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Article Id 55301
Journal Title 教育資料與圖書館學
Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences
Title 孰執牛耳?明代蘇州藏書家 社群的數位人文解析| Full Text Avaliable |     
Who Was the Key Figure? A Social Network Analysis of Suzhou Book Collector Groups in Ming Dynasty through a Digital Humanities Approach
Author(s) 陳冠至
Kuan-Chih Chen
ORCID 0000-0001-6563-8871

Bo-Yi Chen
ORCID 0000-0002-8214-8097

Ching-Cheng Huang
ORCID 0000-0002-6876-7166
Language Chinese
Vol.&No. Vol.55No.3
Publishing Date November 2018
Start/End Page 243~284
Doc Type Research Article
Chinese Abstract 明代蘇州藏書家的社群集團性格十分明顯,與明代的「吳中文苑」彼此呼應,對於全國各地的區域藏書文化,產生了十分強大的影響力。一般而言,古代藏書家與藏書家之間的社群集合,可以透過血緣、姻親、師承、友朋等社會關係加以鏈結,但是這四種關係的史料紀錄卻十分龐雜而難以處理。為此,本文嘗試利用數位人文技術,選擇社群分析軟體,來對明代蘇州藏書家集團性進行深入性的探究,進而描繪出藏書家集團的四大社會關係網絡模型,並縷列其不同時期的傳承性或關連性,同時研判明代不同時期內蘇州藏書家集團的核心社群及核心社群裡的靈魂人物,其結果可能將與以往學者們的認知有所不同,期盼能夠提供另一種參考。
EnglishAbstract In Ming Dynasty, the characteristic of social congregation among the Suzhou (蘇州) book collectors were extremely prevalent. The characteristic echoed withMing Dynasty’s “Wuzhong Wenyuan” (吳中文苑). The Suzhou book collectorshad significant influence on the regional collection culture at Suzhou during the Ming Dynasty, and even on the collection culture all over the country. Generally speaking, the social linkages between ancient book collectors can be categorized into four categories, namely through linkages via consanguinity (relationship by blood), affinity (relationship by marriage), same school of thoughts, or friendship. However, historical records on these four linkages are enormous and fragmented. Processing and analyzing such records is difficult. Therefore, this study attempts to utilize digital humanity technology by selecting the social community analysis software to conduct in-depth analysis on Suzhou book collectors in Ming Dynasty, aims to depict the four major social network models of the Suzhou book collectors, and to identify the heritage or connection through the difference periods. The study also aims to identify the core social groups among the Suzhou book collector communities in Ming Dynasty during different periods, and to provide answers questions such as the identity of core members in the social communities. The result may be different from the academic community previous perception, and can serve as a good clarification, and another good reference to the public.
Chinese Keywords 明代;蘇州;藏書家社群;數位人文;
English Keywords Ming Dynasty;Suzhou;Book Collector Communities;Digital Humanities;
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Chinese APA style citation 陳冠至 、陳柏溢 、黃敬程 (2018)。孰執牛耳?明代蘇州藏書家 社群的數位人文解析。教育資料與圖書館學55(3),243-284。 doi:10.6120/JoEMLS.201811_55(3).0019.RS.AM
EnglishAPA style citation Chen, K.-C., & Chen, B.-Y., & Huang, C.-C. (2018). Who Was the Key Figure? A Social Network Analysis of Suzhou Book Collector Groups in Ming Dynasty through a Digital Humanities Approach. Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences, 55(3), 243-284. doi:10.6120/JoEMLS.201811_55(3).0019.RS.AM
ChineseChicago style citation 陳冠至 、陳柏溢 、黃敬程 。「孰執牛耳?明代蘇州藏書家 社群的數位人文解析」,教育資料與圖書館學55卷,3期(2018):243-284。 doi:10.6120/JoEMLS.201811_55(3).0019.RS.AM
EnglishChicago style citation Kuan-Chih Chen, Bo-Yi Chen and Ching-Cheng Huang, "Who Was the Key Figure? A Social Network Analysis of Suzhou Book Collector Groups in Ming Dynasty through a Digital Humanities Approach," Journal of Educational Media & Library Sciences 55, no. 3 (November 2018): 243-284. doi:10.6120/JoEMLS.201811_55(3).0019.RS.AM
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