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Social Representations of Foreign & Turkish Women on the New Turkish Media: A Thematic Discourse Analysis Through Masculinity Ideology/Türkiye Yeni Medyasında Yabancı ve Türk Kadınların Sosyal Temsilleri: Erkeklik İdeolojisi Üzerinden Bir Tematik Söylem Analizi

Yıl 2022, Cilt 4, Sayı 1, 33 - 58, 30.06.2022
https://doi.org/10.47105/nsb.1079182

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Geçmiş araştırmalar, medya içeriğinin insanların toplumsal cinsiyet kalıp yargıları üzerindeki belirleyici etkisini açıkça ortaya koymuştur. Bu makalede, sosyal temsillerin en etkili belirleyicilerinden biri olan sosyal medya içeriğini, erkeklik ideolojisi açısından incelemeyi amaçladık. Bu amaçla, çevrimiçi katılımcı sözlüklerde anonim yazarlar tarafından kadınlar hakkında yazılan girdileri topladık. Girdileri tematik söylem analizi kullanarak analiz ettik ve analiz sonucunda dört tema elde ettik: (1) bir beden olarak kadın, (2) bir karakter olarak kadın, (3) bir cinsel partner olarak kadın ve (4) bir eş olarak kadın. Temaları, sosyal temsiller ve erkeklik ideolojisi çerçevesinde tartıştık ve analiz sonucunda, geleneksel toplumsal cinsiyet temsillerinin erkeklik ideolojisi aracılığıyla yeniden üretilmesinde yeni medyanın rolünü ortaya koyduk. Bu çalışma, Türkiye’de kadınların kalıp yargısal sosyal temsilleri ve erkeklik ideolojisi arasındaki mekanizmanın daha iyi anlaşılmasına katkı sunmaktadır. Makale, sözlük yazarlarının dil kullanımını ve bunların erkeklik ideolojisinin yeniden üretilmesine nasıl katkıda bulunduklarını keşfederek, kadın temsilinin söylemsel inşası ile ilişkili literatüre katkı sağlamaktadır.

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Social Representations of Foreign & Turkish Women on the New Turkish Media: A Thematic Discourse Analysis Through Masculinity Ideology/ Türkiye Yeni Medyasında Yabancı ve Türk Kadınların Sosyal Temsilleri: Erkeklik İdeolojisi Üzerinden Bir Tematik Söylem Analizi

Yıl 2022, Cilt 4, Sayı 1, 33 - 58, 30.06.2022
https://doi.org/10.47105/nsb.1079182

Öz

Past research has laid bare the determining role of media content on people’s gender stereotypic beliefs. In this article, we aimed to examine social media content, which is one of the most influential causal factors in producing social representations in terms of masculinity ideology. We collected the written materials about women in various online collaborative dictionaries written by anonymous writers. We analyzed the entries using thematic discourse analysis, and obtained four themes consisting of (1) the woman as a body, (2) the woman as a persona, (3) the woman as a sexual partner, and (4) the woman as a wife. We discussed these themes in the frames of social representations and masculinity ideology, and the analysis clearly shows the new media’s role in reproducing traditional gender representations via masculinity ideology. This study extends the knowledge about the mechanism between stereotypic representations of women and masculinity ideology in Turkey. The paper contributes to the growing literature on the discursive construction of feminine identity by exploring the dictionary writers’ use of language and how these are complicit in the reproduction of masculinity ideology.

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Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Psikoloji
Bölüm Araştırma Makaleleri
Yazarlar

Hilal PEKER DURAL> (Sorumlu Yazar)
ONDOKUZ MAYIS UNIVERSITY, FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
0000-0002-3232-2763
Türkiye


Çağlar SOLAK>
MANİSA CELÂL BAYAR ÜNİVERSİTESİ
0000-0002-0421-8627
Türkiye


Nihan Selin SOYLU-KONAK>
EGE ÜNİVERSİTESİ, EDEBİYAT FAKÜLTESİ, PSİKOLOJİ BÖLÜMÜ
0000-0002-2653-9237
Türkiye


Ece AKÇA Bu kişi benim
EGE ÜNİVERSİTESİ, EDEBİYAT FAKÜLTESİ, PSİKOLOJİ BÖLÜMÜ
0000-0002-7865-603X
Türkiye


Melek GÖREGENLİ>
Bir kuruma bağlı değildir
0000-0002-2453-8900
Türkiye

Yayımlanma Tarihi 30 Haziran 2022
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2022, Cilt 4, Sayı 1

Kaynak Göster

APA Peker Dural, H. , Solak, Ç. , Soylu-konak, N. S. , Akça, E. & Göregenli, M. (2022). Social Representations of Foreign & Turkish Women on the New Turkish Media: A Thematic Discourse Analysis Through Masculinity Ideology/ Türkiye Yeni Medyasında Yabancı ve Türk Kadınların Sosyal Temsilleri: Erkeklik İdeolojisi Üzerinden Bir Tematik Söylem Analizi . Nitel Sosyal Bilimler , 4 (1) , 33-58 . DOI: 10.47105/nsb.1079182