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作者:鄞士傑
作者(外文):Shih-chieh Yin
論文名稱(外文):Intersections of Gender,Power and Culture in Relationships of Mother-Daughter and Husband-Wife in Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club
指導教授:蔡芬芳白大維
指導教授(外文):Fen-fang TsaiDavid Barton
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中央大學
系所名稱:英美語文學系
學號:102122001
出版年:105
畢業學年度:104
語文別:英文
論文頁數:59
中文關鍵詞:性別權力雙重文化婚姻家庭親屬關係
外文關鍵詞:marriagefamilykinshipgenderpowerdual culture
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有別於其他華美作家企圖扭轉中國人在白人文化中的刻板印象,譚艾美的《喜福會》試圖透過女兒/母親的雙重視角敘述四對母女間的十六則故事來檢視在不同文化及世代下成長的中國女性其性別角色認同的情形以及母女/夫妻關係間權力運作的樣貌。
本論文共分為四章,試圖探討權力、性別及文化在不同世代間的母女關係及夫妻關係間相互影響的情形。第一章簡要介紹近代華美小說的主題趨勢和《喜福會》的時空背景並定義權力、性別及文化這三個核心元素。第二章第三章則分別討論三個核心元素在兩代母女關係及夫妻關係中交錯的情形。第四章回顧、總結以上論點。
家庭及婚姻的親屬關係是最尋常及普遍的,然而,當兩種不同文化在這些親屬關係中相遇之時,究竟會產生怎樣的結果?是互斥還是相融? 同時,在不同文化主導下的家庭成員所呈現出的思維模式又將使得這些雙重文化背景的家庭及婚姻發生怎樣的變化?
本文透過譚艾美《喜福會》所呈現出來的中華及美國文化,以家庭及婚姻為主軸,透視在男性為主,父權為中心的大環境下,性別、文化、以及權力三者在文本中的家庭及婚姻關係中相互交錯、關聯及影響的情形。最終的研究發現,譚艾美透過小說中以母女及夫妻為故事主軸的相異文化衝突及磨合,為兩種原先看似各自獨立互不相容的文化構築了溝通的橋樑並呈現出異文化共存的可能性。
Other than the other Chinese American writers whose works aim to justify the stereotypical image of Chinese in White culture, Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club, composed of sixteen interwoven stories told by four couples of Chinese mother and American-born daughter, intends to examine gender identity of Chinese women grown up in different cultures and generations and the contour of power operation in relationships of mother-daughter and husband-wife through the double viewpoints as mother/daughter.
Divided into four chapters, this thesis tries to delve into intersections of power, gender and culture in mother-daughter and husband-wife relationships of different generations from the angle of sociology. In Chapter I, a brief introduction of the trend and subject of the contemporary Chinese-American literature, the historical background of the novel and the definition of the three core elements-power, gender and culture are offered. Chapter II and Chapter III respectively discuss the intersections of the three elements in mother-daughter and husband-wife relationships of two generations. Chapter IV is the conclusion.
The kinships of family and marriage are very common in the society. However, when two different cultures meet in the kinships, what will happen? Excluding or including each other? Meanwhile, under the different cultivations of cultures and thinking modes, what will the family and marriage of these heroines with dual-cultural background become?
Taking family and marriage as the main axis, the thesis attempts to view the intersections, interlockings and inter-effects of familial and marital relationships in the novel under the male-dominant and patriarchal-centered context by Amy Tan’s portrayal of American and Chinese cultures in The Joy Luck Club. My research ultimately finds that through the conflicts and reconciliations between two heterogeneous cultures, which is presented as those between mother-daughter and husband-wife relationships, as the theme of the novel, Amy Tan bridges at first glimpse the seemingly independent and incompatible cultures and demonstrates the possibility of coexistence of heterogeneous cultures.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
論文摘要 i
Abstract ii
Acknowlegments iv
Chapter One Introduction 1
Chapter Two Mothers’ Hidden Wishes 17
Chapter Three Unexpressed Voices Being Expressed 32
Chapter Four Conclusion 53
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