著者
守 如子
出版者
日本メディア学会
雑誌
マス・コミュニケーション研究 (ISSN:13411306)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.100, pp.13-21, 2022-01-31 (Released:2022-03-29)
参考文献数
21

The growth of social media has brought about an increase in so-called “flame wars” wherein people lodge protests against gender bias in media expression from feminist perspectives. The protests are widely circulated online, ending up as a “flaming” incident. This paper reviews the development in media studies, from “women and media” studies of the 1980s which mainly focused on biased depictions of women in mass media to “gender and media” studies prevalent today, thereby demonstrating current issues surrounding online “flame wars”.One of the characteristics of modern “gender and media” type of studies is that the focus is placed not only on the process through which media constructs the categories of “man” and “woman” but also on the diversity within these categories or intersectionality between gender and other categories (e.g., ethnicity, class, sexuality, disability). Among the various categories, this paper especially looks at sexual and gender minorities to discuss the importance of incorporating queer studies’ perspectives.As criticism towards gender biases in media expression continue to spread online and bring about frequent “flame wars”, studies that explore the issues arising from online communication as well as the potentials of such communication are necessary than ever before.

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『BLの教科書』の守如子さん最近学会で「「女性だけ」の空間にトランス女性が入ることに対する恐怖が語られ,トランス女性を性暴力加害者と重ね合わせて見るような,攻撃的でトランスフォビックな言説が巻き起こった」説を支持してるのね

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