Title

網絡仇視女性文化與不雅粗鄙修辭 : 香港「兼職女友」個案研究

Alternative Title

Networked misogyny and scatological rhetoric : the case of Hong Kong's "part-time girlfriends"

Document Type

Journal article

Source Publication

香港社會科學學報 = Hong Kong Journal of Social Sciences

Publication Date

1-1-2017

Issue

50

First Page

87

Last Page

111

Publisher

香港教育大學大中華研究中心

Keywords

仇恨女性文化, 網絡, 性工作, 兼職女友, 不雅用語, Misogyny, Network, Part-time Girl Friends, Scatological Rhetoric, Sex worker

Abstract

本文以香港「兼職女友」網絡事件作為個案,探究網絡仇視女性文化的網絡獨特性。作者指出,去中心、遊樂場或狂歡式的混搭網絡傳播已在此起事件,產生了兩個新的存有個體(beings),分別是「(男性)嫖客」及「(女性)性工作者」,並以真實生活及身體進入互聯網,進行體現式表達。但是,性工作者始終是一個被揭露、注視、嘲弄及被貶抑的對象,她的自述被認為不該得到別人傾聽。相反,男性嫖客則不斷被催促「爆料」及論述下去。網民透過不雅粗鄙的言辭獲取論述快感,構成「正常人」的網絡社群,訴諸仇恨言說,排擠異類女性聲音。

This paper explores the uniqueness of networked misogyny using the case of Hong Kong’s part-time girlfriends. The author identifies two new beings emerging from decentered, playful, and carnivalesque online communication. The “(male) whoremonger” and the “(female) sex worker” bring their lives and bodies to the Internet and engage in embodied expression. However, the sex worker remains an object to be revealed, gazed upon, mocked, and contradicted; the voice of her personal account is not listened to. By contrast, the whoremonger is continuously enticed to “spill” and engage in discourse. Netizens take pleasure from using obscene and indecent language in this online community of “normal people” and edging out women’s dissident voices through hate speeches.

Print ISSN

10213619

Publisher Statement

Copyright © Centre for Greater China Studies, The Education University of Hong Kong 2017. All Rights Reserved.

Language

Chinese (Traditional)

Recommended Citation

葉蔭聰 (2017)。網絡仇視女性文化與不雅粗鄙修辭 : 香港「兼職女友」個案研究。《香港社會科學學報》,(50),87-111。

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