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標題: 空間、呼名、語言與身份∕認同的情境性:論詹姆士.麥布萊德(James McBride)著《水之色》
作者: 開一心
關鍵字: Situationality;情境性;Identity;Space;The Color of Water;身分∕認同;空間;水之色
出版社: 臺中市:國立中興大學文學院
Project: 興大人文學報, Volume 40, Page(s) 277-299.

People have multiple and overlapping sets of ascriptive loyalties; therefore, each subject has multiple identities. The identity to a subject is a series of nesting dichotomizations of inclusiveness and exclusiveness. It involves a series of choices in the process of mutual functions between the subject himself/herself and the objective outside world. And this is the situationality of identity. Moreover, identity is usually assigned to a subject based on his/her belongingness and connectedness to space, or "place," which, socially constructed and full of signifying practices, shapes up the identities of the subject residing in there. Reading the New York Times bestseller autobiography The Color of Water, this researcher aims at examining the interrelations among space, language, naming, and the shaping-up of identity in terms of situationality.
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