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Three thousand strands of trouble：A Study of Taiwan Women’s Laser Hair Removal and Identity Construction
Huang, Yu Chieh
feminine identification;phenomenology;laser hair removal;interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA)
|Issue Date:||2020-12-22 13:31:18 (UTC+8)|
Human body is the most primal mean of communication, people discipline their body according to body norms of modern society. Body is used to be a message carrier, we change our appearances to express the value that we believe and shape our identification also. While we are familiar with the traits that constitute the "ideal female body" as defined by modern society, we often overlook the fact that "absence of body hair" is also an important trait as such. The women's decision of whether to keep or remove body hair has always had political implications. It is of strategic importance in the process of "being female". This thesis focus on laser hair removal of Taiwan’s women. Explore how does the subject make sense about the norm of hair removal and the relationship between feminine identification and strategy of comprehension.
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