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用階級分析處理文化經驗, Po Keung HUI 2018 Lingnan University, Hong Kong

用階級分析處理文化經驗, Po Keung Hui

Prof. HUI Po-keung

讓我從一些個人在書寫這個主題時的想法開始。在寫這篇文章時,我在想要否加一個大題或副題,叫做「千萬不要忘記階級……」,但沒有想好應該是「千萬不要忘記階級鬥爭」,還是「千萬不要忘記階級分析」。文章寫完之後,發覺比較多是「千萬不要忘記階級分析」,這是因為想幫馬國明那個「本土是向受壓迫的祖先相認」的說法做一個註腳,因為我覺得他這個說法十分重要。但這個「與受壓迫的祖先相認」的說法,我認為暫時並沒有更仔細地展開,而我這篇文有一點兒觸及到,雖然亦沒有很仔細地展開討論,但我覺得我們之後可以用這個說法來統合本土論述和階級論述之間的共同性,或者是看看有沒有新的提法。


反思公民社會犯了甚麼錯誤, Po Keung HUI 2018 Lingnan University, Hong Kong

反思公民社會犯了甚麼錯誤, Po Keung Hui

Prof. HUI Po-keung

我覺得胡露茜最早提出的觀點是很值得再討論的,就是古巴「不指向敵人」的故事,反思革命到底犯了甚麼錯誤呢?我覺得如果不討論這一點而談前瞻的時候,其實會回應不了我們目前甚麼都做得到的處境,我認為這些問題是仍然未被梳理出來。梳理這些問題是很難的,就如林朗彥所言,並非將所有人聚在一個平台就可以發生對話,例如學民思潮的學生不理解午夜藍的口號,他們雖然是一起遊行,但是他們並沒有進行對話,所以你以為你為他們建立平台的時候,反而出現拆台的效果,這反映對話要需要很多條件的。如果我們設計及搭建一個平台讓大家可以真正的溝通,累積十年,而不是去找或針對敵人。我講一個簡單的對比,例如中國共產黨的形成、發展,以至於最後鬥爭的整個經驗,它不只是一個群眾運動和政治運動,它是思想的爭辯,各種路線的鬥爭是整個中國共產黨運動裡是無時無刻都在發生的,無論你是左傾還是右傾,當然有很多扣帽子,但是它的理論的爭論是從沒有停止的,當然有一些可能是很粗暴的討論,有一些可能是很正面的去梳理一些問題。我們如何避免發生他們很粗暴式的討論同時(例如亂扣帽子的做法),取其比較正面的反思性,我覺得是可以參考的。 古巴亦都是這一種傳統來的,之所以一些老革命會提「革命會犯甚麼錯誤」,我猜這個很值得拿出來討論的。


母語教育與情感政治 : 香港的大學和中學授課語言的文化研究, Po Keung HUI 2018 Lingnan University, Hong Kong

母語教育與情感政治 : 香港的大學和中學授課語言的文化研究, Po Keung Hui

Prof. HUI Po-keung

聽完陳永杰的報告後,我覺得我的論文大概是他文章的一個補充。陳永杰談廣東,我則講香港,這好像是有一個地域性的分工,也在規模上有種從大到小的關係。此外,我發現還有另一個層次的互補,我希望可以從教育的角度,去補充剛才講者所提及的語言政治的問題。


Psychic Cleavage: Reading The Art Against The Politics In Independent Film, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D. 2018 Molloy College

Psychic Cleavage: Reading The Art Against The Politics In Independent Film, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D.

Deidre Pribram

The voice Stewart (Sam Neill) hears in his head is Ada's (Holly Hunter) "mind's voice" which the audience hears twice: in voice-over narration at the opening and closing of The Piano. The otherwise mute Ada describes her mind's voice to nine-year-old Flora (Anna Paquin) while attempting to explain the disappearance of the child's father. The scene is subtitled for the audience as mother communicates with daughter in sign language. Ada tells Flora that she did not need to speak with him (he remained unnamed) as she could, instead, lay her thoughts in his mind, "like they ...


Feeling Bad: Emotions And Narrativity In Breaking Bad, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D. 2018 Molloy College

Feeling Bad: Emotions And Narrativity In Breaking Bad, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D.

