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作者:方甯芙
作者(英文):Miftakhul Jannah Fajriyah
論文名稱(中文):印尼商店作為第二個家:初探在台印尼移工的家務實踐
論文名稱(英文):Indonesian Store as a Second ‘Home’: Examining Homemaking Practices among Indonesian Migrants in Taiwan
指導教授(中文):晏霖蔡
指導教授(英文):Tsai, Yen-ling
口試委員:劉紀蕙
口試委員(英文):Joyce C.H Liu
Sudarat Musikawong
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立陽明交通大學
系所名稱:亞際文化研究國際碩士學位學程(臺灣聯合大學系統)
學號:0759904
出版年(民國):111
畢業學年度:110
語文別:英文
論文頁數:122
中文關鍵詞:印尼商店家的感覺移民基礎設施跨國移民地點
外文關鍵詞:Indonesian storehomemakingsense of homemigration infrastructuretransnational migration
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印度尼西亞商店, Toko Indo,在印度尼西亞移民的目的地國家很普遍,包括台灣。印尼商店的經營理念各不相同。一些印尼商店主要提供印尼美食和雜貨,其他則提供額外服務,包括匯款和貨運。根據在一家名為印度尼西亞快遞(INDEX)的印度尼西亞商店兼職與進行田野調查的經歷,我認為這些印度尼西亞商店是台灣印度尼西亞移民社群的重要社交和情感支持場所。對於一些印尼移民來說,這些商店甚至是他們的“第二個家”,在他們休假的時候提供暫時性的解脫和隱私。此外,本論文也認為INDEX是一種「移民基礎設施」,在印度尼西亞和台灣之間的匯款流動以及進出口貨物中起著至關重要的中介作用。因此,本文認為像INDEX這樣的印尼商店,除了追求利潤,同時也是貨物、情感以及社會性流通的重要場所。
Indonesian stores, known as Toko Indo, are prevalent in Indonesian migrants’ destination countries, including Taiwan. The business concept of Indonesian stores varies from one to another. While some Indonesian stores mainly serve Indonesian cuisine and groceries, others provide additional services, including remittance and cargo delivery. While working as a part-time worker in an Indonesian store called Indonesian Delivery Express (INDEX), I also conducted 28 months of in-depth ethnographic fieldwork. I observed that these Indonesian stores are important sites of social and emotional support for Indonesian migrant communities in Taiwan. For some Indonesian migrants, these stores even exist as their “second home”, providing momentary relief and privacy during their days off. Moreover, this thesis has found that a business enterprise like INDEX is part of the migration infrastructure that mediates the flow of remittance and goods between Indonesia and Taiwan. Therefore, besides profit-seeking, Indonesian stores like INDEX are also places where various goods, sociality, and emotions are exchanged and circulated.
Table of Contents
Abstract 1
摘要 2
Acknowledgment 3
Table of Contents 4
List of Table 6
List of Figures 7
CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION 8
1. Background 8
2. Literature Review 13
2.1 Indonesian Migrants in Taiwan 13
2.2 Understanding Belonging and Homemaking from a Transnational Migration Perspective 19
2.3 Circulating Money, Goods, and Emotions 21
3. Research Methodology 25
4. Thesis Overview 28
CHAPTER II. BEYOND REMITTANCE AND CARGO SERVICES 30
1. Indonesian Store as Formal Remittance Channel 32
1.1 Offline versus Online Remittances 34
1.2 The Revolution of Mobile Remittance Services 44
1.3 Remittance as Emotional Exchange 50
2. Gifting Practices: Transnational Care-work 59
CHAPTER III. MAKING SECOND HOME AT AN INDONESIAN STORE 67
1. Homemaking and Sense of Belonging 68
2. Negotiating Boundaries in the Store 81
3. A Meeting Point and Resting Space 87
CHAPTER IV. TOKO INDO AS SOURCE OF EMOTIONAL SUPPORT 92
1. Front Staging and Back Staging 93
2. Developing Attachment and Intimacy 103
3. Against Discrimination and Negative Sentiments 107
CHAPTER V. CONCLUSION 116
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