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The debate on history textbooks in Taiwan: 13, some interesting material from Chou Wan-yao’s facebook site

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光是字數,臺灣史課綱遭修改36.4%,哪裡是「微調」?完全針對臺灣史,為了什麼?

(information provided by Liu Lung-hsin)

這次所謂的「微調」,其實是臺灣史的「大改」,可以說完全針對臺灣史開刀!請看以下數據。

根據一位網友的統計

臺灣史課綱:共2013字,被修改734字

比例36.4% 超過三分之一!

中國史課綱:共3728字,被修改114字;若算清代(含)以前,竟只有28字

比例3.0% 清代以前更僅有0.7%

世界史課綱(含世界文化史兩冊):共5743字,被修改132字;中國文化的996字完全未改

比例2.2%;扣掉中國文化則占2.7%,

說「微調」是障眼法,其實大改特改。所謂「微調內容」還涉及違反專業知識,強迫特定的歷史書寫方式,這是否違反我們社會的思想/表述自由,需要大家來關心!

「微調內容」請見「普通高級中學歷史科課程綱要部分修正表」,連結:http://ppt.cc/FTFd

或見以下的十張圖檔。(圖檔原本很清楚,但放到臉書就變模糊,很抱歉,擬細看的朋友請還是用連結方式看;若連結有問題,煩請賜知。)

劃底線部分是教育部擬增加的「微調」,明顯針對臺灣史。請有興趣的讀者從頭看一遍,先不去討論那樣的「微調」是否背反學術研究,讀者可否看出某種史觀非常清楚地浮現?而其代表性在臺灣社會可以說非常低,但這可是要用來教給我們的高中生的!

Debate on history textbooks in Taiwan: 12, good link collection covering the debate

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98高中歷史課綱‧大家談

 

高中歷史課綱微調已於2014/1/27黑箱通過,2/19起將召開”十二年國教課綱草案公聽會”。敬請網友關心、在此表達想法,也請高中歷史老師多向歷史學科中心建言:history320@gmail.com

 

See http://98history.blogspot.de/.

Special pages on the Phoenix web site by prominent historians

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For a list of special pages on the Phoenix web site by prominent historians see http://news.ifeng.com/history/zhuanjialunshi/index.shtml. These pages mostly cover short articles on specific historical events, at times also texts of a more theoretical nature. Here the list in alphabetical (pinyin) order:

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Web site of the Global History Center of Capital Normal University, Beijing with many articles on global history

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For the web site of the Global History Center of Capital Normal University (首都师范大学全球史研究中心), Beijing, see  http://www.global-history.org/ (Chinese) or http://www.global-history.org/?page_id=20 (English).

For the list of articles on global history see http://www.global-history.org/?cat=7 (Chinese) or http://www.global-history.org/?cat=20 (English).

Web site by descendants of expropriated land owners

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Report about a new web site by the descendants of expropriated land owners that is not part of discussion on how to interpret or write history, but is interesting as a challenge to the revolutionary paradigm of modern Chinese history.

For the web site 《地主之殇》 see www.dizhuzhishang.com.

For reports on this web site see http://www.mingjingnews.com/MIB/news/news.aspx?ID=N000012556 or http://www.rfa.org/cantonese/news/website-12202013094727.html?encoding=simplified.

Web site with banned books on history

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Here a web site with banned books (http://www.bannedbook.org/). For books on historical personalities see http://www.bannedbook.org/forum32/#.Urm68vTexhs, for books on historical events see http://www.bannedbook.org/forum33/#.Urm68_Texhs.