析香港國民身份教育的困難

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Abstract

香港於1997年7月1日回歸祖國,成為以一國兩制原則運作的一個特別行政區,港人的國籍身份一夜間由英國(海外)轉變成為中國香港。培育學生樂於接受其中國香港國民身份,成為了香港教育界的一個新課題。隨著教改的推動,特區政府於2001年提出“培養學生的國民身份認同”為課程宗旨之一,並明確這是“德育與公民教育”內五個核心價值之一。但按近年多份本地調查結果和學者研究,香港青少年對中國香港的國民身份認同程度依然偏低;特區政府于2010年《施政報告》中提出設立《德育及國民教育科》,卻引起了2012年暑期的反國教風波。此文的目的是回顧和分析香港推行國民身份教育的困難,並就日後加強香港的國民身份教育作出一些建議。
Since the reunion on July 1, 1997 to the mainland China, Hong Kong has become a Special Admin-istrative Region of People’s Republic of China (PRC) under the principle of “One Country, Two Sys-tems”. The nationality of Hong Kong people was transformed from the UK (Overseas) into HKSAR (China) in one night. Nurturing students’ willingness to accept their Chinese Hong Kong national identity has become a new topic of the education sector in Hong Kong. In educational reform, the SAR Government in 2001 announced that “understand their national identity” is one of the seven learning goals of the school curriculum in Hong Kong, and made it clear that it is one of the five priority values and attitudes in the “Moral and Civic Education”. But according to recent findings and researches from scholars, Hong Kong youth remains low in the degree of accepting their na-tional identity. SAR Government in “Policy Address 2010” proposed the establishment of the sub-ject “Moral and National Education” which has caused anti-national education campaign in summer of 2012. The purpose of this article is to review and analyze the difficulties in the implementation of national identity education in Hong Kong and to make recommendations on the national identity education in the future. Copyright © 2014 by author and Hans Publishers Inc.
Original languageChinese
Pages (from-to)112-120
Journal教育進展
Volume4
Issue number5
Early online dateSep 2014
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Citation

胡少偉(2014):析香港國民身份教育的困難,《教育進展》,4(5),頁112-120。

Keywords

  • 國民身份教育
  • 香港的國民教育
  • 香港公民教育
  • National identity education
  • National education in Hong Kong
  • Civic education in Hong Kong
  • Alt. title: Analyzing the difficulties of national identity education in Hong Kong