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Sunday, October 22, 2006

My annotated bibliography (correct)

Annotated Bibliography

The E-Government Entry Point of Taiwan, “Drama” Gio, March 28th, 2004
<http://english.www.gov.tw/e-Gov/index.jsp?categid=54&recordid=52897>
This is website is about traditional dramas in Taiwan. The article leads us to understand the basic elements in Taiwanese dramas, and get a clear picture of how Taiwanese dramas developed in the past.

“Taiwan Trendy Drama Lavender: A construction and Representation of Myth about Love” Ting Huei Chao, 2005
<http://ccs.nccu.edu.tw/2004paper/2004T14.pdf>
This is a paper research written by a university professor. In the paper research, the author study about how trendy dramas can be popular in Taiwan and how those dramas construct the love views among young generation. Furthermore, the research also studied how those trendy dramas connected with social culture and values.

E-News, “Newly Constructed Trendy Dramas is Taking New Lead” Shin Ju Wang, 2005
<http://www.yzu.edu.tw/E_news/313/student/01.htm#h>
The news talks about how traditional dramas were adapted and being popular among young generation. However, those dramas are too overabundant. It causes the bad and coarse quality.

Koreanfilm, “Korean TV Dramas” June 10, 2006
<http://www.koreanfilm.org/tvdramas/index.htm>
The website introduces the dramas which have broadcasted in Korea. From the first drama in 1995 to the latest one2006, the website gives the information and main ideas of the story. It provides further information to understand

Shanghaiist, “Korean TV drama rocks the Chinese world” Peijin Chen, September 13, 2005
<http://www.shanghaiist.com/archives/2005/09/13/korean_tv_drama.php>
This is an online article which introduced about some famous Korean dramas. The author described why those dramas can be successful among young generation.

Tseng, Wei Yu. "Loving Dramas." Taipei: Cheng Txon, 2002.
The author interprets some life truths by giving Japanese drama characters as an example. The author also analyzes some values, like happiness, miracle and honesty, edc.

Ko, Shan Shan. "Japan, So Desu." Taipei: Shang Chi, 2005
The author shares her own experience and point of view of Japan. She leads us to understand Japan’s tradition by taking Japanese dramas as examples.

Wispa, "5 Ways for Looking For Happiness." Taipei: Yehzi, 2005
There are many unfinished regrets or disappointments. The author tells us how to find our happiness by taking those Japan’s drama as examples. The book also shows how modern people rely on those dramas.

Liu, Yin Ing, "Loving Korean Dramas." Taipei: Top Publisher, 2002
In this book, you can know how Korean dramas develop and influence audience. Some reflections and realizations are also put in this book. It’s really a good guideline for understanding Korean dramas.

Huang, I Lang, "Fun with Korean Drama." Taipei: City Publisher, 2002
This book is actually a guideline for Korean drama fan to understand Korean dramas furthermore. It includes many famous dramas, like “Fire”. The author analyzes the story and the personality of characters in those dramas. It also introduces some famous hot spots which have appeared in those drams.

2 Comments:

Blogger peijin said...

I'm peijin chen. Glad that whatever i wrote could be of some use to you. Are you student in the US? And Wenzao is in Taiwan?

10:37 AM  
Blogger Alice said...

No, I am in Taiwan, and I am a student from Wenzao. Thx for your helping~ I think it's gonna help me a lot on doing my research.

11:11 PM  

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