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[Research News] Role of Media Discourse in Constructing Homogenous Notions of an Inclusive Future

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Updated Sep. 21, 2022
Anya BENSON, Associate Professor at the Center for Global Education, conducted a study analyzing media discourse on the 2017 Wonder Woman film. She points out that these narratives can be seen as an aspect of “popular feminism” relying on a “standardized” approach by describing cathartic feelings. These testimonies also expect positive influence on the future generations, however, normalize one specific emotional response.

Reference:
Anya Benson, “Feeling the future: Wonder Woman discourse and the demands of media response” (Feminist Media Studies, Published online on July 6, 2022, https://doi.org/10.1080/14680777.2022.2097723)

For more details, please see the link below.
Research News: Role of Media Discourse in Constructing Homogenous Notions of an Inclusive Future (Website of Doshisha University Organization for Research Initiatives and Development)
Anya BENSON, Associate Professor at the Center for Global Education, conducted a study analyzing media discourse on the 2017 Wonder Woman film. She points out that these narratives can be seen as an aspect of “popular feminism” relying on a “standardized” approach by describing cathartic feelings. These testimonies also expect positive influence on the future generations, however, normalize one specific emotional response.

Reference:
Anya Benson, “Feeling the future: Wonder Woman discourse and the demands of media response” (Feminist Media Studies, Published online on July 6, 2022, https://doi.org/10.1080/14680777.2022.2097723)

For more details, please see the link below.
Research News: Role of Media Discourse in Constructing Homogenous Notions of an Inclusive Future (Website of Doshisha University Organization for Research Initiatives and Development)
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