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研究生:喻夏美
研究生(外文):Shiah-Meei Yuh
論文名稱:從亞細亞的孤兒及聽寫者兩本小說中探討女性被壓迫的現象
論文名稱(外文):Women oppression and the Taiwanese and Korean oppression originated by patriarchy and imperialism through the study and analysis of The Asian Orphan and Dictee
指導教授:吳萼洲
指導教授(外文):Wu E-chou
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:2005/08/
畢業學年度:93
語文別:英文
論文頁數:70
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此篇論文目的在檢測造成女性被壓迫的根源,以及台灣人和韓國人在日本佔領期間被壓迫之因, 是出自父權社會及帝國主義之故, 透過研習及分析兩本小說—“亞細亞的孤兒” 以及 “聽寫者“ , 並且透過後殖民女性主義 , 生態女性主義 及其他女性主義者如史匹娃克米雪. 巴瑞等人的談論, 她們提供更多有關男 性的獨裁的作風的討論.
第一章 :導論是從不同派別的女性主義的方向來討論 “亞細亞的孤兒” 及“聽寫者”對女性的壓迫有那些方面及台灣人和韓國人受壓迫的原因; 第二章藉由這兩本小說中主要人物作同質性及異質性的比較 , 讀者便能看出他們的角色為何及所擁有的是何種力量;第三章描寫女性及男性在職場不公平對待; 第四章談論女性受男性的壓迫: 如 強暴,賣淫等 ;第五章談論自然與女性關係的破裂; 第六章總結暴力及敵意不會持久
This thesis aims to examine what causes women’s oppression and the Taiwanese and Korean oppression originated by patriarchy and imperialism through the study and analysis of The Asian Orphan and Dictee. In these two novels, the writers present how patriarchy and imperialism assigned roles of women and the Taiwanese and Korean, especially under the period of the Japanese occupation. In The Asian Orphan and Dictee, the Japanese invaded Korea and Taiwan and that invasion symbolized the invasion of male dominance and imperial exploitation. Through the discourses of Post-Colonial feminists, Eco-feminists and other feminists, such as Gayatri Chakrovatory Spivak, Helene Cixous, Luce Irigaray, Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Michele Barrett, Joanna Macy etc, they provide more discussion about men’s dictatorship in their family, job field, violence, the relationship between nature and women etc and the unequal relationship between the colonizer and the colonized which is like the relationship between master and slaves.
Chapter I-Introduction mentions the causes for women’s oppression; the Taiwanese and the Korean oppression, which will be examined from the Post-Colonial feminists’, Eco-feminists’ and other relevant feminists’ points of view through the analysis of two novels, The Asian Orphan and Dictee. Chapter Two depicts the roles of women and their power by comparing and contrasting the similarities and differences among the main characters such as A-Char, A-Yuh, A-Shin’s wife, Theresa’s mother and Mrs. Martin etc, of these two novels. Chapter Three describes inequality between men and women in the job field. (For example, women can be conductresses, secretaries and waitresses etc whose jobs are categorized as skilled job field; men usually can be managers, lawyers, doctors and school principals etc whose jobs are categorized as non-skilled job field. Not only men’s pay is higher but also men have more chances to get promoted. Besides, men do not do their domestic work after a day’s work.) Chapter Four displays women’s suffering sexual oppression practiced by men, which includes rape, prostituting and pornography. (Because it was the period of the Japanese invasion, many women were raped by force. Pornography uses obscene pictures or verbal descriptions to demonstrate women’s bodies which are treated as sexual objects to entertain men’s imagination and arouse men’s action to satisfy their sexual excitement.) Chapter Five is a discussion about the breakdown of the harmonious relationship between nature and women, and the breakdown symbolizes men’s dominating women. (Wars often not only destroy the beauty of nature but also destroy women for ‘Nature is Mother’. Men take whatever they like to take, though nature is immensely abundant. Yet someday men will be devoured by nature as some kind of revenge practiced by nature.) Chapter Six concludes that violence and hostility can never last long. No matter what kind of invasion it is, such as the invasion of the colonizer against the colonized; the dominant against the subordinate; master against slaves etc, finally it will not last long though it was seemingly successful at first. There will be a possible appearance of a new kind of relationship that will require the equality between men and women; the colonizer and the colonozied; the exploiter and the exploited etc.
1. Chapter I. Introduction………………………………………………………4.
2. Chapter II. Women’s oppression and the Taiwanese and Korean oppression treated by patriarchy and imperialism in the family of the victims…………………….13
3. Chapter III. Women’s oppression and the Taiwanese and Korean oppression treated by
patriarchy and imperialism in the job field……………………………………26
4. Chapter IV. Women’s oppression and the Taiwanese and Korean oppression displayed
by violence, including rape, prostituting and pornography……………………41
5. Chapter V. Oppression displayed by the patriarchy and the imperialism breaking the balanced relationship between nature and woman; the colonizer and the colonized ……………………………………………………………………….48
5. Chapter VI. Conclusion……………………………………………………….56
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