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Textual Memory and Identifications in Ooshen Event


成功大學台灣文學系學位論文 ; 2006年 (2006 / 01 / 01) , P1 - 157


再現認同霧社事件集體記憶Ooshen Eventcollective memoryidentificationrepresentation

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