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    Title: 《哈利波特》世界觀中的流動性:他者、我者概念之流變與異托邦
    The Fluidity in the Potterverse: Shifting Concepts of the Other and the Self in Heterotopic Spaces
    Authors: 李一萱
    Lee, I-Hsuan
    Contributors: 羅狼仁
    Brian David Phillips
    李一萱
    Lee, I-Hsuan
    Keywords: 《哈利波特》
    J.K. 羅琳
    奇幻文學
    流動性
    傅柯
    異托邦
    Harry Potter
    J.K. Rowling
    The Potterverse
    Fluidity
    Michel Foucault
    Heterotopia
    Date: 2018
    Issue Date: 2018-07-27 11:15:28 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: J.K.羅琳在其《哈利波特》系列小說之中創造的世界觀不同於以往的奇幻小說之中奇幻的世界往往脫離現實世界的設定,羅琳的魔法世界與麻瓜世界緊密相關。除了不斷影射並重新定義現實社會中的意識型態,魔法世界和麻瓜世界在空間上亦充滿錯綜複雜的模糊地帶。本文採用傅柯(Michel Foucault)提出之異托邦(Heterotopia)作為基石,逐步分析此世界觀中空間既斷裂又互相連結的關係。而這樣的世界觀裡,流動性在現代社會結構上的角色以及對意識型態的影響得到充分的體現。本文旨在探討《哈利波特》世界觀中,他者和我者概念如何因魔法世界的介入而被顛覆,並透過其流動的空間關係去重新檢視社會中的他者和我者概念。
    The heterotopic spaces help to construct the idea of the other and the self in the Potterverse and present the relation of power between Wizardkind and Non-Magical people. This thesis adapts Michel Foucault’s perspectives on normality and heterotopia as the methodology for raising two central questions: how do the normality and heterotopia address the fluidity in and of the Potterverse? Moreover, to what extent and in what ways does the fluidity revise the understanding of the other and the self? J.K. Rowling’s unique representations of the other and the self in the Potterverse reflect the interplay of the Wizarding and Non-Magical communities, including their ideologies and spaces. The fluid understanding of the other and the self in the Potterverse blurs the traditional bias and prejudice in reader’s reality while exposing and exaggerating our mistakes and problems. Nothing is fixed in any society. By organizing and analyzing Rowling's descriptions of these two communities and their relationships, the thesis explores the fluid intersection between the Wizarding and the Non-Magical world: These two sites keep exchanging their positions of seeing and being seen.
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    Description: 碩士
    國立政治大學
    英國語文學系
    103551008
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0103551008
    Data Type: thesis
    DOI: 10.6814/THE.NCCU.ENG.003.2018.A09
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