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    Title: 近現代「京劇捧角」文化研究;The Cultural Study on the “Actor Praising of Pekin Opera” in modern times
    Authors: 王照璵;Wang, Chao Yu
    Contributors: 中國文學系
    Keywords: 近現代;晚清;民國;報刊;捧角;京劇;伶黨;劇評;Modern times;the Press;Chinese Opera;Pekin Opera;Opera Actors;Actor Praising
    Date: 2018-07-31
    Issue Date: 2018-08-31 11:30:07 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 清末民初在西潮的衝擊下,中國社會進入全方面的轉型,作為大眾娛樂的戲曲藝術也不例外,在西方文化的浸染下,中國社會逐漸改變視戲曲為小道以及卑視伶人的傳統觀念,而透過報刊、印刷、攝影等新技術的密集傳播,更將戲曲伶人推向眾所矚目的焦點,成為全國知名的娛樂明星。在以京劇為代表的戲曲界逐漸形成「捧角」文化。

    ;In the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China, the Chinese society went through an all-aspect transformation under the impact of western trends, the art of Chinese opera, a form of mass entertainment, was no exception. Under the influence of western culture, the Chinese society slowly changed its traditional view on opera where it was used to be considered as inferior and degrading. However, through new multimedia technologies such as the press, printing, and photography, Chinese opera actors stepped into the limelight and became nationally famous entertainment stars. Afterward, the “actors praising” culture was gradually formed in the opera community the Chinese opera represents.
    This paper takes the “Actor praising” trend started in the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China as its research topic, analyzes thoroughly the intension of “Actor praising”, explores its origin, development, the community group, its activities and the relationship between the admirers and the opera actors. The “Actor praising” reconstructed the relationship between admirers and opera actors in traditional opera, and it had a profound impact on the creations of Chinese opera stars in modern times.
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