Essays about: "Sexism"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 81 essays containing the word Sexism.

  1. 1. Sorry to Burst Your Bubble : An analysis on how content by @thegirlslikeme organize resistance against anti-feminist narratives through humor and wellness fuelling participation in Nigerian feminist discourse on Instagram

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Institutionen för informatik och media

    Author : Joan Ilebode; [2022]
    Keywords : feminism; memes; Instagram; humor; wellness; oppression; Nigeria; social media;

    Abstract : In this study, I look at the content and interpretation of posts by a feminist meme account on Instagram called @thegirlslikeme, from the perspective of a sample size of Nigerian female followers through a focus group discussion, along with a visual social semiotic analysis of the posts. This study set out to answer three research questions:  i) How do the posts on TGLM use humor and wellness to portray feminism?  ii) How is the content on TGLM challenging antifeminist narratives in a Nigerian context? And finally,  iii) How do the Nigerian followers relate to the brand of feminism represented on TGLM? The theoretical approaches theories employed to help think through the data gathered in form of thematic blocks from the interview, and the textual and visual content are participatory culture, work of representation, and filter bubbles and echo chambers. READ MORE

  2. 2. ‘The Gaps Between Stories’ : Examining the Gray Area of Sexual Consent in The Handmaid’s Tale

    University essay from Mittuniversitetet/Institutionen för humaniora och samhällsvetenskap

    Author : Paulina Sundqvist; [2022]
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    Abstract : This project’s aim was to examine how the institutionalization of rape and sexual violence becomes problematic if analyzed through the conceptual lens of consent and complicity. After this close reading of consent and sexual violence, the answers are still not clear or easily discerned. READ MORE

  3. 3. “MORE FEMINIST BULLSHIT”Exploring Sexism and the Battle Over Gender Construction in Video Game Discourse Communities

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för språk och litteraturer

    Author : Ola Nenzelius; [2021-02-09]
    Keywords : Video games; Women in games;

    Abstract : Abstract: Thisstudyexplores gender construction in video game discourse communities, using Critical Discourse Analysis(CDA)as a theoretical frameworktogetherwith a quantitative, corpus linguistic methodology.Discourse samples weretaken from five online content creators for World of Warcraft(WoW)who react to the four Shadowlands: Afterlivestrailers for theWoW expansion released in November of 2020. READ MORE

  4. 4. “Pop a titty for the boys” -A qualitative study of negative communication towards femalestreamers on Twitch

    University essay from Örebro universitet/Institutionen för humaniora, utbildnings- och samhällsvetenskap

    Author : Katrine Kejser; [2021]
    Keywords : Female Streamer; Negative Communication; Online harassment; Qualitative research; Sexism; SSLS; Third Place; Twitch;

    Abstract : The development of technology has created many platforms for entertainment, participatorycommunities and socialization online. One of the largest current platforms for live streamingis with a focus on gaming and eSports. This is a male-dominated field wherewomen often face harassment and a non-welcoming community. READ MORE

  5. 5. “The difficulty seems to be making them more inclusive, rather than the fans” A Critical Analysis of UEFA’s regulation on political messages and symbols

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Genusvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Johannes Lindelöw; [2021]
    Keywords : UEFA; Political; Antagonism; Nationalism; WPR.; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : In football, as well as in most sports, the question about politics being within it are highly debated. Questions related to nationalism, homophobia, racism, and sexism are all seen as permeating the sport. This is simultaneously topics that is facing resistance, especially through anti-racism-, and pro-LGBTQ+ campaigns. READ MORE