Essays about: "Radical Discourse Theory"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 22 essays containing the words Radical Discourse Theory.

  1. 1. Keep it Radical”: A qualitative analysis of contemporary queer discourse around gay pride

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Graduate School; Lunds universitet/Master of Science in Development Studies; Lunds universitet/Master of Science in Social Studies of Gender

    Author : Aikaterini Tomana; [2021]
    Keywords : Social Sciences;

    Abstract : In the last 50 years the gay pride movement has gained more momentum worldwide than ever before. The increased visibility obtained from the Stonewall riots of 1969 in the US, granted queer identities agency. READ MORE

  2. 2. Playing a two-faced game in a changing arena: A Neo-Gramscian analysis of China's policy on Latin America

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Julian Dannefjord; Anna Turesson; [2021]
    Keywords : Hegemony; power; dominance; The People’s Republic of China; Latin America; Chinese foreign policy; Neo-Gramscianism; Critical Discourse Analysis; Teun A. van Dijk; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : The position of The People’s Republic of China in international relations has developed significantly during the 21st century. In Latin America, growing Chinese engagement has been particularly visible. READ MORE

  3. 3. From a hashtag to a movement : From MeToo to being rightless in 2020's Sweden

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för kulturantropologi och etnologi

    Author : Klara Fröberg; [2021]
    Keywords : Rape script; MeToo; sexual violence; Rättslösa; radical feminism; Sweden; Feminism; political engagement; feminist organization; collective action; rightlessness; movement; patriarchy; collective identity; feminist separatism; discourse theory;

    Abstract : This thesis investigates the continuance of the MeToo movement in the Swedish context via the digitalplatform Instagram, collective action and feminist organizations that are engaged to end sexual violence.It illuminates how the sisterhood impacted by the practice of challenging the rape script a conceptused to describe the discourse on how sexual violence should be like, and how victim-survivors should behave, how the engagement is made among the activists that engage to challenge the rape script and lastly, how since the MeToo movement started a discourse of rightlessness have been exposed through the sharing of experiences that the MeToo movement initiated. READ MORE

  4. 4. Coloniality in discourse as a barrier to climate action: a case study of South Africa

    University essay from Lunds universitet/LUCSUS

    Author : Tara Van Ryneveld; [2021]
    Keywords : Climate Change; Sustainability Science; Colonization; minerals-energy complex; Critical Discourse Analysis; Decolonial theory.; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : South Africa has a coal-based energy system and extractive economy, largely responsible for its relatively high emission levels compared to countries with similar GDP figures. This extractive, coal-based economy began during British colonization and today shows few tangible signs of transitioning rapidly to limit climate change. READ MORE

  5. 5. Digesting the Pan-African Failure and the Role of African Psychology : Fanonian understanding of the Pan-African failure in establishing oneness and ending disunity/xenophobia in South Africa

    University essay from Malmö universitet/Fakulteten för kultur och samhälle (KS)

    Author : Aisha Mohamed; [2021]
    Keywords : Gradual Pan-Africanism; Radical Pan-Africanism; Collective-unconsciousness; Abandonment-neurotic; Black-Consciousness; Political unity; Neo-colonialism; Otherness; Mimicry; Subaltern.;

    Abstract : The study insists on understanding the miscarriage of “Pan-Africanism” and the role of “African” mentality with the help of Fanon’s psychoanalysis “Black Skin, White Mask,” exemplifying the immense colonial, slavery, and apartheid psychological damages experienced by Black individuals resulting Blacks/Africans self-hate and a desire to be “white” throughout the domain of Western culture, ideology, and language. To provide accurate analysis of the “Pan-African” failure to solve increasing blacks-hate-against-blacks/xenophobia in South Africa, concepts othering, mimicry, subaltern from the critical theory (postcolonialism) were applied. READ MORE