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    Title: 呂秀蓮自我辯護策略的類型批評
    A Generic Criticism of Annette Lu's Apologia
    Authors: 王孝勇
    Wang, Hsiao-Yung
    Contributors: 新聞學研究
    Keywords: 自我辯護策略;呂秀蓮;語藝批評;類型批評
    apologia;Annette Lu;rhetorical criticism;generic criticism
    Date: 2004-04
    Issue Date: 2019-06-28 10:53:12 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究以類型批評的觀點分析呂秀蓮在面臨社會大眾對其道德、動機、名譽質疑時的「自我辯護策略」。研究發現:呂秀蓮的語藝實踐同時受到「個人的人格特質」與「情境」的影響。研究亦顯示呂秀蓮在傳統定義下的「非自我辯護情境」中,意圖利用「自我辯護策略」重新定義她的「語藝情境」,建立出一種「似非而是的類型」-一種違反「語藝期望」卻又具有說服意圖的語藝策略。
    This paper is a generic criticism of Annette Lu's apologia. The data analyzed shows Lu's intention to transform a rhetorical situation, because she redefines her rhetorical situation by choosing and executing such apologetic strategies in existing non-apologetic situations. In comparison with the assumption of generic criticism, this paper argues that Lu is an agent to some degree, and her ”personal character” should be regarded as one of the rhetorical constituents of a ”rhetorical situation.” These findings also contend that some apologetic elements of Lu's rhetoric produce a ”generic paradox” or a violation of apparent rhetorical expectations.
    Relation: 新聞學研究, 79, 49-89
    Data Type: article
    Appears in Collections:[新聞學研究 TSSCI] 期刊論文

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