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    Title: 運動同志與同志運動:台灣男女同志運動團體的興起;Sporting Gays and the Gay Movement: The Emergence of Gay and Lesbian Sports Groups in Taiwan
    Authors: 蔡國成;Kuo-Cheng Tsai
    Contributors: 英美語文學研究所
    Keywords: 性別政治;身體政治;同志運動;同志運動團體;認同政治;body politics;gay/lesbian sports groups;gay/lesbian sports;identity politics;gender politics
    Date: 2004-07-07
    Issue Date: 2009-09-22 09:18:48 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學圖書館
    Abstract: 本篇論文旨在探討1990年代末期之後,臺灣男女同志運動團體(gay/lesbian sports groups)興起的歷史文化背景及其相關的身體政治、性別政治等議題。本篇論文從探討中文裡「同志運動」一辭的字義開始。「同志運動」向來是形容同志參與社會平權運動(gay movement)而非身體、體育相關的運動(sports)。仔細推敲下,台灣男女同志運動團體缺乏學術關注及研究的原因可能是因為一般觀念認為運動不是嚴肅具有政治性的活動。同時身為同志運動員和研究者,筆者試圖替男女同志運動團體的「政治性」翻案,從2001年彩虹運動會暨雷斯盃、2002年雪梨同志世運會、2003同志遊行,都可以看到男女同志運動員參與同志運動(gay movement)的足跡。 除了證明運動同志與同志運動之間的關係外,本篇論文將試圖勾勒同志運動員的身體、性別、認同政治。這些不同的層面和以往現代運動(modern sport)所注重的疆界分野時而相背時而相符。相背的地方,比方現代運動嚴格區分生理性別、心理性別、性傾向、種族及國家而同志運動(gay/lesbian sports)並未嚴格區分。相符之處,比方同志運動團體有時也替性別表現設限,如什麼是可接受的女性化或男性化行為等等。藉著閱讀分析這些身體、性別和認同政治,筆者冀望展現同志運動的複雜性。最後,筆者也將論證男女同志內在的身體、性別和認同政治如何具有表演性(performativity),如何可以被視為不同「做」同志運動(gay movement)的方式。 In this thesis I am going to explore the historical and cultural background of the emergence of the gay/lesbian sports groups in Taiwan along with relevant body politics and gender politics of the participants since late 1990s. The thesis begins with the etymology of the Chinese term “tongzhi yundong,” which has mostly referred to the gay movement not physical sports. The trivialization of gay/lesbian athletics is related with the general conceptions that “sports” is not serious and apolitical. As both a participant and a researcher, I would like to give counterarguments by giving evidences that gay/lesbian athletes do involve themselves in the gay movement such as participating in the Rainbow Games and Lesbian Championship in 2001, the Sydney Gay Games in 2002, and the gay march in 2003. In addition to demonstrate the correlations between sporting gays and the gay movement, this thesis also aims to delineate the unique body politics, gender politics and identity politics that characterize gay/lesbian athletes. These various politics in some ways challenge the boundary projects that are often affiliated with modern sport, such as policed differentiation of sex, gender, sexuality, race, and nationality etc. Sometimes these politics conform to the heteronormative maintenance of norms, including acceptable masculinity and femininity etc. By reading and interpreting these politics, the researcher wants to demonstrate the complexity of gay/lesbian athletics. Last but not least, the researcher will try to disclose the interior performativity of the gay/lesbian athletes and manifest how the body politics, gender politics and the identity politics can be recognized as different forms of doing the gay movement.
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