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研究生:克里思
研究生(外文):Christian Schuetz
論文名稱:作為本體的統治:美式男子氣概和資本主義的關聯,以《大亨遊戲》、《美國天使》和 《海德力國王二世》為例
論文名稱(外文):Domination as Ontology: The Correlation Between American Manhood and Capitalism in Glengarry Glen Ross, Angels in America and King Hedley II
指導教授:包磊思
指導教授(外文):JOHN BASOURAKOS
口試委員:劉雪珍姜翠芬
口試委員(外文):LIU, HSUEH-CHENJIANG, TSUI-FEN
口試日期:2020-06-29
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:輔仁大學
系所名稱:英國語文學系碩士班
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:2020
畢業學年度:108
語文別:英文
論文頁數:145
中文關鍵詞:男子氣概資本主義階級種族性傾向美國戲劇
外文關鍵詞:MasculinityManhoodCapitalismClassRaceSexual OrientationAmerican Drama
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The male characters’ behaviors in the plays Glengarry Glen Ross, Angels in America, and King Hedley II blur the line between American manhood and capitalism. This study examines how the male characters’ enactments of manhood in the three plays serve as core-features in reproducing an exploitative economic system, and how economic performance determines their manhood status. In addition, this study draws on Michael Schwalbe’s perspective on symbolic interactionism and his theory of internal and external compulsions – that are foundational to manhood contests – to better understand what compels the male characters’ behaviors. Moreover, this critical examination of the male characters in these three plays considers how differences in class, race, and sexual orientation are manifested dramatically and how they inflect the male characters’ practices of domination. Along those lines, the discussion that follows pays particular attention to how masculinity is constructed in socioeconomic terms, arguing that the male characters’ anxieties about manhood are rooted in the exploitative practices of their capitalist environments, and vice-versa. While the structural preconditions in terms of discrimination based on class, race, or sexual orientation across the three plays are contrasting, the male characters’ behaviors are comparable.
The male characters’ behaviors in the plays Glengarry Glen Ross, Angels in America, and King Hedley II blur the line between American manhood and capitalism. This study examines how the male characters’ enactments of manhood in the three plays serve as core-features in reproducing an exploitative economic system, and how economic performance determines their manhood status. In addition, this study draws on Michael Schwalbe’s perspective on symbolic interactionism and his theory of internal and external compulsions – that are foundational to manhood contests – to better understand what compels the male characters’ behaviors. Moreover, this critical examination of the male characters in these three plays considers how differences in class, race, and sexual orientation are manifested dramatically and how they inflect the male characters’ practices of domination. Along those lines, the discussion that follows pays particular attention to how masculinity is constructed in socioeconomic terms, arguing that the male characters’ anxieties about manhood are rooted in the exploitative practices of their capitalist environments, and vice-versa. While the structural preconditions in terms of discrimination based on class, race, or sexual orientation across the three plays are contrasting, the male characters’ behaviors are comparable.
Table of Contents
Introduction .............................................................1
Chapter 1: Literature Review .............................................9
Chapter 2: Men’s Studies in the U.S. and Schwalbe’s Theory: A Brief Overview .........................................................................26
Chapter 3: Glengarry Glen Ross: White Manhood on Sale .................. 41
Chapter 4: Angels in America: Queering Conservative American Manhood ... 71
Chapter 5: King Hedley II: Black Manhood Forlorn ........................105
Conclusion ............................................................. 133
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