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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 9, September 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



An Analysis Of The Origin Of Fahua Name From The Perspective Of Social Trends And The Implicit Egocentric Effect

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AUTHOR(S)

Zhouzhiwen, Sone Simatrang, Eakachat Joneurairatana, Ninggang

 

KEYWORDS

Fahua, Custom, implicit, egocentric, effect

 

ABSTRACT

In the past few years, there have been few professional scholars who have studied fahua technique. The origin of the term "fahua" technique has not been determined by the academic community. Existing research is mainly based on empirical description, lack of subject awareness and theoretical discussion, coupled with bottlenecks such as the difficulty of the fahua technique itself and the special painting technique, it is making fahua technique has been stagnant in the field of traditional crafts. The author uses the literature survey method to reorganize and summarize the beginning of the name of fahua wares rationalize the explanation of fahua name through psychological theory, and point out the inextricable connection between the name "fahua wares" and the enamel process. At the same time, it has a great connection with the psychology of word-making at the time.

 

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