辛亥革命前后的辫发风潮

黎志刚 Lai, Chi Kong (2007). 辛亥革命前后的辫发风潮. In 李長莉 Changli Li and 左玉河 Yuhe Zuo (Ed.), 近代中国社会与民间文化. Social and folk culture in modern China (pp. 133-146) Beijing, China: 社會科學文獻出版社 Social Sciences Academic Press.

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Author 黎志刚 Lai, Chi Kong
Title of chapter 辛亥革命前后的辫发风潮
Translated title of chapter The cutting of the queue during the 1911 revolution
Language of Chapter Title chi
Title of book 近代中国社会与民间文化. Social and folk culture in modern China
Translated title of book Social and folk culture in modern China
Language of Book Title chi
Place of Publication Beijing, China
Publisher 社會科學文獻出版社 Social Sciences Academic Press
Publication Year 2007
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
Series 中国近代社会史研究集刊 Zhōngguó jìndài shèhuì shǐ yánjiū jíkān [Modern Chinese Social History Research Quarterly]
ISBN 9787802306967
7802306965
Editor 李長莉 Changli Li
左玉河 Yuhe Zuo
Chapter number 8
Start page 133
End page 146
Total pages 14
Total chapters 31
Language chi
Formatted Abstract/Summary 发型是研究日常生活史上的一个好题目.它不单表现时代风貌和民族 风格,也是我们了解营造国族过程中一个很有意思的案例。

发式是可以用来区分阶级、性别、年龄、职业、民族和婚姻地位的标志( symbol) 。在民国以前, 发型与礼俗、审美、极力( power) 和文化意义( meaning) 有关,特别与社会控制( control )有关。曲在中外接触时,外国人常用男人的辫于和女人的小脚作为中国落后的象征。曲在民国以后,男女发式成为识别保守和革命及进步的标记。发型也与民族认同、性别区分、时尚和社会变迁有关。

本文是希望从近代中国发型的变迁来探讨19 世纪末和20 世纪初中国革命和变迁中发型如何被时人想象为革命及非革命的标志。维新和革命党人如何从发式中去营造社会变迁的配套信念。本文亦探讨中国近代发型的改变如何影响人民生活方式和社会经济的变迁。作者希望透过中国近代的辫发风云来展示中国国民如何面对数千年来未有的变局。这一日常生活方式的突变也可启迪我们对国族营造过程中, 个人如何适应变革倡导者的倡议。作者希望从"发式"这一件生活小事来反映大时代变动,中国人如何面对革命和变迁的冲击,这种国民心态改变与法国大革命时代的"杀猫"风云有很多雷同的地方。① 从国民风俗的转变,我们可以加深了解20 世纪国人如何想象未来和改革者如何营造"迈向近代"的路向及看法。

The hair is a good topic to study everyday life in the history of it is not only the performance of the ethos and ethnic styles, but also our understanding to create a very interesting case in the process of nation.

The hair is a sign that can be used to distinguish between class, gender, age, occupation, nationality and marital status (symbol). Before the Republic of China, hair and customs, aesthetic, strong (power) and the cultural significance (meaning), in particular, and social control (control). The song in Chinese and foreign contacts, foreigners braid of the common man and a woman's feet as a symbol of backwardness. The song in the Republic of China, the hair of men and women become a marker to identify the conservative revolution and progress. Hair and national identity, gender, fashion and social change related.

This is the hope that the changes of modern China hairstyle to explore the late 19th century and early 20th century, the Chinese revolution and changes in hair how when people think of it as the sign of the revolution and the revolution. Reformers and revolutionaries from the hair to create a supporting belief in social change. This article also discusses the changes in China's modern hair how it affects people's lifestyles and socio-economic changes. The authors hope to show how the Chinese nationals to face thousands of years without change in the situation through the braided hair of the Chinese modern situation. Mutations of the way of daily life can inspire our nation to create a process, individuals how to adapt to the advocates of change initiatives. The authors from the hair, which a wit to reflect the changes of the era, the Chinese people how to deal with the impact of the revolution and change, such changes in the national mentality and the French Revolution era "kill the cat" situation similar. Change from national customs we can a better understanding of how the 20th century, people imagine the future and reformers is how to create "Towards a modern way and views.
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