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標題: The Historical Trauma and Abject Body: Subject Identity in John Okada''s No No Boy
歷史創傷論述文化中的賤斥身體: 探討《頑劣小子》身份認同議題
作者: Wei-Ting Huang
關鍵字: 日裔美籍族群;創傷;賤斥主體;身分認同;Japanese American Community;trauma;abject subject;identity
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The paper mainly focuses on Japanese Americans of 1950s'' America.The psychological trauma and consistent search for the cultural identity become the issue and value of their unformed community ideology.

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