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The Impact of Social Ecology on Childrens Play of


Taiwan after World War

Shu-Chu Sylvia Yang


Professor of ECE in the National ChiaYi
University

Tsai Chia-Yen
Teacher of ECCE in the Tatung Institute
of Commerce and Technology

Abstract
This study was to explore the different periods of social and ecological impacts of children's play in
Taiwan after WW. The research methods were included literature analysis and document analysis.
The findings were as follows.
1.

Childrens play materials, play location, playmates, and play time were affected by the growth of
economy, the change of lifestyle, the universalization of education in Taiwan after WW.

2.

Play location shifted from outdoors to indoors.

3.

Play materials were from the natural environment readily obtained and produced by their own into
the commercialization and technology-based toys.

4.

In an agricultural society, play with the similar age group of peers, into industrial and commercial
society, small groups of brothers and sisters in the play, into scientific and technological society,
individual-based solitary play

5.

The obsession to make childrens play in different periods of time has been reduced.

Keywords: After WW, Social ecology, childrens play

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