課程資訊
課程名稱
日韓流行歌史
INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF JAPANESE AND KOREAN POP SONGS 
開課學期
99-1 
授課對象
文學院  音樂學研究所  
授課教師
山內文登 
課號
Music5070 
課程識別碼
144EU0980 
班次
 
學分
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期一6,7,8(13:20~16:20) 
上課地點
樂學館105 
備註
本課程以英語授課。本課程以英語授課。
限學士班三年級以上
總人數上限:15人 
Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/991jkpop 
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課程概述

An introductory course on the history of Japanese and Korean popular songs and music. It will focus more on Japanese history, but it will also explore respective developments in both Japan and Korea from a comparative perspective as well as cultural exchanges between the two countries. It is intended to facilitate discussions about connections and particularities of popular music and culture in East Asia including Taiwan. 

課程目標
The main purposes of this course are to introduce popular hits and their social contexts in a chronological order; to familiarize students with actual sounds and cultural backgrounds; and to enable them to reflect upon the Taiwanese situation in an auditory manner. The instructor provides handouts and sound clips as well as lyrics and notations when necessary. Further materials will be introduced to interested students. 
課程要求
Language Proficiency:
The lecture is held in English. Throughout the course, several main textbooks written in Japanese, Korean and English will be consulted. The ability to read either Japanese or Korean materials is preferred but not required. The instructor will encourage students to understand historical processes with translations and audio-visual materials. Students are expected to be active in learning these languages.

Assignments:
1. At least quarter to half page weekly response notes on listening examples from Week4 on. Due by 8pm on the day before each lecture day. Examples to be uploaded on CEIBA well before each next lecture. Students are expected to listen to the sound clips carefully so as to understand lectures and join class discussions.
2. A class presentation at the end of the semester. Before that, all students will talk with the instructor to clarify a topic around the midterm period. A consulting schedule to be announced in advance.
3. 5 - 10-page term paper based on class presentation. Due by 1/10 by email or by hand. 
預期每週課後學習時數
 
Office Hours
 
參考書目
In Japanese
1. 北中正和, 2003 [1995], 《増補 にほんのうた:戦後歌謡曲史》, 平凡社ライブラリー (KITANAKA Masakazu, Japanese Songs: A History of Pop Tunes Since 1945, Enlarged Edition) (總圖2F藝術資料區 913.631 1151 2647016)

2. 田家秀樹, 2005 [1999], 《読むJ-POP: 1945-2004》, 朝日文庫 (TAKE Hideki, Reading J-Pop: 1945-2004, Revised Edition)

3. 烏賀陽弘道, 2005, 《J-Popとは何か―巨大化する音楽産業》, 岩波新書 (UGAYA Hiromichi, What is J-Pop: The Outgrowing Music Industry)

4. 佐藤良明, 1999, 《J-Pop進化論―〈ヨサホイ節〉から〈Automatic〉へ》, 平凡社新書 (SATO Yoshiaki, The Evolution of J-Pop: From Yosahoi Bushi to Automatic )

5. 菊池清麿, 2008, 《日本流行歌変遷史》, 論創社 (KIKUCHI Kiyomaro, The Historical Transformations in Japanese Popular Song)

In Korean
1. 이영미, 2006 [1998], 《한국대중가요사》, 시공사 (LEE Young Mi, Korean Popular Song: A History, Revised Edition)

2. 박찬호, 2009,《한국가요사 2: 1945-1980》, 미지북스 (Park Chan Ho, A History of Korean Popular Songs Vol.2: 1945-1980)

3. 신현준, 2005, 《한국 팝의 고고학 1960》《한국 팝의 고고학 1970》, 한길아트 (SHIN Hyun Jun, The Archeology of Korean Pop 1960, 1970, 2 volumes)

In English
1. Timothy J. Craig, 2000, Japan Pop!: Inside the World of Japanese Popular Culture, M E Sharpe Inc

2. Bonnie Wade, 2004. Music in Japan: Experiencing Music, Experiencing Culture, New York: Oxford University Press.

3. Keith Howard ed., 2006, Korean Pop Music: Riding the Korean Wave, Global Oriental.

4. Carolyn S. Stevens, 2007, Japanese Popular Music: Culture, Authenticity and Power, Routledge

Supplementary Readings (chronological order in each language):

