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    Title: 愛滋病的死亡建構
    Other Titles: Representations of AIDS Deaths in the Taiwanese Press
    Authors: 陳婷玉;徐美苓
    Chen, Ting-Yu(Anne);Hsu, Mei-Ling
    Contributors: 中華傳播學會
    國立政治大學新聞學系
    Keywords: 愛滋病
    Date: 2001-07
    Issue Date: 2010-05-31 14:52:30 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究以質化分析法檢視報紙文本對有關愛滋病死亡之意念如何呈現,以及社會規範與主流意識型態如何在愛滋病死亡的媒體建構中被再製。

    研究發現報紙以幾個主題再現愛滋病的死亡:在公共場域中的死亡、骯髒不潔的死亡;罪有應得的死亡、無可避免的死亡、難堪又難看的死亡、孤寂的死亡、無助痛苦的死亡、未臻成熟的死亡、快速的社會集體死亡、危機四伏的死亡、值得紀念的死亡。

    媒體用以描述愛滋病死亡的語言和論域將「歹死」、「不自然死亡」、「不正常死亡」和愛滋病串聯起來,使「乾淨」的一般大眾可以和「受污染的」愛滋病患劃清界限,並且規範一般人的行為不脫離常軌,否則便受到懲處 (不得好死的下場),媒體藉著對愛滋病死亡的再現來強化社會既有價值觀與常規,以達到社會控制。
    Using textural analysis, this study is to analyze the representations of AIDS deaths in the Taiwanese press and how the social rules and dominant ideology regarding AIDS are re-produced through these representations.

    The rhetorical themes of AIDS deaths found are as following: deaths in a public space, filthy deaths, deserved deaths, inescapable deaths, undignified deaths, deaths in loneliness, deaths in despair and distress, premature deaths, rapid collective deaths, deaths lurking behind, and deaths to commemorate.
    The language and discourses used to describe and account for AIDS deaths connect AIDS with "bad", "unnatural", "abnormal" deaths, therefore keep the "clean" general population and the "contaminated" people with AIDS safely apart. The representations of AIDS deaths threaten the general population into behaving themselves to avoid punishment (to die a bad death). The study demonstrates how media use disease to define social boundaries and further help to reinforce social norms and maintain social orders.
    Relation: 2001中華傳播學會年會暨研討會
    Data Type: conference
    Appears in Collections:[Department of Journalism] Proceedings

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