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dc.contributor周幸君zh_TW
dc.contributorHsing-chun Chouen_US
dc.contributor王俊三zh_TW
dc.contributorChun-san Wangen_US
dc.contributor.advisor林建光zh_TW
dc.contributor.advisorJiann-guang Linen_US
dc.contributor.author羅翠宜zh_TW
dc.contributor.authorLuo, Tsuei-Yien_US
dc.contributor.other中興大學zh_TW
dc.date2011zh_TW
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dc.description.abstract在《蠍子之家》一書中,南西.法墨刻畫了不同形式的宰制力量所運作的世界。透過小說主角麥特的眼睛,法墨讓她的讀者看到在不同形式的宰制力量運作下,人們的生命被剝削與操控。本論文的主旨在分析兩種不同的宰制力量運作的方式,以及探討無論在何種宰制力量的運作下,人們的生命均深受影響及干預。 在小說裡有兩種不同的宰制力量:威權(sovereign power)和規訓(disciplinary power)。麥可‧哈德(Michael Hardt)和安東尼奧‧納格利(Antonio Negri)對威權和資本兩者之間的分析被用來來檢視小說裡的威權運作。從傅柯(Michel Foucault)對規訓的闡述,可以看出規訓透過許多手段控制人的生活。在威權或規訓的力量運作下,根據阿岡本(Giorgio Agamben)的「聖/剩人」(homo sacer)的概念,人的生命被視為「裸命」(bare life)。雖然在權力的操縱之下,人的生命被宰制,但從阿岡本的「聖/剩人」概念連結到班雅明(Walter Benjamin)的「神聖暴力」,可以看出反抗宰制力量的可能性。zh_TW
dc.description.abstractIn The House of the Scorpion, Nancy Farmer portrays a world where different forms of dominant power operate. Through the eyes of the protagonist, Matt, Farmer lets her readers see, under different mechanisms of dominant power, people's lives are exploited and manipulated. The aim of this thesis is to analyze the way two kinds of dominant power operate and to explore the fact that people's lives are deeply affected and intervened under the operation of dominant power, no matter what form the dominant power is. In the novel, there are two kinds of dominant power: the sovereign power and the disciplinary power. Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri's analysis of the relation between sovereignty and capital is applied to examine the sovereign power of the character El Patr&oacute;n, the ruler of a country named Opium. From Foucault's account of disciplinary power, it can be seen that disciplinary power functions with many techniques to control people's lives. Under the operation of dominant power, sovereign or disciplinary, people's lives are deemed as the “bare life” according to Agamben's concept “homo sacer.” Although people's lives are dominated under the influence of power, from Walter Benjamin's “divine violence” linked with Agamben's “homo sacer,” it can be seen that there is still a possibility of resistance to the dominant power.en_US
dc.description.tableofcontentsTable of Contents Acknowledgements------------------------------------------------------------------------- i Chinese Abstract----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ii English Abstract---------------------------------------------------------------------------- iii Introduction--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 Chapter One: Sovereignty and Capital: El Patr&oacute;n's Power in Opium-------------- 8 1. The Primary Characteristics of Sovereignty--------------------------------------- 9 2. The Coupling: Sovereignty and Capital-------------------------------------------- 14 3. The Capitalist Exploitation in Opium---------------------------------------------- 18 Chapter Two: Disciplinary Power: Its Operation and Techniques in Aztl&aacute;n------ 25 1. Discipline: Making Docile Bodies and Useful Individuals--------------------- 26 2. Training-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 29 3. Education------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 31 4. Punishment/Reward------------------------------------------------------------------ 34 Chapter Three: The Life between Human and Nonhuman-------------------------- 41 1. Traditional Conceptions about Human Beings----------------------------------- 42 2. Human or Nonhuman----------------------------------------------------------------- 45 3. Homo Sacer and Bare Life--------------------------------------------------------- 52 Conclusion: The Possibility of Resistance-------------------------------------------- 59 Works Cited------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 65en_US
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dc.subjectThe House of the Scorpionen_US
dc.subject蠍子之家zh_TW
dc.subjectNancy Farmeren_US
dc.subjectpoweren_US
dc.subjecthomo saceren_US
dc.subjectbare lifeen_US
dc.subject南西.法墨zh_TW
dc.subject權力zh_TW
dc.subject聖/剩人zh_TW
dc.subject裸命zh_TW
dc.title論南西.法墨《蠍子之家》中的權力與生命zh_TW
dc.titlePower and Life in Nancy Farmer's The House of the Scorpionen_US
dc.typeThesis and Dissertationzh_TW
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