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    Title: 「隱私意識」與「自我意識」: 個人日記與海峽兩岸「黨國體制」下的私領域研究(1956-1972)
    Authors: 曾士榮
    Contributors: 台灣文學研究所
    Keywords: 隱私意識;自我意識;日記;私領域;黨國體制;顧頡剛日記;黃繼圖日記
    Privacy;Self;Diary;Private sphere;Party-state system;Diary of GuJieguang;Diary of Huang Jitu.
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2017-12-08 14:23:35 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本計畫的提出,主要是以個人的日記、自傳與傳記等私人資料為主,處理1960年代前後(1956-1972)期間台灣社會的私領域研究,特別是黨國體制下的個人與家庭範疇之中,環繞在「隱私」和「自我」主題的呈現樣態與變遷為討論的主軸。 筆者本計畫是在過去三年的研究成果基礎上,亦即現正由出版社進行出版審查的過程中,書名暫定為《近代心智與日常台灣(1912-1955)》的學術專書的基礎之上,繼續開拓發展的研究,筆者將先處理1960年代前後(1956-1972)期間台灣社會的私領域研究,並進一步從比較研究的取徑,討論海峽兩岸「黨國體制」下的私領域課題,特別是環繞在「隱私」和「自我」的主題討論與比較研究上。
    This NSC project aims to compare the issues of “privacy” and “self” in private sphere under cross-strait “party-state” regimes in Taiwan and in China in the postwar period between 1950s and 1960s, through examining private unpublished sources such as diary. On the basis of the cross-strait comparison based on diary sources, the author will indicate similarity and difference of the “party-state” that dominated Taiwan and China society during the first half postwar period.
    Relation: 執行起迄:2013/08/01~2014/07/31
    Data Type: report
    Appears in Collections:[臺灣文學研究所 ] 國科會研究計畫

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