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臺灣大專院校「佛學社團」之研究 (1961-2016)=A Study on Buddhist Clubs in Universities and Colleges in Taiwan(1961-2016)
Author 釋光持 (著)=Saik, Chee-teng (au.)
Source 玄奘佛學研究=Hsuan Chuang Journal of Buddhism
Pages133 - 180
Publisher Url
Location新竹市, 臺灣 [Hsinchu shih, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword周宣德=Zhou Xuan-de; 佛學社團=Buddhist Club; 道場佛學社團=Manda Buddhist Club; 存續功能=Continuing Existence Function
Abstract大專院校「佛學社團」是引導大專青年接觸佛教、推動佛教青年化的最前線。而最有先見、且是「大專青年學佛運動」成功最重要的推手則是周宣德。1960 年他引領臺灣大學學生自主成立全臺第一個「佛學社團」(晨曦學社),並且帶動其他院校成立。其後,八○到九○年代,臺灣的經濟發展與社會逐漸開放,許多佛教寺院也開始介入大專院校,資助並成立「道場佛學社團」。在這段期間,無論是佛學社團或道場社團所舉辦的各項活動和發行的佛學刊物,都對之後臺灣佛教的發展產生重大的影響。

The Buddhist Clubs of Universities and colleges are the frontlines that introduce Buddhism to university and college youth and promote Buddhism youthfulness. Zhou Xuan-De is a person with the greatest foresight and is the most important promoter contributing to the success of the “College youth Buddhism learning movement”. In 1960, Zhou Xuan-De led the university students in Taiwan to independently set up Taiwan’s first “Buddhist club” (NTU Sunrise Club) and promoted the setup in other universities and colleges. Later, with Taiwan’s economic growth and gradual opening up of the society in the 1980s and 1990s, many Buddhist monasteries began to set foot in universities and colleges, funding and establishing the “Manda Buddhist Club”. During this period, whether the various activities organized by Buddhist clubs or manda clubs or the Buddhist publications, all of them have a major influence on Taiwan’s Buddhism development.
The main discussion in this paper does not involve Buddhist universities or secular universities but targets the five stages of “opportunities” arising from the prosperity and downturn of “Buddhist clubs” set up in colleges and universities in Taiwan that are recognized by the Ministry of Education. From development background, operation mode, to continuing existence function, and other aspects, the correlations and differences between “student Buddhist clubs” and “manda Buddhist clubs” were compared. Through field interviews, the value of the function and continuing existence of “Buddhist clubs” under the changing circumstances of the pluralistic society and network culture prosperity were explored.
ISSN18133649 (P); 18133649 (E)
Created date2021.01.19
Modified date2021.01.19

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