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德国妇女地位提高的过程
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  • 问题内容:在贵馆资料查询中我只找到了女权运动的历史,但由于对检索系统不太熟练,我想查询德国妇女地位提升在语言上的体现,但并未成功。恳请贵馆管理员给予帮助。
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    在上海图书馆馆藏EBSCOhost的ASC(Academic Search Complete)数据库中以“German women language”作关键词进行检索,可以找到一些相关的文献信息。现提供其中部分如下,供参考:

    TY  - JOUR
    AU  - Summers, Caroline
    T1  - Hostage to Feminism? The Success of Christa Wolf's <italic>Kassandra</italic> in its 1984 English Translation.
    JO  - Gender & History
    JF  - Gender & History
    Y1  - 2018/03//
    VL  - 30
    IS  - 1
    M3  - Article
    SP  - 226
    EP  - 239
    PB  - Wiley-Blackwell
    SN  - 09535233
    AB  - Christa Wolf is one of several female writers from the former German Democratic Republic (GDR) whose writing reflects an interest in gendered experience. These socialist writers mostly rejected identification as feminists, avoiding association with what they considered to be a bourgeois and capitalist movement. However, by far the most internationally successful of these writers, Christa Wolf, has been consistently marketed and read in English translation as a feminist author. Where the writing of others such as Irmtraud Morgner is perhaps regarded as too deeply embedded in a socialist consciousness and remains largely untranslated, Wolf’s texts have found favour in English because of their apparent compatibility with ostensibly universal narratives of experience. This reframing at the heart of Wolf’s international success exposes tensions between her socialist humanist interest in questions of gender and a normative Anglophone narrative of western(ised) feminism into which she is appropriated by translators, readers, publishers, reviewers and the academy. These tensions are particularly visible in the 1984 English-language translation and reception of Wolf’s ‘Cassandra’ (1983). [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
    AB  - Copyright of Gender & History is the property of Wiley-Blackwell and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a listserv without the copyright holder's express written permission. However, users may print, download, or email articles for individual use. This abstract may be abridged. No warranty is given about the accuracy of the copy. Users should refer to the original published version of the material for the full abstract. (Copyright applies to all Abstracts.)
    KW  - GERMAN literature
    KW  - TRANSLATING & interpreting
    KW  - GERMAN women authors
    KW  - FEMINISM & literature
    KW  - LITERATURE -- Women authors
    KW  - TRANSLATIONS into English
    KW  - EAST German literature -- History & criticism
    KW  - WOLF, Christa, 1929-2011
    KW  - CASSANDRA: A Novel & Four Essays (Book)
    N1  - Accession Number: 128459101; Summers, Caroline; Source Info: Mar2018, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p226; Subject Term: GERMAN literature; Subject Term: TRANSLATING & interpreting; Subject Term: GERMAN women authors; Subject Term: FEMINISM & literature; Subject Term: LITERATURE -- Women authors; Subject Term: TRANSLATIONS into English; Subject Term: EAST German literature -- History & criticism; Reviews & Products: CASSANDRA: A Novel & Four Essays (Book); NAICS/Industry Codes: 541930 Translation and Interpretation Services; People: WOLF, Christa, 1929-2011; Number of Pages: 14p; Illustrations: 1 Color Photograph; Document Type: Article; Full Text Word Count: 7620
    L3  - 10.1111/1468-0424.12345
    UR  - http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=128459101&lang=zh-cn&site=ehost-live
    DP  - EBSCOhost
    DB  - a9h
    ER  -

