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Polyphony: Vernacularized Feminisms and the Urban Network of Communication

  • Qiliang He
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Part of the Chinese Literature and Culture in the World book series (CLCW)

Abstract

The love affair provides a lens to examine the rise of an urban network of communication that featured both newspaper and non-newspaper media in the late 1920s. In this period, a new trend of journalism set in—namely, the concentration of capital and cut-throat competition among high-budget daily newspapers. In order to survive and thrive, second-tier newspapers resorted to high-profile social news, such as the Huang–Lu affair, to both reap profits and impart behavioral codes. Beyond the newspaper media, a concerted effort by dramatists, publishers, pop singers, folklorists, street artists, and gramophone record companies to represent the case testifies to the flowering of web of communication that linked consumers of various social and economic backgrounds. In this network, consumers, especially low-brow ones, vernacularized May-Fourth feminist and sexological notions to arrive at their understandings of the elopement and to show their worthiness as members of modern society.

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  • Qiliang He
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  1. 1.Illinois State UniversityNormalUSA

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