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標題: 後殖民主義與當代多媒體文化
作者: 邱貴芬
Contributors: 邱貴芬
關鍵字: 後殖民主義;多媒體文化
日期: 1998-06
Issue Date: 2013-05-02 09:19:39 (UTC+8)
Publisher: 臺中市:國立中興大學文學院
摘要: This paper tries to examine the politics of hypermedia culture on the
Internet in relation to current postcolonial theorization. The structure of the
paper is divided in two parts. The first part deals with some critical issues
regarding the composition of mainstream postcolonialism. The intervention of
postcolonialism by critics like Aijaz Ahmad, Arif Dirlik, and Masao Miyoshi
points to a rater complicated relationship between postcolonialism and global
capitalism. To carry out the radical political, cultural objective avowed by
postcolonialism, postcolonial critiques need to engage the issue of globalization
rather than focus exclusively on the past history of colonization. Our discussion
then turns to hypermedia on the Internet, which can be seen as quintessentially
a product of globalization. Drawing on the insights of the critics discussed in
the first part, the second part of the paper tries to show how the complexity of
the politics of hypermedia culture cannot be adequately understood without taking
into consideration issues of postcoloniality. The need to engage questions of
postcoloniality when mapping postmodern space suggests a new direction for further
postmodern/postcolonial theorization.
Relation: 文史學報, Volume 28, Page(s) 223-241.
Appears in Collections:[依教師分類] 邱貴芬
[期刊-興大人文學報(原文史學報) ] 第28期
[依教師分類] 邱貴芬

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