    TY  - JOUR
    AU  - Dawson, Ruth
    AU  - Maierhofer, Waltraud
    T1  - GERMAN REDISCOVERY OF LIFE WRITING: INTRODUCTION TO ESSAYS ON GERMAN-SPEAKING WOMEN AS RULERS, CONSORTS, AND ROYAL MISTRESSES IN THE LONG EIGHTEENTH CENTURY.
    JO  - Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly
    JF  - Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly
    Y1  - 2004///Summer2004
    VL  - 27
    IS  - 3
    M3  - Article
    SP  - 483
    EP  - 494
    PB  - University of Hawai'i
    SN  - 01624962
    AB  - Discusses German explanations for the rediscovery of autobiography/biography in the long eighteenth century. Growing dissatisfaction with history-without-people; Role of the history of mentalities; Influence of the linguistic turn on the reception of biography and autobiography; Reason for German hesitation in adopting the term egodocument; German women in court society during the long eighteenth century.
    KW  - BIOGRAPHY (Literary form)
    KW  - AUTOBIOGRAPHY
    KW  - EIGHTEENTH century
    KW  - LINGUISTICS
    KW  - LANGUAGE & languages
    KW  - GERMANY
    N1  - Accession Number: 14944347; Dawson, Ruth Maierhofer, Waltraud; Source Info: Summer2004, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p483; Subject Term: BIOGRAPHY (Literary form); Subject Term: AUTOBIOGRAPHY; Subject Term: EIGHTEENTH century; Subject Term: LINGUISTICS; Subject Term: LANGUAGE & languages; Subject Term: GERMANY; Number of Pages: 12p; Document Type: Article
    L3  - 10.1353/bio.2004.0055
    UR  - http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=14944347&lang=zh-cn&site=ehost-live
    DP  - EBSCOhost
    DB  - a9h
    ER  -

    TY  - JOUR
    AU  - Ritchie, Hamish
    T1  - German Women Writers 1900-1933: Twelve Essays.
    JO  - Modern Language Review
    JF  - Modern Language Review
    Y1  - 1995/10//
    VL  - 90
    IS  - 4
    M3  - Book Review
    SP  - 1043
    EP  - 1045
    PB  - Modern Humanities Research Association
    SN  - 00267937
    AB  - Reviews the book `German Women Writers, 1900-1933: Twelve Essays,' edited by Brian Keith-Smith.
    KW  - GERMAN Women Writers, 1900-1933 (Book)
    N1  - Accession Number: 9512136695; Ritchie, Hamish; Source Info: Oct95, Vol. 90 Issue 4, p1043; Reviews & Products: GERMAN Women Writers, 1900-1933 (Book); Number of Pages: 3p; Document Type: Book Review
    L3  - 10.2307/3733137
    UR  - http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=9512136695&lang=zh-cn&site=ehost-live
    DP  - EBSCOhost
    DB  - a9h
    ER  -

    TY  - JOUR
    AU  - SKRINE, PETER
    T1  - Landmarks in German Women's Writing.
    JO  - Modern Language Review
    JF  - Modern Language Review
    Y1  - 2008/10//
    VL  - 103
    IS  - 4
    M3  - Book Review
    SP  - 1149
    EP  - 1149
    PB  - Modern Humanities Research Association
    SN  - 00267937
    AB  - The article reviews the book "Landmarks in German Women's Writing," edited by Hilary Brown, part of the British and Irish Studies in German Language and Literature book series.
    KW  - GERMAN women authors
    KW  - NONFICTION
    KW  - BROWN, Hilary
    KW  - LANDMARKS in German Women's Writing (Book)
    N1  - Accession Number: 35409472; SKRINE, PETER 1; Email Address: peter@skrine.fsnet.co.uk; Affiliation:  1: University of Bristol; Source Info: Oct2008, Vol. 103 Issue 4, p1149; Subject Term: GERMAN women authors; Subject Term: NONFICTION; Reviews & Products: LANDMARKS in German Women's Writing (Book); People: BROWN, Hilary; Number of Pages: 3/4p; Document Type: Book Review
    L3  - 10.2307/20468088
    UR  - http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=35409472&lang=zh-cn&site=ehost-live
    DP  - EBSCOhost
    DB  - a9h
    ER  -

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