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供的寶貴建議,以及研究助理石婉婷、呂逸瑄、蔡昕宸、楊雅婷、三村知寬等在 寫作期間協助搜集資料並翻譯,俾使內容更加豐富完善。 Media Technology and Modernity: An Investigation of Radio Usage and Urban Life in the 1930s Colonial Taiwan
This article explores the everyday usage of radio in the 1930s colonial Taiwan. Situating in the narrations of urban life provided by 'Inviolable Destiny', the article aims to depict the complicated networks constituted by radio and other media technologies, and to investigate the interrelationships between new media technologies, consumerism and modernity. Being influenced by globalization, Japan witnessed huge transformations of lifestyles and the rise of mass media and popular culture duringfatcat:n2abb3qbdvdgpaibmqpml3sguy