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1.Overview of the Development of Gender Linguistics in China

Author: ZHANG Xinfeng
Source: Proceedings of 2014 International Symposium —Female Survival and Development
ISBN: 978-0-9924140-9-2
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Date: 2014-Oct
Keywords: Gender language, Gender linguistics, Domestic development, Overview
Abstract: Gender linguistics in the West is in full swing while the relevant research at home is only in the ascendant. This paper is aimed at concluding the development of gender linguistics in China. The writer first outlines the history of gender linguistics study abroad, summarizes the domestic achievements and shortcomings made in the field of gender & language, then reveals the coupling relationship between establishing the emerging discipline and academic research. Besides, this paper analyzes the necessity of the separation of gender linguistics from social linguistics to be an independent subject with Chinese characteristics in the view of its theory and realistic needs. Last of all, some suggestions are put forward to the theory construction, personal training and management system of gender linguistics.

2.The Female Images and Their Living Conditions in Taiwan Travel Films

Author: WANG Meng
Source: Proceedings of 2014 International Symposium —Female Survival and Development
ISBN: 978-0-9924140-9-2
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Date: 2014-Oct
Keywords: Taiwan travel film, Self-consciousness, Female image, Living condition, The metaphor of disease
Abstract: Taiwan Travel films have been popular with a large group of audience all over the world, because they focus on showing the beautiful natural landscapes and local culture. From the perspective of gender studies, we can also find something significant in these movies. So it is demonstrated that women travelers should be changed in their body and mind by travelling. In particular, that means the special experience on journey should awaken self-consciousness in order to reshape female images. Also, the woman patients reproduced in an artistic way can attract our attention to improve their living conditions. Maybe travelling outdoors can offer them a good opportunity to set them free from the huge pressure and discrimination in our society.

3.From Vanilla Beauty to Popular Flower—Female Imagery and Social Transformation

Author: LIN Cunxiu
Source: Proceedings of 2014 International Symposium —Female Survival and Development
ISBN: 978-0-9924140-9-2
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Date: 2014-Oct
Keywords: Female images, Gender, Power relations, Emotion politics
Abstract: This paper tries to examine the relation between female images and social transformation approach form gender studies and women’s history. By investigating the real women and fictional images related to Xinju, to explore the change of gender under the surface of entertainment market. Furthermore, women create an influential and emotional community in the mundane life, which shows political power in some special historical context.

4.On Bing Xin’s Maternal Love: Women and Chinese Modernity as the Case

Author: SUN Guirong
Source: Proceedings of 2014 International Symposium —Female Survival and Development
ISBN: 978-0-9924140-9-2
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Date: 2014-Oct
Keywords: Women and Chinese Modernity, Maternal love, Bing Xin, Subversion
Abstract: Rey Chow’s Women and Chinese Modernity offering a psychoanalytic restatement on Bing Xin’s maternal love is a well-known book in the field of overseas Chinese literature studies. It takes The First Dinner Party as a case and quotes Masochism, Negative Oedipus Complex, or other western theories to illustrate Bing Xin’s texts, declaring its’ overflow and overindulged characteristics, and questions traditional and male-centered criticism on Bing Xin. The comment is adventurous, theorized and westernized to some extent, even forming discourse hegemony with blind estimation. The paper considers Bing Xin’s descriptions of maternal love individually and historically, which are on the realistic background of her own experiences. Women and Chinese Modernity reflects the sign of over-interpretation in Chinese research with breaking off the specific social and cultural contexts. Concerning on the issue is of great necessity for Chinese modern literature study.

5.Preliminary Study on Translation of Nobel Literature Award Works from the View of Feminism Translation Theory

Author: JIAO Dan 1, 2
Source: Proceedings of 2014 International Symposium —Female Survival and Development
ISBN: 978-0-9924140-9-2
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Date: 2014-Oct
Keywords: Feminism translation theory, Noble Literature Award works, Translation
Abstract: Mo Yan, as the first Chinese winner of the Nobel Literature Award, raised an upsurge of reading and studying the Noble Literature Award works among Chinese people. Translator, therefore, has become a hot topic in field of translation. Under such background, with the object of the Noble Literature Award, this article, regarding the feminism translation theory as theoretical foundation, adopting the methodology of literature review and qualitative research method, discusses the feminism translation theory’s affection and influence on translation practice. The paper aims at the exploratory researches on translation problems of the Noble Literature Award works from the view of the feminism translation theory, analyzing the coupling relationship of the feminism translation theory and the Nobel Literature Award translations. The author then puts forward strategies and advice from the perspective of feminism translation theory, for the sake of making some practical contributions on translation theory and the development of translation practice.

