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女权主义,Me Too, Time’s Up, 榜样,刻板印象,电视剧

摘要

女权运动Me Too和Time's Up表现出视听领域和社交网络在谴责性骚扰和促进性别平等上的力量。但是,女性在媒体中,尤其在电视上仍然受出镜率不足和刻板印象问题的困扰。因此,正如 “ Time's Up” 运动所指出的那样,应迫切增加女性在幕前和幕后的比例,并将社交运动的影响融入影视产品中,以扩展角色设计/分析中使用的榜样模型。除却榜样叙述带来的好处,它们基于父权制和以民族为中心的低估女性多样性的迷思。作为回应,本研究探讨了女权运动对Peak TV时代播出的电视剧中的女性形象和代表性的推动。通过交叉方法,研究了在Netflix和HBO上的25个女权主义电视剧,并介绍了构建为男女同校教育和在年轻人中平权主义态度发展起积极作用的女性角色的良好实践。以此扩展典型榜样的范围(例如女学者,保姆,斗士,等任何女性)并挑战了刻板印象权威。在流媒体平台上播放的内容中可以看出女权主义趋势,尤其是在台前幕后有大量女性参与的连续剧(很多镜头与女权主义运动有关),这有助于提倡平权和包容的视听文化。

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Garrido, R., & Zaptsi, A. (2021). Archetypes, Me Too, Time’s Up and the representation of diverse women on TV. [Arquetipos, Me Too, Time’s Up y la representación de mujeres diversas en TV]. Comunicar, 68, 21-33. https://doi.org/10.3916/C68-2021-02

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