Feminism genom kroppsspråk inom populärkultur

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Feminism genom kroppsspråk inom populärkultur

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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title Feminism genom kroppsspråk inom populärkultur
Author Wolk, Magdalena
Date 2019
English abstract
By performing a qualitative discourse research, this study seeks to analyse the modern day feminist woman as presented in Beyoncé’s visual album Lemonade (2016) via two body language aspects: postures and gestures. By connecting the presence or absence of specific postural and gestural aspects to meanings attributed to these by researchers and theorists, this study concludes that Lemonade portrays sexual objectification mixed with an authoritative rejection of powerlessness. The study puts these findings in context with postfeminist trends in popular culture and finds that Lemonade’s version of feminism is in coherence with these.
Publisher Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle
Language eng (iso)
Subject Beyoncé, feminism, body language, popular culture
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/29320 Permalink to this page
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