities from May to December 2015. The fourteen participants including owners, employees, customers and cadres conducted to in- depth and open- ended interviews. According to this study, I find the variety ways how the Indonesian shops in Hualien City developed. Then the location of Indonesian shops showed the strategic business for easy to reach their customers. Last but not least the important role of Indonesian shops to provide from the commodity, food, remittance, religious services until forming an ethnic organization/ community.
Key Words: Indonesian migrants, Hualien City, ethnic business, everyday matters, ethnic community

Abstract
This thesis is to explore the Indonesian female migration who start ups ethnic business in Hualien City. Further attention is paid to the daily activity of the owners, costumers and neighborhood as well as considers possible factors which contribute to the ethnic business in Hualien City. The study aims to provide the information about both everyday matters and Indonesian ethnic business for migrant and local people. Activity occurs between personal and personal, personal and group then group and group. In everyday practices entrepreneurs first accommodate the basic material need of migrant workers and develop social cohesion among them. Second, entrepreneurs engage in mutual relationship in their developing ethnic social networks in Hualien City. In doing so, it aims to establish a framework of analysis for describe which moves beyond to everyday matters in the shop among Indonesian communities both in sociality and materiality aspect. For its framework, the study drawn on the marriage migration, migration in the everyday matters perspective, map to see the located of Indonesian shops around Hualien City and discussion of the role of the every Indonesian shop engage with social relations and material cultures. This paper is based on the fieldwork with observations of participants’ daily activities from May to December 2015. The fourteen participants including owners, employees, customers and cadres conducted to in- depth and open- ended interviews. According to this study, I find the variety ways how the Indonesian shops in Hualien City developed. Then the location of Indonesian shops showed the strategic business for easy to reach their customers. Last but not least the important role of Indonesian shops to provide from the commodity, food, remittance, religious services until forming an ethnic organization/ community.
Key Words: Indonesian migrants, Hualien City, ethnic business, everyday matters, ethnic community

Table of Contents

Abstract i
Acknowledgements ii
Table of Contents iii
List of Tables and Figures vi
List of Pictures vii
List of Abbreviations viii
List of Glossary ix
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 Background 1
1.2 Objective of research 4
1.3 Organization of the thesis 5
CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW 7
2.1 Female migration 7
2.2 Migration and everyday practices 9
2.3 The sense of belonging 13
2.4 Conclusion 15
CHAPTER THREE METHODOLOGY 17
3.1 Introduction 17
3.2 Methodological consideration: qualitative approach 17
3.3 The practices of research 18
3.4 Positionality 29
3.5 Conclusion 31
CHAPTER FOUR AN OUTLINE OF INDONESIAN COMMUNITY 33
4.2 Migrant Owned the Indonesian Shops in Hualien City 34
4.2.1 The Ayen Shop 37
4.2.2 The Yani Shop 39
4.2.3 The Indosuara Shop 43
4.3.1 The Majelis Ta’lim Nurul Iman Hualien (MTNIH) 46
4.3.2 The Forum Mahasiswa Muslim Indonesia di Taiwan (FORMMIT) 49
4.3.3 Indosuara Peduli (Indosuara Care) 50
4.3.4 Indonesian Students Association (ISA) 52
4.4 Conclusion 53
CHAPTER FIVE EVERYDAY PRACTICES OF INDONESIAN COMMUNITY 55
5.1 Materiality 55
5.1.1 Food 57
5.1.2 Commodities 59
5.1.3 Remittance and delivery of package service 61
5.1.4 Karaoke room, photos, posters, magazines, books and written religious texts 65
5.2 Sociality 68
5.3 Emotionality 74
5.4 Conclusion 77
CHAPTER SIX CONCLUSION 79
6.1 Entrepreneurship and women power 79
6.2 Build-up of the ethnic community in Hualien 80
6.3 Further avenues 82
BIBLIOGRAPHY 85
APPENDIX A LIST OF INTERVIEWEES 89
APPENDIX B PROPOSED QUESTIONS FOR INTERVIEW 90


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