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Title: 音樂社會學:經典理論回顧與新興議題展望
Other Titles: The Sociology of Music: A Review on Classical Theories and an Overview on Potential Issues
Authors: 朱夢慈
Meng-Tze CHU
Issue Date: Nov-2019
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學音樂學院
College of Music, NTNU
Abstract: 本文回顧音樂社會學的主要理論、議題,及近年新興的熱門研究趨勢,回顧的文本以英文發表的著作為主。音樂社會學近來在國際學術圈重新引起關注,此現象可從近十年以音樂社會學為主題的專文出版看出端倪。音樂社會學的研究基本上可分為將音樂視為客體,以及將音樂視為行動兩種概念化音樂的途徑。它們處理音樂實踐如何形成群體,並以次文化、後次文化、場景與部落主義等不同理論來描述。研究者也討論特定樂種與曲目,如何被特定權力建構其社會位階與歷史價值,也關注音樂如何被創造與流通。本文後半部整理出新興且具有發展性的議題,包括高齡搖滾樂迷與懷舊現象、音樂與負面情境的關聯性、現場音樂與無原創作品的平凡音樂人、「科技與社會」和音樂的關係等。
This article reviews the classical theories, issues, and the emerging research trend in the sociology of music in recent years. The literature reviewed here is mainly to articles published in English. The sociology of music has regained popularity in the academy, and the phenomenon is especially striking with an upsurge in the publications on sociology of music in the past 10 years. The classical theories and issues reviewed here include two different approaches to conceptualize music: music as object and music as action. The researchers analyze how communities are shaped by musicians and how concepts, such as subculture, post-subculture, scene and tribalism are used to describe music practices. Sociology of music also explores how specific genres and repertoires are constructed by the power structure in the society and thus given historical meanings and values. Meanwhile, this paper also discusses the production and distribution of music from different approaches. The second half of the paper presents the new and potential issues in the field during the last 10 years, including: the relationship between senior rock fans and nostalgia, the links between music and negative situations, live music and ordinary musicians without original works, as well as the connection between science-technology and music.
Other Identifiers: 7D3FAF00-2FB7-F354-B01E-48B9BB7F3F33
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