6.A Study of Colleen McCullough’s View on Women

Author: CUI Xiaoxi
Source: Proceedings of 2014 International Symposium —Female Survival and Development
ISBN: 978-0-9924140-9-2
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Date: 2014-Oct
Keywords: Colleen McCullough, View on women, The Touch, The Thorn Birds
Abstract: The Touch and The Thorn Birds are the most important and famous family sagas written by Colleen McCullough, the well-known contemporary Australian woman writer. In those two novels, McCullough has shown us the different life experiences of different women characters. Through their lives, McCullough actually tells us her view on women. This paper tries to analyze McCullough’s view on women through discussing the different women characters. This paper comes to a conclusion that, according McCullough’s view, women need to establish a harmonious relationship between men and women so that they can get real happiness, freedom and equality.

7.A Different Voice of Feminism: Self-salvation

Author: ZHANG Yuying
Source: Proceedings of 2014 International Symposium —Female Survival and Development
ISBN: 978-0-9924140-9-2
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Date: 2014-Oct
Keywords: Women, Independence, Self-salvation
Abstract: Doris Lessing and Margaret Atwood are prominent female writers in contemporary literary world. This paper tells us, if women really want to be independent, they must have self-awareness, divorce, homosexual or a room are not enough for women’s liberty. Women should get rid of the patriarchal thoughts and discover their own values. Only after they get rid of ignorance and acknowledge that as the victim of male world, they themselves also share the responsibility for their current plight can they step out of dilemma and find a complete self.

8.A Preliminary Study on the Network Female Romantic Novels and Its Influence

Author: ZHANG Yanli
Source: Proceedings of 2014 International Symposium —Female Survival and Development
ISBN: 978-0-9924140-9-2
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Date: 2014-Oct
Keywords: The network of female romantic fiction, Marriage view, The younger reading, Power worship
Abstract: Network female romantic novels in recent years like a raging fire, to show the modern young women think and feel about the love and marriage from a variety of perspectives and themes, including the constant pursuit of romantic love, Paranoid in beauty, Cinderella legend, the commitment to the marriage and family. The expression of the love and marriage values directly or indirectly impact on female readers consciousness and behavior, including the adverse consequences of younger age reading, on love and marriage demanding, the worship of the power and wealth, these all remind people that to spread on network literature should effectively control.

9.Evolvement of Feminism in China Seen in May 4th Literature and Female Images in Snowy Beauty

Author: YAN Ning 1, SU Ke 2
Source: Proceedings of 2014 International Symposium —Female Survival and Development
ISBN: 978-0-9924140-9-2
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Date: 2014-Oct
Keywords: May 4th literature, Snowy Beauty, Female images, Feminism
Abstract: A century has passed since introduction of the term feminism into China in the early 20th Century. Through the development of Chinese feminism, each stage saw corresponding literary images. The paper selects representative literary works from May 4th Movement, compares the female images, discusses developmental stages of feminism in China, and explores the reasons and characteristics of various stages based on their social backgrounds, image-molding and cultural connotations.

10.A Room of Her Own and a Room with a View

Author: LU Yanping
Source: Proceedings of 2014 International Symposium —Female Survival and Development
ISBN: 978-0-9924140-9-2
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Date: 2014-Oct
Keywords: Room, A view, Identity, Self-actualization
Abstract: The paper goes from A Room of One’s Own back to A Room of a View to probe ways, not by way of statistic analysis, but by way of story-telling, to women’s liberation and independence. A room of her own is difficulty enough to obtain, but how come a phenomenon of “marry into the purple”, of getting into someone else’s room, is quite a sensation by now? If self-actualization and happiness instead of material comfort constitute the ultimate of one’s life, “a view” is more important than a room itself.
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