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    Title: 台灣的街頭塗鴉文化
    Authors: 郭一勤
    Keywords: 街頭塗鴉
    Date: 2008-06
    Issue Date: 2009-09-11 11:37:57 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 從廁所的情色塗鴉、風景區的到此一遊塗鴉、公車上的青少年立可白塗鴉,到變電箱上的簽名塗鴉,無論就出現地點、形式、內容而言,塗鴉都非常多樣,如何有系統地加以分類,以易於掌握與分析,一直是塗鴉研究者面對的難題。
    Graffiti could be found in different spaces, like toilets, buses, parks, electric boxes, etc. The subjects of graffiti include romantic love, sex, names, politics, and humor. How to categorize graffiti with such complicated characteristics draws a lot of attention of researchers. In this paper, we first try to clarify the basic forms of graffiti and examine the developmental trends of graffiti from historical perspective. Since there are various kinds of graffiti with different developments, this paper only focuses on the street graffiti which belong to a global graffiti phenomenon and are influenced by New York subway graffiti movement. Based on interviews of graffiti writers and observation notes, we try to understand, in the specific Taiwanese culture, how street graffiti was introduced to Taiwan, how graffiti writers develop their career, the major types and characteristics of graffiti in Taiwan, and the meaning of writing on streets.
    Relation: 台灣社會研究季刊,n.70, 2008.6,79-120
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