Deidre Pribram

In an interview that took place in January 1984, five months before his death, Michel Foucault relates an anecdote to illustrate what he means by 'relations of power':

For example, the fact that I may be older than you, and that you may initially have been intimidated, may be turned around during the course of our conversation, and I may end up being intimidated before someone precisely because he is younger than I am. (292)

His is a simple, almost offhand anecdote but one that has lingered in my mind precisely because of the inadequate means we possess to explain ...


Viewer Discretion Advised: Moral And Emotional Codes In Nypd Blue, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D. 2018 Molloy College

Viewer Discretion Advised: Moral And Emotional Codes In Nypd Blue, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D.

Deidre Pribram

NYPD Blue's opening shot is a white-on-black warning label: "This police drama contains adult language and partial nudity. Viewer discretion is advised." A self-imposed rating on the part of ABC, the show's broadcaster, it originated in response to the police drama's "controversial" use of (limited) profanity and partial nudity, a singular departure for conservative, "family-oriented" U.S. television networks and their advertisers. The addition of a viewer advisory, initiated by network and advertising caution, played on the show's controversial status, turning it to promotional advantage. From its debut, the series began to be watched by many ...


Emotions, Genre, Justice In Film And Television: Introduction And Chapter 1, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D. 2018 Molloy College

Emotions, Genre, Justice In Film And Television: Introduction And Chapter 1, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D.

Deidre Pribram

In many ways film and television studies are ideally suited for detailed analyses of the place of emotions in narrative and social discourses and practices. Emotions always have been central to how popular culture "works," how it creates its impact and meanings. Popular culture's complex, intricate deployments of emotion are a primary means by which it achives its status as popular. Cultural theorists have moved toward the analysis of popular culture precisely because it has mass emotional appeal and resonance. Herein lies its significance.


Cold Comfort: Emotion, Television Detection Dramas, And Cold Case, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D. 2018 Molloy College

Cold Comfort: Emotion, Television Detection Dramas, And Cold Case, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D.

Deidre Pribram

To speak about emotions is to attempt to address a notoriously challenging and vast category of cultural existence, aking to undertaking an analysis of "the body" or "reason." But as contemporary work in cultural studies and poststructuralism has shown, undertaking explorations of the body and reason are extremely pressing and productive areas of critical inquiry. Culturalist approaches to emotions, however, have only recently begun to emerge as a distinct area of investigation. A useful entry point into the complexities of emotion as a sociocultural category is Raymond Williams' concept, structure of feeling.


Straight Outta Money: Institutional Power And Independent Film Funding, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D. 2018 Molloy College

Straight Outta Money: Institutional Power And Independent Film Funding, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D.

Deidre Pribram

In the last few years, and despite the increased prominence of American independent films, there have been surprisingly few feature films by women that have "made it" on the independent circuit. The success of an independet film can be considered by the following criteria: securing theatrical release, receiving critical and media attention, and obtaining visibility among audiences. The few films that come to mind as having met these criteria are Lizzie Borden's Working Girls (1986), distributed by Miramax; Julie Dash's Daughter's of the Dust (1991), a Kino release: and most recently, Allision Anders's gas, food, lodging ...


A Cultural Approach To Emotional Disorders: Introduction, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D. 2018 Molloy College

A Cultural Approach To Emotional Disorders: Introduction, E. Deidre Pribram Ph.D.

Deidre Pribram

In her latest contribution to the growing field of emotion studies, Deidre Pribram makes a compelling argument for why culturalist approaches to the study of emotional "disorders" continue to be eschewed, even as the sociocultural and historical study of mental illness flourishes. The author ties this phenomenon to a tension between two fundamentally different approaches to emotion: an individualist approach, which regards emotions as the property of the individual, whether biologically or psychologically, and a culturalist approach, which regards emotions as collective, social processes with distinctive histories and meanings that work to produce particularized subjects. While she links a strong ...


Richard Lewontin And The Argument From Ethos, David J. Depew 2018 University of Iowa

Richard Lewontin And The Argument From Ethos, David J. Depew

Poroi

This essay uses rhetorical analysis to defend the population geneticist Richard Lewontin from accusations made by E. O. Wilson and others that his Marxist social philosophy distorts his empirical science. I suggest that Lewontin’s appeal to his own authority as an experimental evolutionary biologist supports his claim that racism has no biological justification and that it is his opponents whose assumptions about society distort their scientific arguments.


