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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
Chang, Fang-Yu
Keywords: 遊戲實況
video game live streaming
gender performativity
body techniques
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。
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