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論文名稱(外文):Comparison of Dressing Preferences between Han Taiwanese Male and Solomon Islands Malaita Male
指導教授(外文):HSI-HSUN TSAI
外文關鍵詞:Dressing preferencesBody shapeCultureImage
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In the past several researches had been already done on this topic of dressing, but none have taken step to look into the dressing style of Taiwan the “Hans (漢人)” or people and Solomon Islands tribe (Malaita people). Specifically speaking in this research, the main objective is to analysis by comparing the similarity and differences in dressing style of both male from these two countries.
It was hypothesized that individual preference, body size, Colonialism, Christianity and globalization does have effect on the dressing style with an economic effect as well from traditional dressing style to modern style.
It has been for many years that cultures, the way of life that our ancestors have been living and practice has a vital reflection on the way we live today. History always teaches us that to better understand the present and the future we have to look back on the past, events that happens to better cultivate and understand why we us human being live the way we live today.
Many researchers also conducted research based on history, cultures, dressings, on some ethnic groups around the world in order for them to find solutions or answers for a particular question. In this case the research paper also deals with the similarities and also differences on the dressing style between Taiwan Han people and the Solomon Islands Malaita people especially male.
This paper goes on to discussed the impact of Christianity and also colonialism on the dressing style between the male of these two countries as well, furthermore added to that is how globalization changes the dressing preferences as well.
This research was motivated by three main questions Firstly, the influences of colonialism, missionaries, has affected the dressing style of both male of Taiwan “Hans (漢人)” people which has the majority population in Taiwan and the Solomon Islands tribe known as the Malaita people? Secondly, whether the body types also have an effect on the way both male from these two countries dressing preference? Thirdly, does the economic factors contributes to the dressing preferences as well?
What makes this topic so motivated and interesting is that both Solomon Islands known as the Malaita people and the Taiwan “Hans(漢人)” people also has their owned clothing habits and preferences for a long time.
This study is more focused on comparison on similarities and differences on the clothing between the “Hans(漢人)” people and the Solomon Islands the Malaita people. The findings in this study may help and also provides good insights for individuals or future researchers who more interested to look into the dressing styles and dressing preference of the two countries male especially the “Han’s people” and the Solomon Island “Malaita people”. More over this study provides a very well perspectives of both locals in terms of entrepreneurship of clothing business in both countries.
1.1 Background 1
1.2 Purpose 3
1.3 Process 3
1.4 The Process Explanation 4
2.1 Definition 5
I. Culture 5
II. Preference Definition. 6
III. Aesthetic Preference. 6
2.2. History 7
2.2a History of Taiwan 7
2.2b Solomon Islands History 12
2.3 Clothing 19
2.3a Asia Pacific Region 19
2.3b Comparison between Taiwan (漢人) Han People Clothing and Solomon Islands Malaita People. (Fundamentals of Clothes) 25
2.4 Body, Image and Age 31
3.1 HYPOTHESIS TESTING (Dressing Preferences) 34
3.2 Qualitative Research Method 34
I. Questionnaire Survey method 34
II. Image or Picture Response 35
3.3 Question explanation 35
Section A: Dress Code Preferences 35
Section B: (Age and Body Image) 42

Bibliography 53
Appendix 60

Table 1: Here is an outline of the Han Chinese groups immigrates to Taiwan 9
Table 2: Ethnic Groups in Solomon Islands 16
Table 3: Showing the religion in the Solomon Islands in percentage 17
Table 4: Showing the religion beliefs in Taiwan in percentage 18
Table 5: Similarities of dressing styles for both Hans Taiwanese and the Solomon Islands male 27
Table 6: Differentiation of dressing styles between Han Taiwanese and Solomon Islands Malaita male 28
Table 7: Materials that used for clothes between Han’s people and Solomon Islands people 31
Table 8: In depth questionnaire survey and Picture responses 34
Table 9: Responses to question 1 36
Table 10: Response to question 2 37
Table 11: Response to question 3 38
Table 12: Response to question 4 40
Table 13: Response to question 5 41
Table 14: Response to question 6 42
Table 15: Response to question 7 43
Table 16: Response to question 8 44
Table 17: Response to question 9 44
Table 18: Body Image 1 46
Table 19: Body Image 2 46
Table 20: Body Image 3 47

Figure 1: This is a step-by-step process on how this research being designed from the starting to the conclusion and recommendations. 3
Figure 2: Male worriers from Malaita dressing in (Lavalava) for battles in 1880-1890 14
Figure 3: The worshipers at St Mary’s Church at Pioneer, outside Mackay, in the early 1900s. 16
Figure 4: A portrait of Reverend Robertus Junius, he is amongst the first missionaries to arrive in Taiwan during the Dutch colonial era. 17
Figure 5: Photograph of a Taiwanese family dressing in different style of clothing. (In order from left to right) kimono, right-buttoned shirt, front-opening shirt, suit, Western-style children’s dress, school uniform. 21
Figure 6: Short front-opening shirt, long pants, and riding jacket for Hans (male) 21
Figure 7: Kimono (male) introduce by Japanese in Taiwan in the 1930s 22
Figure 8: Suits (male) introduces by Japanese in the meiji restoration, widely accepted in Taiwan in the 1920s. 22
Figure 9: The Tapa Cloth that made from the bark tree. 24
Figure 10: A traditional tapa cloth made from bark tree 24
Figure 11: Solomon Islands delegation worn male suits to the Independence 25
Figure 12: Three types of male body images 32
Figure 13: Ranking of dress code of male from a perspective of Taiwan male and Solomon Islands male, this dress codes or dressing style are arranging from 1 to 14. participants are then asking to response to the question according to the pictures that is provided 36
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