An Analysis of Confucianism Value Identity in the Crossover Drama “Love Through Time and Space”
Keywords:Crossover Drama, Confucianism, Value Identity, Love Through Time and Space
Since 2001, time-traveling dramas have been put on the television screen in large numbers as a kind of film and television subject. This paper takes "Love Through Time and Space" as the research object. Using the literature method and qualitative research method, through analyzing the words, behaviors, and psychological activities of the characters in the drama, especially the male and female protagonists, we find that in the portrayal of the characters, the core values of Confucian culture, such as "benevolence", "righteousness", "ritual", "filial piety", "loyalty" and Confucian professional ethics, are embellished to make them more attractive. The analysis of the construction of Confucianism value identity in "Love Through Time and Space" has certain significance for the dissemination and promotion of excellent traditional cultural values in TV dramas.
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