庫存狀況
「香港二樓書店」讓您 愛上二樓●愛上書
我的購物車 加入會員 會員中心 常見問題 首頁
「香港二樓書店」邁向第一華人書店
登入 客戶評價 whatsapp 常見問題 加入會員 會員專區 現貨書籍 現貨書籍 購物流程 運費計算 我的購物車 聯絡我們 返回首頁
香港二樓書店 > 今日好書推介
二樓書籍分類
 
Queer TV China: Televisual and Fannish Imaginaries of Gender, Sexuality, and Chineseness

Queer

沒有庫存
訂購需時10-14天
9789888805617
Jamie J. Zhao
香港大學出版社
2023年2月16日
903.00  元
HK$ 812.7  






ISBN:9789888805617
  • 叢書系列:Queer Asia series
  • 規格:精裝 / 244頁 / 16 x 23.5 x 3.42 cm / 普通級 / 單色印刷 / 初版
  • 出版地:香港
    Queer Asia series


  • 人文社科 > 當代思潮/哲學 > 性別研究 >











      The 2010s have seen an explosion in popularity of Chinese television featuring same-sex intimacies, LGBTQ-identified celebrities, and explicitly homoerotic storylines even as state regulations on “vulgar” and “immoral” content grow more prominent. This emerging “queer TV China” culture has generated diverse, cyber, and transcultural queer fan communities. Yet these seemingly progressive televisual productions and practices are caught between multilayered sociocultural and political-economic forces and interests.



      Taking “queer” as a verb, an adjective, and a noun, this volume counters the Western-centric conception of homosexuality as the only way to understand nonnormative identities and same-sex desire in the Chinese and Sinophone worlds. It proposes an analytical framework of “queer/ing TV China” to explore the power of various TV genres and narratives, censorial practices, and fandoms in queer desire-voicing and subject formation within a largely heteropatriarchal society. Through examining nine cases contesting the ideals of gender, sexuality, Chineseness, and TV production and consumption, the book also reveals the generative, negotiative ways in which queerness works productively within and against mainstream, seemingly heterosexual-oriented, televisual industries and fan spaces.



     




    其 他 著 作