Essays about: "feminist post-structural discourse analysis"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 6 essays containing the words feminist post-structural discourse analysis.

  1. 1. Sexy 16-Year-Old Baby-Eater: Gendered, Sexualized, and Racialized Discourses in Exalted, Second Edition

    University essay from Institutionen för tillämpad informationsteknologi

    Author : Niels-Martin Ström Josefsen; [2021-11-26]
    Keywords : Roleplaying games; Exalted; feminist post-structural discourse analysis; representation; geek culture; race; gender; sexuality; Dungeons Dragons; discourses; White Wolf; misogyny; fantasy; genre subversion; social constructivism; media tropes; monstrous women; monstrous motherhood; infantilization; trans representation; sexualization; animalization;

    Abstract : Previous research finds roleplaying games, as well as the wider spectrum of geek culture that they exist within, to be defined by discourses favoring a white, heterosexual, cis-male viewpoint, drawing up and reproducing stereotypes and tropes that are inherently misogynist, homophobic, and racist. Heretofore, research into discourses of gender, sexuality, and race in roleplaying games has focused overwhelmingly on market leader Dungeons & Dragons (1971- ongoing), largely neglecting to scrutinize other well-established titles that may adhere to or break from the same tendencies. READ MORE

  2. 2. Important system updates needed! : Masculinised logics and gendered path dependence in the European Union’s cybercrime institutions

    University essay from Försvarshögskolan

    Author : Felicia Rhedin; [2020]
    Keywords : cybersecurity; cybercrime; European Union; EU; EC3; feminist institutionalism; path dependence; cyber violence; VAW; VAWG; cybersäkerhet; cyberbrottslighet; EU; feministisk institutionalism; stigberoende; cybervåld;

    Abstract : This thesis approaches the EU’s cybersecurity discourse from a feminist angle, using a theoretical perspective based on feminist institutionalism and path dependence. The aim is to explore what conceptual logics make it possible for the EU to conceptualise cybersecurity and -crime “problems” in a genderblind way. READ MORE

  3. 3. Vi är verklighetens röst. (We are the voice of reality.) : A critical discourse analysis of SD-Kvinnor on Facebook from 2014-2018

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Alyssa Bittner-Gibbs; [2018]
    Keywords : Sweden Democrats; women; nationalism; gender equality; qualitative discourse analysis; WPR method; social media;

    Abstract : Internationally recognized for and culturally self-identifying as a gender equality advocate, Sweden has seen a recent uptick in popular support among women voters for its far-right nationalist political party, the Sweden Democrats (SD). While nationalist movements are primarily distinguished by their nativist political rhetoric, academic study has consistently shown that nationalism also consistently promotes a traditional gender duality while denouncing feminism and gender equality practices. READ MORE

  4. 4. When the victim becomes the offender? - A discourse analysis of victim blaming regarding rape

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Charlotte Tapani; [2014]
    Keywords : Victim blaming; rape myths; post-structural feminism; discourse analysis; Foucault; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : In 2014, a man was accused of raping a woman but was acquitted despite the fact that the woman said “no” and “stop”. He claimed to have thought that it was part of dominant sex games and by that, assumed she liked it. READ MORE

  5. 5. Constructions, Identifications and Ambivalence : the Encounter between Perceived and Lived Reality of Immigrated Women

    University essay from Stockholms universitet/Statsvetenskapliga institutionen

    Author : Anna Horgby; [2013]
    Keywords : integration; immigrated women; ‘othering’; subject positions; discourse;

    Abstract : This thesis aims to understand the encounter between the Swedish government’s constructions of immigrated women and the women’s own identifications. By merging post-structural ontology with feminist post-colonial ideas a theoretical framework was created to meet this aim. READ MORE