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    Title: 電視劇文本之外:副文本建構與迷群反思
    Beyond TV Dramas: The Construction of TV Drama’s Paratext and Fans’ Self-reflection
    Authors: 方郁絹
    Fang, Yu Jyuan
    Contributors: 黃葳威
    Huang, Wei Wei
    Fang, Yu Jyuan
    Keywords: 電視劇
    TV Drama
    A touch of Green
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2016-09-01 23:32:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 電視劇的風靡不只透過原文本本身,其溢散出的副文本更填補電視劇播出時段外的縫隙,引領觀眾沉浸其中,這些外圍的細碎文本看似紛雜不起眼,但卻深深地影響迷群消費與詮釋電視劇的方式。



    A TV Drama’s popularity depends not only on its original text, but also on its peripheral “paratexts.” Those paratexts fill the time-gap between episodes, and enable the audience to continuously immerse into the TV Drama. Trivial and obscure as they may seem, those pretexts have a huge impact on fan’s consumption and interpretation upon TV Dramas.

    This thesis outlines contemporary TV drama’s mediascape. By showing the importance of paratexts and discussing the complex relationship between their producers (the industry and fans), the rise of paratexts can be viewed as a cultural phenomenon. The following content tries to construct the self-reflection process of fans who produce paratexts, especially aiming at those who establish their own brand-like Facebook fan pages or blogs. From their point of views, this thesis speculates how fans conduct self-refection pattern while consumption and production. Moreover, it tries to overthrow past academic description about fans, and change their image from active, joy-seeking, and resistant-to-power to become more reflective-thinking. By doing it, it shows the abundant meanings of paratexts.

    At first, this thesis conducts a case study on a TV drama called “A Touch of Green,” and analyzes its industry paratexts’ mechanism and context meanings. Then, based on qualitative analysis, the researcher interviews with four fans and realizes their self-reflection process.

    This thesis finds that paratexts are muti- dimensional interpretive texts. Paratexts breakthrough single-text textism, amd become fluid organism. With the flow of time, paratexts include multiple meanings. Moreover, fans’ self-reflection is shown in consumption and production of paratexts. By self-speculation, fan objects become fan themselves and embody fans’ hopeful imagination upon media and Taiwan’s autonomy.
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