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    Title: 台灣流行音樂在中國:朝向一個中國-台灣的中介社會學
    Taiwan`s Popular Music in China: Towards a Sociology of Mediation from the Perspective of China-Taiwan
    Authors: 黃俊銘
    Huang, Chun-Ming
    Contributors: 傳播學院
    Keywords: 中介社會學 ; 中國-台灣 ; 流行音樂 ; 媒介與傳播研究 ; 國族主義 
    China-Taiwan ; media & communication studies ; nationalism ; popular music ; sociology of mediation
    Date: 2021-06
    Issue Date: 2022-02-11 14:58:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 台灣流行音樂在中國受到歡迎,本文討論其受益於兩岸特殊的國族與身分認同,以及新興科技所帶來的媒介經驗轉型及學習歷程。本文為前期經驗研究的理論反思,盼透理論與田野對話,發展出一種中介社會學的分析架構,尤其指認「事物中介」與「媒體中介」甚為關鍵,無法偏廢,並視音樂為「社會中介」與「完成事物的手段」來勾勒音樂與人的關係。本文藉「媒體外事物」、「非媒體中心」的媒體研究策略,以定位「中國-台灣」的相互中介,造成長期的傳播接受,並承擔中介的後果。據此,本研究提議實存在於兩岸的台灣流行音樂,可發展出一種貫穿情感、物質與身分認同有關的「中國-台灣」的中介社會學;它涉及事物、媒介經驗與學習歷程的中介歷程,能更好深描兩岸實存國族衝突、身分糾葛及商業利益等多元施力,得力於一個曖昧的國族與政治身分,使「中國-台灣」關係兩方既相互受惠卻又形成破壞。它是兩岸研究的核心地帶,可補充「跨海峽新社會研究領域」所缺少的文化場域面貌,能擴展傳播研究的知識範圍。
    The popularity of Taiwanese pop music in China has benefited from the entanglements of national identity between the two sides of the cross- Strait, as well as from the transformation of mediated experiences and learning processes brought about by emerging technologies. This paper is a theoretical rethinking of the previous empirical research, and hopes to develop an analytical framework of sociology of mediation, especially identifying "mediation of things" and "mediation of technology" as crucial and inescapable, and positioning music as a "social mediator" and "means of accomplishing things" to outline the relationship between music and the audience. It is a "non-media-centric media studies" strategy that anchors the mutual mediation of Taiwan-China, creating a long-term reception of communication and bearing the consequences of mediation. This study proposes that the actual existence of Taiwanese pop music on both sides of the cross-Strait can be used to develop a mediated sociology of "Taiwan-China" that cuts across emotions, materiality and identity. It is argued that a mediation process involving things, mediated experiences and the technology can better understand how the multiple forces of national conflict, political confrontation and commercial interests that exist on both sides of the cross-Strait, are enabled by an ambiguous national and political identity that either to benefit or undermine each other. It is a core area of cross-Strait studies that complements the missing cultural field aspect of the cross-strait issues and extends the scope of knowledge in media & communication studies.
    Relation: 傳播文化與政治, No.13, pp.1 - 33
    Data Type: article
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