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Title: 微信之即時性書寫實踐研究 ——以中國東部都會區年輕世代為例
Realtime writing practices on WeChat: a case study of young adult users in eastern China
Authors: 張怡瑩
Zhang, Yi-Ying
Contributors: 王淑美
Wang, Su-mei
張怡瑩
Zhang, Yi-Ying
Keywords: 即時性書寫
即時性
書寫
媒介實踐
社群媒體
智慧型手機
微信
中國
年輕成年人
Realtime writing
Immediacy
Writing
Media practices
Social media
Smartphone
WeChat
China
Young adults
Date: 2020
Issue Date: 2020-03-02 11:42:33 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 2012年,中國透過手機上網的人數首次超過電腦,而微信朋友圈這一即時性書寫平台也在同年推出,代表了中國網際網路行動轉向的正式開端。「等一下,我發個朋友圈」標誌著原本只發生在獨立時空下的書寫活動嵌入日常生活中。「隨時隨地」,超越過往時空限制,即時性書寫成為科技公司藉由電子媒介之可能性形塑的又一理想,而開啟數位科技書寫生命歷程的第一代人成為檢驗其可行性的最佳人選,因此本研究選取年輕世代作為研究對象。
本研究沿著文化研究關注使用者能動性的傳統,從媒介實踐(media practices)的角度出發,強調日常生活中實踐的多樣性,還借鏡「複媒體」(polymedia),希望打破單一平台中心的研究方法,試圖在年輕世代長期延續和日益複雜的實踐中探討微信即時性書寫的意義。
本研究結合深度訪談和使用者日常記錄的資料收集方式,了解年輕世代一路走來的數位書寫經驗和日常生活的具體實踐。結果發現使用者與社會之間的角力,不僅極大地影響了微信及其他社群平台的整體發展趨勢,也滲透進個人每日的微觀實踐,體現了即時性書寫與日常生活的複雜關係,有時對日常生活進行了重組、活化和微顛覆,有時則鞏固了原有的時空秩序,成為刻意的經營。
本研究還發現,中國年輕世代希望透過即時性書寫所實現的時空超越是建立在其對現存的集體空間、生活秩序的不滿,並非徹底拒絕社會性,而陷入原子化的孤立狀態,相反,他們積極地在線上建構新的書寫空間,想象新的互動方式,達到公私兼顧的狀態。
In 2012, the number of people accessing the Internet via mobile phone surpassed computer in China for the first time, representing the beginning of China's Internet transition to mobile. In the same year, WeChat launched Moments (called "pengyouquan" in Chinese), a realtime writing platform. "Wait a minute, I want to share a post on moments." This phrase has marked the transfer of writing activities from indoor to everyday situations. "Anytime, anywhere", beyond the limitations of time and space, real-time writing has become another ideal for technology companies to shape with the possibility of electronic media. The younger generation born after 1990 in eastern China gradually grew accustomed to recording daily life in the form of online digital writing and actively practiced realtime writing, who was selected as the research object of this study.
The research follows the tradition of cultural studies, which pays attention to the relationship between users and society, and understands media as practice, which emphasizes the varieties of media practice in daily life. At the same time, this study also draws on the concept of "polymedia", hoping to break through the transitional focus of the platform in the field of social media research. This study attempts to explore the significance of realtime writing practices on WeChat from the long-term and complex practices of young adults.
This study combines the methods of in-depth interviews and daily records of users to understand the digital writing experience and the daily practices of young adults. It was found that the wrestling between users and society not only greatly affected the overall development trend of WeChat and other platforms, but also penetrated into the daily micro practices of individuals. Realtime writing practices sometimes reorganized, activated and microscopically subverted daily life, but sometimes consolidated the original spatiotemporal order and became a deliberate operation, reflecting the complex relationship between this writing form and daily life.
This study also finds that the practice of young adults are based on its dissatisfaction with the existing collectivism and the order of daily life. On the contrary, they are actively constructing new writing spaces online, imagining new ways of interaction to achieve a state of taking into account both public and private.
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