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UGEC2945F 香港史:從殖民地到特別行政區

Summer Semester (2021-2022)

Lecture TimeThursday & Tuesday 1430-1615

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LanguageCantonese

Lecturer FOK Yeung Yeung

Course Description

本科從歷史觀點探討香港自開埠以來之發展,著重分析香港在社會結構、宗教文化、經濟發展等各領域的演變以及其中在近現代中國歷史進程中的角色。

 

學習目標

  1. 增加學生對於香港本地歷史發展及香港在近現代中國歷史發展歷程中的角色。
  2. 加深學生對香港政治、經濟、社會及文化各領域的歷史認知。
  3. 培養學生對於選取及分折歷史資料的思維能力。
  4. 擴闊學生的知識層面及加強其與香港社會的聯繫。
  5. 鼓勵學生在日常生活中應用所學的知識和史料分析技巧。

 

Syllabus

 

簡介:甚麼是香港史?

鴉片戰爭與香港開埠

殖民地管治初期的政經體系發展

華洋二元統治:華人社會組織的形成與發展

香港的多元宗教與族裔

香港淪陷及日佔時期

戰後香港的政治和經濟發展

戰後歷史的分水嶺:暴動歲月

1970年代社會和經濟的改革

戰後香港通俗文化的發展和傳播

十一

1990年代的政治、經濟和社會變化

十二

香港文化遺產的保護和利用

十三

總結

 

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Assessment & Assignments

 

  1. 期終測驗 (40%)

暫訂於28/6舉行。

 

  1. 家課式論文考試 (60%)

論文字數要求為5000字 (註釋及參考書目不計算在內)。完成的答卷需要在5/7下午六時前連同VeriGuide 收據繳交至Blackboard 系統。

Tutorials

本課程不設導修。

References

評級描述 (只提供英文版本)

 

Grade

Overall course

A

Outstanding performance on all learning outcomes.

A-

Generally outstanding performance on all (or almost all) learning outcomes.

B

Substantial performance on all learning outcomes, OR high performance on some learning outcomes which compensates for less satisfactory performance on others, resulting in overall substantial performance.

C

Satisfactory performance on the majority of learning outcomes, possibly with a few weaknesses.

D

Barely satisfactory performance on a number of learning outcomes

F

Unsatisfactory performance on a number of learning outcomes, OR failure to meet specified assessment requirements.

 

參考書目

 

王賡武編。《香港史新編》(上、下冊)。香港:三聯書店(香港)有限公司,1997。

 

余繩武、劉蜀永主編。《十九世紀的香港》。香港:麒麟書業有限公司,1994。

 

余繩武、劉蜀永主編。《二十世紀的香港》。香港:麒麟書業有限公司,1995。

 

蔡榮芳。《香港人之香港史,1841-1945》。香港,牛津大學出版社,2001。

 

謝均才編。《我們的地方,我們的時間:香港社會新編》。香港:香港牛津大學出版社,2002年。

 

Carroll, John M. (高馬可). A Concise History of Hong Kong. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007.

 

Endacott, G. B. (安德葛). A History of Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1958.

 

Faure, David, ed. A Documentary History of Hong Kong: Society. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 1997.

 

Faure, David, and Pui-tak Lee, eds. A Documentary History of Hong Kong: Economy. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2004.

 

Faure, David (ed.). Hong Kong: A Reader in Social History(香港社會史讀本). Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 2003.

 

Ho, Pui-yin. The Administrative History of the Hong Kong Government Agencies, 1841-2002. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2004.

 

Smith, Carl. A Sense of History: Studies in the Social and Urban History of Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Educational Pub. Co., 1995.

 

Tsang, Steve. A Documentary History of Hong Kong: Government and Politics. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 1995.

 

Tsang, Steve. A Modern History of Hong Kong. London; New York: I.B. Tauris, 2004.

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