Essays about: "Gender Identity Maintenance"

Found 5 essays containing the words Gender Identity Maintenance.

  1. 1. Rainbow-Washing on Screen: Perceptions of 21st Century Popular Media Representations of Queer Identities in a Comparison between Sweden and Czechia

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Sociologi; Lunds universitet/Sociologiska institutionen

    Author : Elizabeth Hythova; [2022]
    Keywords : queer representation; stereotypes in popular media; social constructionism; heteronormativity; othering of minorities; queer theory; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : This thesis investigates how queer people perceive queer representations in popular media (film and TV) produced in recent years and how such representations affect queer people’s identity and self-perception, as well as how they mirror and reproduce heteronormative understandings of queerness. A cultural comparison between Czechia and Sweden in perceptions of heteronormativity and queer representations and media is also made. READ MORE

  2. 2. The Popeye Paradox: Understanding Barriers to Plant-Based Consumption Maintained by Masculine Identities A Phenomenological Study on Dutch Vegan Bodybuilders

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Iris Martine Theresia Arts; Siannie Quartero; [2022]
    Keywords : Plant-Based Consumption; Gender Identity Maintenance; Stigma; Legitimization; Lifestyle Transitioning; Hyper-Masculinity; Z-MET; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : Purpose: A Contribution to the understanding of plant-based consumption by researching how bodybuilders navigate identity issues associated with a plant-based diet. Theoretical Perspective: We take on a consumer culture theory perspective by researching identity theory, stigma, lifestyle transitioning, and legitimization strategies of the subculture. READ MORE

  3. 3. Parents’ perspectives on raising bilingual and bicultural children in Sweden : a Somali Case study

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Tema Barn

    Author : Hinda Mohammud (Mohamud) Hussen (Hussein); [2019]
    Keywords : Bilingualism; biculturalism; Somali parents; heritage language maintenance; Sweden;

    Abstract : This thesis is a case-study on bilingualism and biculturalism from Somalian perspectives. The aim of the present study is to explore raising bilingual and bicultural children in Sweden from parents’ views. It focuses on three questions: 1. READ MORE

  4. 4. Decolonising Literature : Exclusionary Practices and Writing to Resist/Re-Exist

    University essay from Linköpings universitet/Tema Genus

    Author : Stephanie Johansson; [2018]
    Keywords : decolonising; literary studies; English literature; American literature; canons; macro-narrative; grand narratives; close reading; narrative analysis; postcolonial theory; decolonial theory; canonisation; Romanticism; othering; nation-state; national identity; publishing industry;

    Abstract : This thesis examines elements of the conceptualization of literature within literary studies and literary production in a UK context, considering the concept of exclusionary practices based on the negligence of intersectional categories of identity such as race, gender, class, sexuality, etc., in the practice of understanding and interpreting literature. READ MORE

  5. 5. The Influence of the Green-Feminine Stereotype - Understanding Cis Men’s Motivational Representation and Gender Identity Performance in the Context of Pro-Environmental Consumption

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Erika Winblad von Walter; []
    Keywords : sustainable consumption; pro-environmental consumption; Butlerian gender performativity; motivational representation; gender identity maintenance; masculinity; the green-feminine stereotype;

    Abstract : The role of gender in shaping attitudes toward pro-environmental consumption is understudied and an enhanced understanding of the issue is called for by multiple scholars. Previous literature point to a green-feminine stereotype in which there is a cognitive link between pro-environmental consumption and femininity. READ MORE