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隐喻的身体:民国时期学校中的女子“剪发问题”
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Body as a Metaphor: Hair-cutting in Schools in Republican China
作者 周洪宇周娜
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In Republican China, construction of human body was a vehicle of displacing and displaying social anxieties, and the Chinese body encountered intensive and continuous configuration ( Huang jinlin, 2006, P.3). Schools in Republican China, as an enclosed space, organized along with Republican China, are of importance to regulate bodies. Human body gives a privileged access to the research of history of education in Republican China. In this paper , we will examine the conflicts and struggles between school authorities and girls around “ girls' hair” , which occurred in the early Republican China. Republican China experienced a series of conflicts and struggles around girls' hair in school. It is interesting to find a more traditional view on girls' hair-cutting or hair-perm prevailed , while forbidding feet-bind- ing and liberating breast were seen as a rebellion against body repression. Based on literature review , we analyze the possible reasons behind it. In the early 20th century , inspired by national liberation movement , as well as democratic revolution movement and international feminist movement , women , s self-consciousness in China was awakened. Women, s pursuit of liberation evoked the anxiety of men , who , for a long time , monitored the discourse on what image of women should be. The right of self-determination of hair was considered as a protest against male domination , hence the conflicts and struggles between girls and schools. That girls' hair cutting or hair-perm was not an endowed symbol of modernity was another reason. In Republican China , women were imbued with “nationalist universality in a masculinist discourse”(Tani Barlow, 1996,pp. 58). While girls' hair-cutting or hair-perm even in modem western countries met with opposition , the image of modem women which the progressive intellectual class ( overwhelmingly male) coostructed , who put all modern western experiences as reference, did not involve hair-cutting or hair-perm. Furthermore , in the article Figuring Modernity: Th na ,Sarahe Stevens proposed that there were two images of woman in Republican China , the figure of the New Woman and the figure of Moder Girl , and these two images reflected opposite views of moderity , the former stood for the nation and its quest for modernity and the latter was described as the expression of modernity vis- ually ,represented fears for the modern nation and the drawback of modernity. This paper explores the factors which contributed to the construction of girls' hair in school in Republican China , that is , the issue of modernity and nation , the pursuit of women , s liberation and being fashionable.
起訖頁 041-047
關鍵詞 民国时期学校女学生女子剪发身体生成schools in Republican Chinagirl studentshair-cuttingconstruction of human body
刊名 華東師範大學學報(教育科學版)  
期數 201610 (34:4期)
出版單位 華東師範大學
DOI 10.16382/j.cnki.1000-5560.2016.04.006  複製DOI
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