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Title: 性別化公民主體
Authors: 陳素秋
Contributors: 政治學研究所
Keywords: 公民身分
civic subject
gender politics
embodied self
relational self
narrative self
Date: 2008
Issue Date: 2010-11-12T08:25:55Z
Abstract: 性別政治研究指出,傳統政治理論與研究常以男性經驗為常模,忽略弱勢性別公民生活經驗,因而造成對弱勢性別公民的支配與壓迫,其中公民身分的相關規範與內涵亦然。本文旨在檢視公民身分實踐中的性別偏頗,嘗試提出更能納入弱勢性別公民生活經驗的公民身分內涵。
Scholars argue that political theory has traditionally assummed men’s life experences as the norm. This bias leads to the deprivation and the domination of other genders. This article explores gender bias in the concept of citizenship, an idea essential to political theory, in order to provide a more gender-inclusive model of citizenship.
Drawing attention to citizenship theory, this article examines the image of the civic subject, which is presumed to define the content of citizenship. Specifically, I aim to uncover the inherent gender bias in the constitution of the civic subject within liberalism and republicanism, and to analyze the practice of citizenship among the disadvantaged gender in Taiwan. This article will reconstruct a Weberian ideal type of the gendered civic subject which incorporates the embodied self, relational self and narrative self. Employing this ideal type of civic subject to review the norm of citizenship facilitates bringing back citizen life for the disadvantaged gender and, as a result, addressing the gender bias. Finally, on the basis of the gendered civic subject, this article presents four themes which accomplish a more gender-inclusive model of citizenship: (1) the dependency of the citizen as the basic condition of citizenship; (2) the exemption of disadvantaged citizens’ bodies from being problematized; (3) the recongnition of the legitimacy of the need of concrete others; and (4) the encouragement of a civic narrative to create a new model and significance for civic participation.
Relation: 女學學誌
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