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    Title: Nostalgia of Border’s Borderland:Representation of Taiwanese Aborigine’s Documentary Films on Popular Culture Theories(Not for Circulation)
    Authors: 陳淑娟
    Contributors: 亞洲大學外國語文學系
    Keywords: Taiwanese aborigine;documentary film;culture theory;resistance;globalization;nostalgia
    Date: 2007-12-07
    Issue Date: 2009-12-10 10:30:30 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 亞洲大學外國語文學系
    Abstract: In the late of 90’ in Taiwan, there were many Taiwanese aborigines’ documentary films been shot and presented to public. It has become a fashion to talk about the issue of aborigines all over the world. And Taiwan is no exception. The images of aborigines that people receive are from writing or photography mostly. But, as the development of high technology and the growth of the researchers, filmmakers, students, the aborigine’s culture is recorded and filmed by them. What’s difference between writing and filming? Could documentary films tell more truths than writing? Could documentary present the gray area of aborigines’ issues that writing can’t? The new theory of ethnography of Clifford’s opinion will be presented here. Moreover, this paper will discuss about the narration of these Taiwanese aborigines’ documentary films. I will analyze the style of narrators that present different messages. The position of narrators represents different concepts of culture interpretation and self- identity. From Mignolo, he divided the metaphor of ethnography into three positions: frontier, border and anthropologador. I would like to apply this division to these narrators in Taiwanese aborigines’ documentary
    films. Besides, I will interpret the idea of local culture in globalization from Featherstone
    to talk about how these documentaries and what kind of strategies local people can use to
    resist globalization.
    Relation: 2007『全球化』與華語文敘述國際學術研討會 12-07~08 :10-11
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