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研究生:郭碩齡
研究生(外文):Shuo-Ling Kuo
論文名稱:再探銀姐中之女性自我價值的建立與女性典範的塑造
論文名稱(外文):The Re-evaluation of Female Self and Re-establishment of Female Model in Silver Sister
指導教授:劉開鈴劉開鈴引用關係
指導教授(外文):Kai-Ling Liu
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立成功大學
系所名稱:外國語文學系碩博士班
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:2006
畢業學年度:94
語文別:英文
論文頁數:83
中文關鍵詞:經濟價值女性勞力女性性慾母職
外文關鍵詞:valueslabour marketsexualitymotherhood
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中文摘要

「銀姐」是旅居澳洲的華人女作家黃貞才的第一本小說。內容描述一個來自廣東鄉下地方不識字的平凡女性,卻在偶然間成為「自梳女」的故事。
此論文旨在由馬克斯的價值理論出發,探討女性的生活經驗所造成的種種影響。我將「銀姐」這本書視為一本女性故事的集錦。銀姐「自梳女」的身份使她過著和一般女性截然不同的生活並意外地讓她成為當時女性獨立的代表。然而雖然銀姐的確在自身的經驗中獲得自主權,我將在此論文中探討是否她的經驗能如她所稱的可以視為其它女人的表率。藉由分析銀姐中的女性勞力,女性性慾及母職此三大面向,我將討論經濟價值如何造成女性的困境。第一章將簡短介紹馬克斯的價值理論。第二章則開始檢視女性勞力在家庭及職場關係。第三章探討女性性慾的交換與交易。第四章則試圖重審母職的價值。最後,在完成上述三個面向的探討後,希望能夠了解銀姐的故事所呈現的,不僅是一個成功女人的故事。更重要的是,女人的自主必須經由不斷的努力方能達成。這份論文所探討的經濟價值是指出女人的經濟優勢為獲取自主的先決條件而非最終目的。
Abstract
Silver Sister, Lillian Ng’s first novel, records how an illiteracy and ordinary woman, Silver Sister, coming from an unknown countryside, turns into an extraordinary woman in virtue of her joining in a sisterhood and becoming a “comb-up.”
This thesis aims to explore women’s living experiences in terms of Marx’s theory of values. I read Silver Sister as a collective record of women’s stories. Silver Sister’s identity of being a “comb-up” enables her to lead a different life from other women and makes her become the forerunner of women’s independence at that time. Though she made progress of her rights and autonomy by being a “comb-up,” I will investigate whether her successful experience can take as other women’s role model or not. By looking into women’s labor power, sexuality and motherhood in Silver Sister, I will discuss where women’s dilemmas come from in view of economic values. In first chapter, I briefly introduce Marx’s theory of values. The second chapter starts to examine the relationship of women’s labour power in the family and in the labour market. The third chapter deals with exchange and trade of female sexuality. In chapter IV, I attempts to re-evaluate motherhood. In the concluding chapter, after the examining three major dimensions in women’s lives, Silver Sister’s life story shows that women’s liberty and independence should be reached with continuous efforts instead of being stopped by establishment of a role model. And economic superiority is more the prerequisite to liberty and autonomy than the ultimate end.
Table of Contents

Chapter I Introduction……………………………………………….1


Chapter II Women in the Labour Market…………………………….14


Chapter III Trade of Sexuality……………………………………….37


Chapter IV Motherhood as Cost-free Labor………………………….58


Chapter V Conclusion………………………………………………....78


Bibliographies…………………………………………………………....81
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