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    Title: 網路、年輕人與臨時自治區
    Other Titles: Internet, Korean Youth and Temporary Autonomous Zone
    Authors: 毛俞婷;高子航;林宜嫈;胡綺珍
    Keywords: 網路;韓國年輕人;資訊社會;臨時的自治區域;網民;自由;創意
    Internet;Korean youth;information society;temporary autonomous zone;netizen;freedom;creativity
    Date: 2009-10
    Issue Date: 2016-09-08 14:46:11 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本篇文章概述了網路發展中的歷史脈絡與韓國國族國家、資訊工業和線上公民權的關係。本文主張,韓國公民對於能與現代化接軌以及成為世界先驅者的渴望,促使資訊資本主義快速地興盛並加重國族主義的驕傲。此外,本文主要聚焦於探究,韓國從八零年代開始至今的資訊社會中,不同的韓國年輕人團體參與各式各樣線上網絡連結的方式,以及創造主體性。值得注意的是,資訊科技的普及促使邊緣化的韓國年輕人自我賦權,並建構了「臨時的自治區域」,透過線上聚集和活動,對於韓國官方權威和父權產生抵抗。例如,近年一群自我標籤為「廢人」的韓國失業年輕人,重新發現只要他們待在網咖或家中的網路上就能創造他們自身的價值和活力。雖然韓國的網路空間已經逐漸地商品化和迷失在消費者社會中,本文仍希冀韓國年輕的網民們可以經由走上試圖取回免費資訊交換、自由、創意和政治方案(political agenda)的力量此一道路,積極地擺脫資本主義霸權的支配。
    This paper outlines the historical trajectory of the Internet development in relation with the nation-state, information industries, and the online citizenship in Korea. This paper argues that the Korean citizens’ eagerness to plug into modernity and become forerunner in the world has boosted the quick boom of information capitalism accentuated with nationalistic pride. Besides that, the main focus of this paper aims to map the ways in which different groups of Korean youth are engaged in various forms of online networking and invent subjectivities in an age of information society since 80s until now. It should be noticed that the popularity of information technologies has cultivated the marginalized Korean youth to empower themselves and construct “temporary autonomous zone” to resist the Korean authority and patriarchy through online gathering and activities. For example, in recent years the self-labeled “pay-in” (the unemployed Korean youth) rediscover their worth and energy as long as they stay online either in Internet café or at home. Although Korean cyberspace has been gradually commercialized and lost in consumer society, it is hoped that Korean young netizens could insist on getting out of the domination of capitalist hegemony and taking off on their own tracks through reclaiming the power of information exchange for free, freedom, creativity and political agenda.
    Relation: 新聞學研究, 101, 245-278
    Mass Communication Research
    Data Type: article
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