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    Title: 台灣電影中美國印象的建構 : 1960-1996
    Other Titles: The making of American images in Taiwanese films, 1960-1996
    Authors: 林孟儒;Lin, Meng-Ru
    Contributors: 淡江大學美洲研究所碩士班
    劉曉鵬;Liu, Hsiao Pong
    Keywords: 台灣電影;台美關係;台美斷交;西方主義;東方主義;電影政治;Taiwanese films;Taiwan-U.S. relations;orientalism;occidentalism
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:29:56 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究跳脫以一般政治經濟的角度切入台美關係,相對地著眼於大眾文化層面,提供了台美關係研究中截然不同的面向。藉由台灣電影切入台灣與美國的關係,除了驗證了政治與社會在電影中的作用及重要性,並經由後殖民思維中的西方主義及東方主義視角,研究美國意象如何在台灣電影中顯現。利用各個時期不同的電影,串起台灣與美國的外交脈絡。透過電影對台灣社會傳達的美國印象及其變遷,一方面延伸政經學者對美國影響力的論述,另一方面也更了解台灣對美國影響力的反應。
    The thesis focuses on Taiwan-U.S. relations through Taiwanese films which represent more cultural aspect rather than politics or economy. In addition, the prospective of Occidentalism and Orientalism is also applied to the thesis when analyzing the films.

    The research tries to not only express the intimate relationship between film and society but also the diplomacy between Taiwan and the U.S. from the films. The most important of all, it shows the reflection of Taiwan to the U.S. from the films.
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