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作者 Van Vleet, Stacey A
書名 The "righteous power" of modern Tibetan music within the PRC
國際標準書號 9780542599965
book jacket
說明 135 p
附註 Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 44-05, page: 2121
Adviser: Carole McGranahan
Thesis (M.A.)--University of Colorado at Boulder, 2006
The musical articulations of two contemporary rock bands in Lhasa reveal rich and complex narratives of modernity poised to reinvigorate Tibet's besieged cultural identity. Language domination in today's China is not only an ongoing conscious effort, but potentially and increasingly a reiterated "matrix" of norms shaping and constraining people's identity and voices. Modern musical narratives assert agency by presenting a coherent vision for modernity that engages the master narrative but is resonant with ambivalent emotion, allegiance and social critique. Engagement with the master narrative is partly a strategy to ensure acceptance by state censors, but partly it is the product of unconscious linguistic domination. The ambivalent elements indicate the musicians' attempt to engage with modernity on their own terms and to assert control over the dimensions of their identity, investing "Tibetanness" with a fuller range of meanings and a sense of dignity lacking in the master narrative
School code: 0051
DDC
Host Item Masters Abstracts International 44-05
主題 Anthropology, Cultural
0326
Alt Author University of Colorado at Boulder
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