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Title: Gender stereotypes in Turkish soap operas
Authors: Kiran, Elif
Affiliation: Namık Kemal University
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Kiran E. Gender stereotypes in Turkish soap operas / Elif Kiran // Litteris et Artibus : proceedings of the 6th International youth science forum, November 24–26, 2016, Lviv, Ukraine / Lviv Polytechnic National University. – Lviv : Lviv Polytechnic Publishing House, 2016. – P. 246–248. – Bibliography: 5 titles.
Conference/Event: Litteris et Artibus
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Lviv Polytechnic Publishing House
Country (code): UA
Place of the edition/event: Lviv
Keywords: Gender
gender stereotypes
media
Turkish soap operas
gender stereotypes in soap operas
Number of pages: 246-248
Abstract: This study focuses on the effect of soap operas on the construction and continuation of gender stereotypical images of woman. To this aim, a general framework of gender stereotypes and their relation with mass media is drawn and in the following part, two famous series on Turkish TV channels is analyzed in terms of gender stereotypical roles of the female characters in these series.
URI: http://ena.lp.edu.ua:8080/handle/ntb/40795
References (International): [1] M. Wollstonecraft, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, New York: Dover Publications, 1996. [2] J. Archer ve B. Lloyd, Sex and Gender, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. [3] F. L. Denmark ve M. A. Paludi, (Eds.) Psychology of Women: A Handbook of Issues and Theories, Connecticut: Praeger Publishers, 2008. [4] E. Seiter, «Stereotypes and the media: a re-evaluation,» Journal of Communication, vol. 36, no. 2, pp. 14-26, 1986. [5] B. W. Gorham, «Stereotypes in the media: so what?,» Howard Journal of Communications, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 229-247, 1999.
Content type: Conference Abstract
Appears in Collections:Litteris et Artibus. – 2016 р.

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