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Title: 《联合早报》中的同志形象与权力关系的再现(2000-2009)= A study of the representations of homosexuality and power relations in Lianhe Zaobao (2000-2009)
Authors: Teo, Cheryl Shu Ting
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities::Language::Chinese
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: 本研究以新闻再现与话语形构理论为分析架构,探讨新加坡《联合早报》中2000年至2009年所再现的同志形象与权力关系。综观过去新加坡同志新闻再现的研究,显示主流报纸在很大的程度上受到了政府与社会中的异性恋霸权以及其意识形态的影响,因此同志常被异常化与污名化。由于过去的研究偏重于英文主流报纸而缺乏华文报纸的研究,所以本研究目的是:(一)探讨《联合早报》所出现的在同志课题,以及其的态度与立场;(二)探索《早报》中所再向的同志形象、话语与其背后的意义与意识形态;(三)从而探讨媒体、政府、社会与同志的关系。本研究因此希望能通过文本分析的方法来探讨《联合早报》是如何处理同志议题以及如何再现同志的。本研究的结论是《联合早报》倾向于反同志的立场,其中的同志负面再现与话语都在很大的程度上有助于建构与巩固异性恋霸权的地位与意识形态,以及社会的恐同文化。
Through content analysis and discursive formation analysis of the news coverage of homosexuality, this study examines how homosexuality has been represented in Singapore’s Lianhe Zaobao from year 2000 to 2009. The mainstream news coverage and the portrayal of homosexuality have been strongly influenced by the heterosexist society. However, studies of news coverage and representations of homosexuality in Singapore to date tend to focus on local English language newspapers. Hence, the purpose of this paper is: 1) to find out Lianhe Zaobao’s stance towards the homosexuals by exploring the tone and theme of news coverage of homosexuality; 2) to find out how homosexuals are being represented in Lianhe Zaobao and the ideology embedded in it; 3) to explore the power relations between media, government, society and homosexual community. This study concludes that Lianhe Zaobao is more inclined towards anti-homosexual stance, hence the news coverage and representations of homosexuality is generally negative and in turn help to strengthen and keep in place the interest and the ideology of the heterosexual hegemony.
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