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Politeia
2019, vol. 9, br. 18, str. 155-171
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
objavljeno: 16/04/2020
doi: 10.5937/politeia0-23524
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Moral, rodna predstavljenost i prikaz rasne politike u serijama Igra prijestola i Tuđinske stvari
aUniverzitet u Banjoj Luci, Fakultet političkih nauka, Republika Srpska, BiH
bUniverzitet u Istočnom Sarajevu, Filozofski fakultet, Pale, Republika Srpska, BiH

e-adresa: borislav.vukojevic@fpn.unibl.org

Sažetak

U radu se ispituje teza o elementima diskriminacije na osnovu roda, rase i morala u popularnoj medijskoj kulturi, sa akcentom na dvije televizijske serije: Igra prijestola (Game of thrones) i Tuđinske stvari (Stranger things). Glavno istraživačko pitanje odnosi se na to da li se u navedenim serijama mogu pronaći elementi diskriminacije koje najčešće nalazimo u holivudskoj produkciji? Metodom multiperspektivistčkih kulturnih studija i posmatrajući predmet rada kroz konstruktivističku paradigmu, autori su došli do zaključka da u popularnoj kulturi, tj. u serijama Igre prijestola i Tuđinske stvari postoje elementi diskriminacije: moral je dominantno nihilistički, sa malo likova koji posjeduju moralni integritet; rasna diskriminacija vidljiva je i u radnji serija i u izboru glumačke postave; rodna predstavljenost je stereotipna, muškarci dobijaju mnogo više prostora. Autori zastupaju stav da je nemoguće istraživati trenutne medijske efekte na publiku, već je moguće interpretirati poruke i značenja u popularnoj medijskoj kulturi.

Ključne reči

Igra prijestola; Tuđinske stvari; diskriminacija; medijski efekti; rodne uloge

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