閱覽人數: 132
June 2024 No. 45

香港與臺灣:社會發展和傳播互動

Between Hong Kong and Taiwan: Social Development and Media Interactions

頁數:109 - 145

作者(中)
周嘉浩
作者(英)
Kar Ho Chow
關鍵詞(中)
後社運香港流行曲、創傷文學、傷痕文學、暗碼書寫、暗碼體系
關鍵詞(英)
Postsocial Movement Cantopop, Trauma Literature, Scar Literature, Coded Writing, Coded System
中文摘要
本研究聚焦香港反送中運動後出現的流行曲文本,以傷痕文學中的沉默、抒情與暗碼書寫三種敘事策略作為分析框架,理解其如何在政權限制下敘述社會傷痕,並建立獨特的暗碼體系。研究發現,後社運香港流行曲與傷痕文學的敘事特徵和暗碼體系確有類同,而香港流行曲的暗碼體系則比傷痕文學的更為隱沒,閱讀門檻也更高。本研究期望建構一種後社運香港流行曲作為傷痕文學的視角,為後續研究提供更多有關後社運香港流行曲的理解角度。
英文摘要
This study analyzed popular music from Hong Kong that emerged after the 2019 Anti-Extradition Bill Movement, investigating how social scars are represented in song lyrics despite government restrictions on free speech. This study focused on three narrative strategies from Chinese Scar Literature—silence, lyricism, and coded writing—in its an analytical framework. The study investigated how these strategies have contributed to the creation of a unique coded system within the constraints imposed by the government. The findings reveal similarities between the narrative features and coded systems of postsocial movement Cantopop and Scar Literature. However, the coded system in popular music from Hong Kong is more concealed and requires a higher threshold of background knowledge for interpretation compared with Scar Literature. This study considered postsocial movement Cantopop to be a form of Scar Literature, which enabled interpretation of such popular music in the aftermath of social movements from a novel perspective.
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