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研究生:黃萱郁
研究生(外文):HUANG, XUAN-YU
論文名稱:賦權之旅:《月夜仙蹤》之文本詮釋
論文名稱(外文):The Journey of Empowerment: Reading Where the Mountain Meets the Moon
指導教授:黃惠玲黃惠玲引用關係
指導教授(外文):HUANG, HUI-LING
口試委員:范莎惠王子富
口試委員(外文):FAN, SA-HUIWANG, TZU-FU
口試日期:2020-07-29
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立雲林科技大學
系所名稱:應用外語系
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:2020
畢業學年度:108
語文別:英文
論文頁數:84
中文關鍵詞:女性賦權遊歷儒家女性主義關懷倫理學
外文關鍵詞:women’s empowermentjourneyConfucianismfeminismethics of care
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本研究細究林佩思的青少年小說之一《月夜仙蹤》,探討女孩主角及女性配角如何透過遊歷達到賦權,此外,思及作者的多元文化背景,本研究目的亦在於從儒家及女性主義的觀點,來分析此書中的冒險旅程及中國民間故事的元素。
本研究利用Kabeer的女性賦權理論,探討女孩主角及兩位女性配角的旅程跟她們賦權過程的關係,此外,解釋儒家思想和女性主義的關懷倫理學與書中寓意彼此兼容並蓄,並且有助於女孩主角的賦權。
研究結果顯示三位女性角色皆從遊歷中得到賦權,第一位是隻名喚Aunt Jin的橘色金魚,她被視為本書中女性賦權的象徵。第二位是女孩主角的媽媽,她的賦權激勵著女性,不管年齡老幼,都能將自己的決定付諸實行並為自己的人生帶來美好結果。最後一位是女孩主角,她的遊歷與女性賦權兩者相互呼應,隨著旅途的推進,她改變了她的信念,最後以一位成熟的個體返家。再者,此書在文化上的重要貢獻能夠鼓勵年輕讀者實踐關懷倫理學並創造社會和諧。
研究者希望透過女性賦權的角度檢驗女性旅行,分析女性如何擺脫地域限制和社會控制,勇敢地踏上旅程,經由在異地與不同文化或人物的互動,為女性帶來新的啟發進而重新檢視自己,達到女性賦權的結果。

This study analyzed one of Grace Lin’s young adult novels, Where the Mountain Meets the Moon, to find out how the female protagonist and female supporting characters gain empowerment through a journey. Furthermore, due to the author’s multicultural background, another purpose of this study is to examine the adventurous journey and its Chinese folktale elements from Confucian and feminist points of view.
The study examined the relations between the three female characters’ journeys and their processes of empowerment, drawing from Kabeer's theory of women’s empowerment. Both Confucian and feminist ethics of care were proved to be compatible with the moral of the story and contributed to the female protagonist’s empowerment.
The result showed that the three female characters were empowered through their journeys. The first character is Aunt Jin, an orange goldfish, who was presented as a significant symbol of women’s empowerment. The second one is the female protagonist’s mother, Ma. Her empowerment was regarded as an inspiration that any woman could make her own decisions and bring positive outcomes in her life. The last one is the female protagonist, Minli. Her journey corresponded to women’s empowerment in children’s literature. As her journey progressed, her beliefs changed and she came home as a grown, mature individual. Moreover, the dual cultural significance could inspire young readers to practice ethics of care and create harmonic relationships in society.
The researcher aimed to examine women’s journeys from the perspective of women’s empowerment. This study analyzed how a woman broke away from a confined territory and social control, bravely embarking on a journey. The act of travelling enabled the female protagonist to experience different cultures and interact with different people. The excitement and inspiration, from the journey made her re-evaluate herself and further allowed her to achieve empowerment.

摘要 i
Abstract ii
Table of Contents iv
Chapter One Introduction 1
1.1 Background of the Study 1
1.2 Purpose of the Study 5
1.3 Research Questions 6
1.4 Significance of the Study 6
Chapter Two Literature Review 7
2.1 Feminism and Women’s Empowerment 7
2.2 Definition of Feminist Children’s Novels 11
2.3 Feminism in Taiwanese and Chinese Folktales 13
2.4 Journey in Literature 16
2.5 Grace Lin and her Multicultural Works 19
2.5.1 Background Knowledge about Grace Lin 19
2.5.2 Grace Lin’s Multicultural Works 22
2.5.3 Previous Studies on Where the Mountain Meets the Moon 25
Chapter Three Methodology 27
3.1 Textual Interpretation 27
3.2 Kabeer’s Theory of Women’s Empowerment 27
3.3 Confucianism and Ethics of Care 30
3.3.1 Gilligan’s Ethics of Care 30
3.3.2 Confucianism and Feminist Concerns 31
3.3.3 Confucian Belief in Poverty and Wealth 32
Chapter Four Analysis and Discussion 36
4.1 Textual Interpretation from Kabeer’s Theory of Women’s Empowerment 36
4.1.1 Minli’s Empowerment 36
4.1.2 Aunt Jin’s Empowerment 42
4.1.3 Ma’s Empowerment 43
4.2 Confucianism and Feminist Concerns 48
4.3 The Moral of the Story and Confucian Ideas about Poverty 50
Chapter Five Conclusion 56
5.1 Discussion of the Research Questions 56
5.2 Contributions of the Study 60
5.3 Implications of the Study 63
5.4 Limitations and Suggestions for Further Research 64
References 65
Appendices 71
Appendix A. The 100 Best Young Adult Books of All Time Recommend by the TIME Magazine 71
Appendix B. Yearly Best Young Adult Books from 2001 to 2019 Recommend by Taipei City Library 75

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