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    Title: 報刊媒體與京劇坤伶的明星化(1912-1937);The impact of printed press and media on the rise of Chinese opera actresses to stardom (1912-1937)
    Authors: 張雅筑;Chang,Ya-chu
    Contributors: 中國文學系
    Keywords: 坤伶;性別;京劇;報刊;城市;明星化;Actresses;Gender;Chinese opera;Printed press;City;Stardom
    Date: 2016-01-25
    Issue Date: 2016-03-17 18:38:07 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 女伶重現於中國近代戲曲舞臺上,是城市娛樂文化其中之一。女伶不僅為戲曲史上帶來改變,且女性從事藝人的職業也成為大眾矚目的焦點,坤伶受到近代媒體報刊的關注,各種的議論圍繞著坤伶產生,使得女伶在近代有著多樣化的形象。
    ;Female opera actresses in modern Chinese operas were an important facet in urban cultural entertainment, as they introduced significant changes to opera traditions and raised public awareness of their profession. These opera actresses have become the focus of the current media’s attention, which has reported on many different aspects of the role. Thus, they created a dynamic image for the actresses in modern Chinese opera.
    This research article focused on Chinese opera actresses active in Beijing, Tianjin, and Shanghai between 1912 and 1937. This era has supported many well-established publishers and media outlets, as it was a breakthrough of information dissemination from the traditional word of mouth method to printed press releases. The combination of media reporting and the performances of the opera actresses themselves became a promotional movement to create opera stars in this area of mass entertainment.
    During the study period, there were many press articles focused on the acting skills of the women as well as the content of the opera. Although these reports may have generated a stereotypical (i.e., negative) image for the audiences, the opera actresses, advocates, and critics all attempted to build a new positive image for this profession. These efforts represented the endeavor to increase the social standing and societal value of opera actresses.
    Opera actresses have played a vital role in the development of modern Chinese opera, and contributed to significant advancements made in performance art. They have laid the foundation for the development of the modern opera.
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