北川純子編, 1999, 《鳴り響く性―日本のポピュラー音楽とジェンダー》, 勁草書房 (KITAGAWA Junko ed. Resounding Sex: Japanese Popular Music and Gender)

南田勝也, 2001, 《ロックミュージックの社会学》, 青弓社 (MINAMIDA Katsuya, The Sociology of Rock Music)

藍川由美, 2002, 《〈演歌〉のススメ》, 文春新書 (AIKAWA Yumi, Encouragement of ‘Enka’)

生明俊雄, 2004, 《ポピュラー音楽は誰が作るのか―音楽産業の政治学》, 勁草書房 (AZAMI Toshio, Who Makes Popular Music: The Politics of Music Industry)

毛利嘉孝編, 2004, 《日式韓流―〈冬のソナタ〉と日韓大衆文化の現在》, せりか書房 (MORI Yoshitaka ed., Japanese-Korean Wave: Winter Sonata and the Current Situation of Popular Culture in Japan and Korea)

東谷護, 2005, 《進駐軍クラブから歌謡曲へ―戦後日本ポピュラー音楽の黎明期》, みすず書房 (TOYA Mamoru, From the Clubhouses of the U.S. Occupation Forces in Japan to Japanese Pop Song: The Early Stage of Postwar Japanese Popular Music)

三井徹監修, 2005, 《ポピュラー音楽とアカデミズム》, 音楽之友社 (MITSUI Toru ed. Popular Music and Academism)

小泉恭子, 2007, 《音楽をまとう若者》, 勁草書房 (KOIZUMI Kyoko, Youngsters Put On Music)

千葉優子, 2007, 《ドレミを選んだ日本人》, 音楽之友社 (CHIBA Yuko, Japanese Chose DoReMi)

宮入恭平, 2008, 《ライブハウス文化論》, 青弓社 (MIYAIRI Kyohei, Understanding Japanese Live House Culture)

宋安鐘, 2009, 《在日音楽の100年》, 青土社 (Song An Jong, One Hundred Years of Zainichi (Korean Residents in Japan) Music)

신현준, 2002, 《글로벌, 로컬, 한국의 음악 산업》, 한나래 (SHIN Hyun Jun, Global, Local, The Korean Music Industry)

민경찬, 2006, 《청소년을 위한 한국음악사: 양악편》, 두리미디어 (MIN Kyung Chan, Textbook Series for Youngsters - The History of Korean Music: Focusing on Western Music)

Taylor Atkins, 2001, Blue Nippon: Authenticating Jazz in Japan, Duke University Press.

Christine Yano, 2002, Tears of Longing: Nostalgia and the Nation in Japanese Popular Song, Harvard University Press.

Koichi Iwabuchi, 2002, Recentering Globalization: Popular Culture and Japanese Transnationalism, Duke University Press.

Ian Condry, 2006, Hip-Hop Japan: Rap and the Paths of Cultural Globalization, Duke University Press.

Eun-Young Jung, 2007, “Transnational Cultural Traffic in Northeast Asia: The “Presence” of Japan in Korea’s Popular Music Culture,” Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Pittsburgh. 
指定閱讀
 
評量方式
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No.
項目
百分比
說明
1. 
Attendance 
30% 
 
2. 
Response Notes and Class Discussion 
30% 
 
3. 
Class Presentation 
20% 
 
4. 
Term Paper 
20% 
 
 
課程進度
週次
日期
單元主題
Week 1
9/13  Introduction to Course 
Week 2
9/20  Colonial Background I 
Week 3
9/27  Colonial Background II 
Week 4
10/04  1940s and 1950s I 
Week 5
10/11  1940s and 1950s II 
Week 6
10/18  1940s and 1950s III 
Week 7
10/25  1960s I 
Week 8
11/01  1960s II 
Week 9
11/08  1970s I 
Week 10
11/15  No Class (本校校慶) 
Week 11
11/22  1970s II 
Week 12
11/29  1980s I 
Week 13
12/06  1980s II 
Week 14
12/13  1990s and 2000s I 
Week 15
12/20  1990s and 2000s II 
Week 16
12/27  Class Presentations 
Week 17
1/03  Class Presentations 
Week 18
1/10  Term Paper Due