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    Title: 反轉孤獨: 尋覓退休者生命故事傳播意涵之理論提議
    Overturning the Loneliness and Searching for the Meaning of the Retirees’ Life Stories: A Theoretical Proposal
    Authors: 蔡琰
    Tsai, Yean
    Tsang, Kuo-Jen
    Contributors: 廣電系
    Keywords: 退休研究;生命故事;老人傳播
    aging communication;life story research;retirement studies
    Date: 2018-06
    Issue Date: 2020-12-21 15:41:33 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:  本文針對「退休生活」之生命故事意涵提出理論提案,除回顧相關領域如社 會老人學之重要文獻外,並詳述退休研究之「跨領域特色與轉型」,兼及傳播研究迄今呈現之零星成果。第二部分則據此指出傳統退休研究之不足與缺憾,建議 改從「生命故事」取向討論退休人士多采且豐富之日常生活風貌,由每位受訪者 自述其各具特色之退休經驗,藉此分享所得並交換生活價值。
    The purpose of this paper has been to examine the possibility of combining the two subjects of retirement and life stories. After reviewing a series of literature works on “retirement,” mostly in the areas of social gerontology, the paper discusses the meaning of life stories and traces its origins and interdisciplinary specialities. A theoretical proposal is then proposed in the final section trying to link the research traditions of retirement and life story since narrating each retiree’s own stories should have the advantages of sharing experiences and exchanging life values.
    Relation: 2018中華傳播年會, 中華傳播學會
    Data Type: conference
    Appears in Collections:[廣播電視學系] 會議論文

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