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[匈]米哈伊·霍帕尔(Mihály Hoppál) 彭佳 贾欣 张建中   社会科学文献出版社  2020-03 出版
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本书是民族符号学研究领域的代表性著作。作者将符号学视为透视民族文化现象的深层结构模式,并将民族文化的互动视为语言隐喻的多渠道传播与意义流变。作者霍帕尔是匈牙利科学院民族学研究所(Institute of Ethnology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences)前主席,联合国非物质文化遗产匈牙利委员会委员,民族符号学的学科奠基人。著有多部民族符号学专著,代表作为《民族符号学:文化研究方法》(Ethnosemiotics: Approaches to the Study of Culture),发表民族学研究的专业论文60余篇,并拍摄和指导了超过20余部民族学记录片。
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  • 编委会
  • 文前辅文
  • 总序
  • 前言 记一位匈牙利民族符号学家
  • 第一章 民族符号学的方法
    1. 一 欧洲的民族符号学
    2. 二 苏联的文化符号学
    3. 三 美国的符号人类学
    4. 四 民族阐释学
  • 第二章 岩石“艺术”研究的符号学方法
  • 第三章 西伯利亚萨满观的宇宙象征
    1. 一 作为中介的萨满
    2. 二 萨满服
    3. 三 萨满头饰
    4. 四 萨满头冠
    5. 五 萨满腰带和足饰
    6. 六 萨满之树
  • 第四章 萨满鼓的符号和象征
    1. 一 制鼓的象征意义
    2. 二 十字图形的象征及其意义
  • 第五章 空间关系模式、社会结构和世界观
    1. 一 文化中的符码:民族符号学引论
    2. 二 论世界观与信仰体系
    3. 三 空间关系模式与社会结构
    4. 四 匈牙利的例子
    5. 五 作为身份象征的亚洲蒙古包
    6. 六 总结传统与变化
  • 第六章 匈牙利民间艺术中的性符号
    1. 一 引言
    2. 二 民歌文本
    3. 三 爱情象征
    4. 四 关于像似性
    5. 五 视觉文本理论与结束语
  • 第七章 一场乡村婚礼的符号学分析
  • 第八章 一个美籍匈牙利人社群中的符号学和民族象征
    1. 一 研究内容
    2. 二 田野工作的地点
    3. 三 生活史与生活世界:对田野工作阐释学的方法论探讨
    4. 四 南本德匈牙利人的历史
    5. 五 匈牙利移民的社群生活
    6. 六 社交仪式
    7. 七 社交事件的符号学
    8. 八 总结
  • 第九章 过去的符号:家庭照片的符用学
    1. 一 社群背景
    2. 二 家庭照片的功能
    3. 三 家庭照片的社会意义
  • 第十章 零符号:作为对爱欲之否定的裸体
  • 第十一章 深符号:匈牙利文身民俗的符用学
  • 第十二章 连锁信:当代民俗与传统链
    1. 一 匿名信
    2. 二 文本和分析
    3. 三 恒定的和变化的元素
    4. 四 文件帝国的连锁信
    5. 五 文化历史笔记
    6. 六 传统链中的当代民俗
    7. 七 中国谚语
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