戒色者的意义世界与主体建构——对一个网络社群的社会学研究 (Meaning World and Subjective Construction of an Anti-Masturbation Community: A Sociological Investigation)

Chinese Sociological Association Annual Meeting 2016(中国社会学年会)

14 Pages Posted: 30 Jul 2019

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Chuncheng Liu

University of California, San Diego (UCSD), Department of Sociology and Science Studies Program

Mian Chen

Northwestern University - Department of History, Students

Date Written: July 19, 2016

Abstract

Chinese Abstract: 适度自慰的无害性早已从“生物科学”的层面得以证实。但近年来,反自慰(“戒色”)的话语却在国内巨大影响,追随者已达百万。对此,中文文献对此缺少关注,而西方的相关研究在其历史和宗教的背景下的讨论,亦无法解释中国“戒色”社群中的个体化、世俗化导向。本文通过对多名“戒色”实践者的深度访谈及其所在网络社群的话语分析,探讨该社群如何在当下社会语境下挪用传统、宗教、国族等元素对“性”及“自慰”的话语进行主体建构;个体又是如何反思性地重塑自我认同及生活轨迹,进而践行另类的意义世界的。

English Abstract: The harmlessness of moderate masturbation has long been confirmed from the perspective of “biological science”. However, in recent years, the discourse of "anti-masturbation" have been greatly affected in China, and its followers have reached more than one million. However, current literature lacks attention to this very strange issue. Through in-depth interviews with several “anti-masturbation” practitioners and discourse analysis of the online community, this paper explores how the community uses traditional, religious, nationalism and other elements to frame the issue of masturbation and the social relations associated with it. The discourse of masturbation carries out the subject construction. While practitioners reflexively reshapes their self-identity and life trajectory, and then practices the alternative meaning world.

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Keywords: 自慰, 话语, 主体建构, 意义世界, 网络社群

Suggested Citation

Liu, Chuncheng and Chen, Mian, 戒色者的意义世界与主体建构——对一个网络社群的社会学研究 (Meaning World and Subjective Construction of an Anti-Masturbation Community: A Sociological Investigation) (July 19, 2016). Chinese Sociological Association Annual Meeting 2016(中国社会学年会), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3422950 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3422950

Chuncheng Liu (Contact Author)

University of California, San Diego (UCSD), Department of Sociology and Science Studies Program ( email )

La Jolla, CA
United States

Mian Chen

Northwestern University - Department of History, Students ( email )

United States

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