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研究生:劉詠雄
研究生(外文):Liu Yung-hsiung
論文名稱:唐.迪力羅<白色噪音>中死亡與消費的相互關係
論文名稱(外文):Mapping out the Interrelationship between Death and Consumption in Don DeLillo’s White Noise
指導教授:吳萼洲
指導教授(外文):E-chou Wu
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:靜宜大學
系所名稱:英國語文學系研究所
學門:人文學門
學類:外國語文學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2005/07/
畢業學年度:93
語文別:英文
論文頁數:175
中文關鍵詞:擬像符號價值文化懷舊阿圖塞的詢問及傅柯的標準化理論消費擬像死亡
外文關鍵詞:Foucaultian concept of normalizationAlthusserian idea of “interpellationcultural nostalgiaconsumption
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論文提要內容:
這篇論文主要探索死亡與消費之相互關係。在唐.迪力羅的<白色噪音>中,主要刻畫出主人翁傑克.葛雷尼(Jack Gladney)及他太太巴比(Babette)生活在死亡陰影中。為了逃避死亡的恐懼,他們躲在消費的世界裡。然而消費本身是一個製造更多死亡的文化體系。因此他們依然活在死亡的陰影底下。但由於商品帶給他們一種永生的意境,導致他們無法抗拒商品的魔力。也因為此因素,他們利用符號商品的轉換力量消除對死亡的縈繞。由此可知在死亡與消費之相互編織下,他們陷入了自我矛盾的生存窘境。
在首章中,我將介紹這篇論文題目的歷史文獻及研究動機。在第二章裡,我將運用布西亞的擬像(simulation)理論指出有二種現代的死亡形式―擬像死亡及文化懷舊。論文的第三章會藉由分析商品的系統說明死亡如何轉移到消費,並引用布西亞的符號價值證明商品如何幫助人去超脫死亡的疑懼。在第四章,因為死亡與消費都是由符號所構成,我使用阿圖塞的詢問與傅柯的標準化理論去呈現人的主體性如何在這兩者下被控制及操弄。在結論部分主要證明人在死亡與消費下左右為難的情境及提供建議。
本論文旨在藉由分析死亡與消費之相互關係,意欲繪製出新的死亡雛型;從死亡逃脫而進入消費的過程,及消費創造更多符號之死。在探討的過程中,尋找任何可能性去解構掉這個僵局,期待對死亡與消費研究有所貢獻。
Abstract

This thesis will explore the mutual relationship between death and consumption in Don DeLillo’s White Noise. The protagonists, Jack Gladney and his wife Babette are overwhelmed by the endless dissemination of death. For them, entering into the world of consumption is the means to escape from the fear of death. Consumption, by contrast, is a cultural apparatus, which produces much more signification of death to haunt them. They, however, cannot help denying the spell of gleaming commodities because the goods can bring them immortality to resist the dread of death. For this reason, they use the transforming power of sign-objects to eliminate the obsession of death. Therefore, it is an existential paradox in which Jack and Babette are trapped in the interwoven relationship between death and consumption.
The first chapter is to examine some of the research result and the motivation of this study. In the second chapter, I will point out that there are two primary sources of modern death—simulated death and cultural nostalgia in Baudrillardian concept of simulation. In the third chapter, I will illuminate the transference from death into consumption by analyzing the system of objects. Utilizing Jean Baudrillard’s “sign value,” I will demonstrate how the commodities can help human beings to transcend the angst of death. The fourth chapter mainly argues how the human subjects are shaped between death and consumption. As death and consumption are constituted by the system of language, I will indicate that the human agents are controlled and manipulated by them with the Althusserian idea of “interpellation” or “hailing” and Foucaultian concept of normalization. Then the contradictory human condition—either death or consumption—will be displayed and some implications found in the novel to break this impasse will be noted. In Chapter five, analyzing the outline of the interrelationship between death and consumption, I will offer the whole picture of the thesis.
This thesis, by examining the intertwining relationship between death and consumption, aims to sketch out the new substance of death, escape from death into consumption, and to expound how consumption creates much more simulated death, seeking any possibility to deconstruct this deadlock and making some contributions to the death/consumption studies.
Table of Contents



Chinese Abstract…………………………………………………………............... i

English Abstract…………………………………………………………………… iii

Acknowledgements……………………………………………………………….. vi

Chapter One Introduction
Research Result and Literature Review……………………………………………. 1
Chapter Two
Simulated Death and Cultural Nostalgia…………………………………………… 17
Chapter Three
Escape from Death into Consumption……………………………………………… 50
Chapter Four
Subjectivity in the Interwoven Relationship between Death and Consumption…... 105
Chapter Five Conclusion
The Survey and the Contribution……………………………………………… 163
Work Cited……………………………………………………………………169
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