虛擬、解構與拼貼：後結構主義的網際空間課程觀Virtuality, Deconstruction and Collage– A Post-structural Curriculum Perspective of Cyberspace
Keywords：Cyberspace, Post-structuralism, curriculum
The popularity of computer and internet has offered people an alternative way of life regarding communication, shopping, friendship and learning. Accompanied by the change of information technology, school curriculum has the need of continuously putting in new and rich elements, and by this means constantly restructuring its shape as well in order to formulate a more colorful spectrum of knowledge. This article attempts to explore the relation between “cyberspace,” “post-structuralism,” and “curriculum.” The author examines the characteristics of cyberspace in the light of post-structuralism, and thereby contemplating the effect of new information technology in the “Electronic Era” on the new way of thinking of curriculum.
The argument is composed of three axes – “virtuality,” “deconstruction” and “collage.” Virtual cyberspace is an extension of men, and a stage for alternative self-presentation. The hypertext of deconstruction enables everyone to become an author, who can narrate his or her individual experiences and stories. The “recontextualized collage curriculum” transcends established schemes of classification, framework, and transcendental signifieds, which engages electronic writing and dialogue with others without paper and pen but merely symbolic game-playing process.