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Title: 遊戲實況平台Twitch上女實況主的性別操演
Gender performativity of female streamers on Twitch
Authors: 張方毓
Chang, Fang-Yu
Contributors: 劉慧雯
Liu, Hui-Wen
張方毓
Chang, Fang-Yu
Keywords: 遊戲實況
性別操演
身體技藝
機緣
Twitch
video game live streaming
gender performativity
body techniques
affordances
Twitch
Date: 2020
Issue Date: 2020-03-02 11:40:57 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 在遊戲實況平台Twitch上,女性實況主的身體顯得醒目,成為慾望指涉的對象,本研究據此深入探究女實況主的身體經驗以及她們如何協商性主體。本文以巴特勒的性別操演為理論基礎,並帶入機緣概念的視角,去看女實況主如何在科技環境中感知並操演科技-身體技藝。
研究方法以深度訪談為主、輔以觀察法,研究發現女實況主發展出「功利-本心」的主體劃界論述,而在行動方面能夠掌握實況中各技術物所代表的協商意義。網路攝影機所傳遞的視訊畫面使陰柔身體成為必要條件,對此女實況主展現愛恨交織的情緒並展現對自身有意義的實踐排序。在性別權力關係不平衡的彈跳訊息,女實況主則能藉由陰柔諧擬來奪回權力同時增益頻道人氣。另外,遊戲在性主體協商的重要性後退,相對則是觀眾能夠主動使用聊天室指令參與女實況主的性主體建構過程。
機緣在本研究的作用在於,看見科技中的性主體是透過不同實況技術區塊中的身體技藝予以展示,說明Twitch脈絡中的視覺、聽覺身體風格被強化,並也補足性別操演理論空缺的回饋面向。
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國立政治大學
傳播學院傳播碩士學位學程
104464031
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