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篇名 現身後還是隱形人—台灣同志的家庭出櫃紮根理論
When coming out does not make you out: A grounded theory of coming out to family for Taiwanese LGB individuals
作者 張竹芩
中文摘要

本研究使用了台灣的男同志、女同志,及雙性戀樣本,建立了在家庭中出櫃的紮根理論。此出櫃紮根理論挑戰了傳統上對於出櫃的概念—亦即將出櫃視為傾訴。這樣的概念忽略了同志在家庭出櫃互動中的複雜性,也無法反映出台灣同志的真實處境。本文使用了 Charmaz版本的紮根理論,發現了核心範疇(core categories)— 「為了達成穩定家庭關係而搭起關係的鷹架」,以及三個命題(propositions)。一,同志與他們的家人有著對於自我及家庭生活不同的兩套期待,只要他們的兩套期待有歧異 ,他們就會試圖搭起關係的鷹架來使期待變得一致。二,搭起關係的鷹架不一定會成功,但是搭鷹架使得關係調節變成了不斷重複的過程。三,這個不斷重覆的搭鷹架過程,受到許多內在和外在的因素影響。

英文摘要

This study used a Taiwanese lesbian, gay, and bisexual sample to establish a grounded theory of coming out to family. It reconceptualized coming out to reflect the nuances in LGB family relationship that are missed when coming out is conceptualized as disclosure. The grounded theory (Charmaz, 1995) found the core category to be scaffolding for a stable family relationship, with three key propositions. First, the LGB persons and their parents have their set of expectations for personal and family life; as long as the two sets of expectations are discrepant, involved parties will try various scaffolding efforts to reconcile. Second, the scaffolding efforts, which may or may not serve the purpose of reconciliation, turn the process into an iterative one. Third, the iterative process of scaffolding is influenced by a host of internal and external factors, and each impact how the coming out process turns out to be.

中文關鍵詞 紮根理論,同志,家庭傳播,出櫃,鷹架
英文關鍵詞 grounded theory, LGBTQ, family communication, coming out, scaffolding
發表日期 2016/06/19
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