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현대 타이베이의 탄생 : 보이지 않는 타이베이와 볼 수 있는 타이베이

현대 타이베이의 탄생 : 보이지 않는 타이베이와 볼 수 있는 타이베이
Original work 看不見與看得見的臺北
Author 수숴빈
Translator 곽규환, 남소라, 한철민
Editor 권경옥
Publisher 산지니
Publication year 2020
   Page 399
Language Korean
ISBN/ISSN 978-8965456414
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     Su Shuo-bin (1965-) is the curator for the National Museum of Taiwan Literature and a sociologist. His fields of specialty include cultural studies, cultural theory, mass media, and others. He was the originator and lead editor for The Day When the War Ended: Stories of the War Generation in Taiwan.
     Invisible and Visible Taipei uses the emergence of modern urban spaces to explore the underlying structure of Taipei’s pre-modern to modern development. It covers the local “invisible” forces within society during the Qing Dynasty and the government’s resulting ineffective rule until the time of the “visible” statistics management principle employed during the Japanese Colonial Era in Taiwan. From these forms of governing come two different philosophies of the city. Through extensive research into Taiwan’s history, the author uses a historical sociological lens to put forth the concepts of spatial homogenization and spatial visualization and to analyze how “the three sectors” of Mengjia, Dadaocheng, and a nearby area generally called Chengnei come together to form the modern metropolis of “One Taipei.” This book emphasizes that the appearance of modern Taipei is not due to the “natural” increase of population and expansion of the city but it is rather the product of powers within “society” operating in space.

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