Introduction To Poroi 13.2, David J. Depew 2018 University of Iowa

Introduction To Poroi 13.2, David J. Depew

Poroi

Volume 13, Issue 2 of POROI: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Rhetorical Analysis and Invention makes available three articles on topics in the rhetoric of science.


Deconstructing Cultural Values Of Products: Implications For Sustainable Design, Tejas Dhadphale 2017 Iowa State University

Deconstructing Cultural Values Of Products: Implications For Sustainable Design, Tejas Dhadphale

Tejas Dhadphale

In a global era where products are reaching across international boundaries, designers are increasingly challenged to design for diverse cultural context. Designers are agents of cultural change and should be cognizant of the impact their products have on local markets. The key for developing culturally appropriate products lies in understanding how cultural objects acquire and communicate cultural meanings. The goal of this paper is to deconstruct and categorize cultural meanings associated with objects and highlight the key determinants that contribute to cultural values. Cultural product images and phrases were analysed using a four-layered model for classifying cultural meanings. Participants were ...


Situated Cultural Differences: A Tool For Analyzing Cross-Cultural Co-Creation, Tejas Dhadphale 2017 Iowa State University

Situated Cultural Differences: A Tool For Analyzing Cross-Cultural Co-Creation, Tejas Dhadphale

Tejas Dhadphale

Designers in the global era are increasingly challenged to design for diverse cultural context. Both ethnographic and participatory design research methods are integral for conducting cultural inquiries. Co-creation offers an interactive setting for researcher to gain meaningful insights into the tacit and latent aspects of culture. The analysis framework for this study is based on the theoretical construct of situated cultural differences. In the process of co-creation, situated cultural differences become a diagnostic tool used by researchers to categories participants’ everyday experiences into meaningful cultural categories. This paper work focused on identifying the different situated differences used by participants during ...


Life Being An International Student In The United States: Acculturation, Culture Shock, And Identity Transformation, Lai Yan Vivyan Lam 2017 The University of San Francisco

Life Being An International Student In The United States: Acculturation, Culture Shock, And Identity Transformation, Lai Yan Vivyan Lam

Master's Theses

The population of international students at community colleges in the United States has increased significantly over the past decade. International students play a big role in building the cultural diversity on campus by bringing over different cultures and sharing their global perspective to the local community. However, they often face challenges adapting into American culture due to cultural differences in education system, language, lifestyle, etc. By looking into the acculturation process of international students to analyze the culture shock and cultural identity changes they experienced, this paper intends to seek ways to help this group of students to ease their ...


A Palimpsest Of Diné Voices, Frances Vitali, Brian C. O'Connor 2017 University of New Mexico

A Palimpsest Of Diné Voices, Frances Vitali, Brian C. O'Connor

Proceedings from the Document Academy

We use the idea of a palimpsest to probe and illuminate Hayse's model of communication as a dance - not simply the erasure of a single manuscript but the scraping away of the communication system of an entire people.

Among Navajo (Dine’), oral tradition and oral language still operates within mediated print and digital technologies as a complementarity. There is still a commitment to honoring whose voice is telling the stories in American Indian literature, for colonialist attitudes may still be coded with unchallenged stereotypes, cultural inaccuracies for readers.

Modeling the intersection of Diné culture and Anglo culture – both historical ...


The Role Of New Media In The Radicalization Of Diasporic Youth, Morgan S. Hamilton 2017 Dartmouth College

The Role Of New Media In The Radicalization Of Diasporic Youth, Morgan S. Hamilton

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How To Read The Black Atlantic, Brian J. Klarman 2017 Dartmouth College

How To Read The Black Atlantic, Brian J. Klarman

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Three Generations Of Southern Food And Culture, Margaux E. Novak 2017 Dartmouth College

Three Generations Of Southern Food And Culture, Margaux E. Novak

CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal

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Wyoming: A State In Fantasy, Kasey Storey 2017 Dartmouth College

Wyoming: A State In Fantasy, Kasey Storey

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