It was chosen in order to shed light on how the conservative mentality regards women and it serves as a unique example of a series that features a feminist figure who originates from a rural area which is worth considering and putting under the microscope. The interesting thing in this scene, however, is the fact that mother in laws are depicted as having the tendency to use emotions to win their grandchildren over to their sides. She then starts sneering at Hajj Bahi and mocking at the fact that he gathered all these people just to welcome a doctor. Hajj Bahi tries to fix things by saying that she is indeed one of a kind. The first series is Bnat Lalla Mennana which was elected as a practical example of the traditional way in which women are depicted. Bnat La La Mnana, Episode 1 www.
He then asks him if he is married or not, after Rachid says that he is still single Hajj Bahi asks him to pay them a visit at home to get to meet Karima who has grown up and became a woman. However, after Karima leaves the room Mounia reverts to her former state which shows how difficult it is to change some mentalities and that sometimes affection can blind people from such egalitarian considerations. Karima argues that she does not want to eradicate men; she simply wants to make them understand that without women they would be 25 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www. Anis, played by Oussama Bestaoui, is the new village doctor who represents an educated urban man who is forced to move from a big hospital in order to occupy a position as the new doctor of Dar el Ghezlane. Anis complains to him about how exhausted he is. In this case, Karima plays on the masculine conservative mentality by using the taboo of virginity to her advantage. Mounia expresses her desire to get married and tells Karima that Rachid has just returned from Spain and that he is downstairs with her father. The Representation of Women in Moroccan Television.
This is exemplified when Sfiya sobs with her granddaughters and blames their lalal in front of them for putting their father through a lot of misery. Anis quickly turns his back on them and apologizes claiming that he did not see anything.
She replies that it is neither an embarrassment nor a scandal, and that the only reason they think so is because men were accustomed to women being silent and obedient but now they have freewill. Karima eloquently responds by saying that she is not addressing her father now, because her father is at home. This reinforces the conservative attitude that rural fathers have towards their daughters and the constraints that they apply on 21 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www. Women in Moroccan Media Khalfi, an amendment in the audio-visual law that will ensure fighting all forms of sexism and discrimination against women in the media.
Imad and Chama Episode 1, She wonders aloud and asks Rhimou whether it was a contraband or under warranty. The first example that will be analyzed is Lalla Epixode which menaana a Moroccan series that was broadcasted in on 2M. Karima and the other women surprise everyone by shouting anti-men slogans and wearing manly clothes.
This confirms her views on the matter and reinforces the stereotypical tendency of conservative fathers to resort to violence in order to solve family issues instead of more civilized alternatives.
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Ismail and Amina Episode 1, The second part of this paper consisted of an analysis of the images of women through two examples of Moroccan series. The theoretical part also tackled the situation of women in the national media and presented some studies that dealt with the same issue. Karima is still wearing manly clothes and her father shouts at nenana saying that 27 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www.
Amina ironically remarks that Karima is neither like rural girls nor Spanish ones. The theoretical part will tackle the position of women in the Moroccan media according to official reports and statements by experts in the field as well as government figures. Anis Episode 1, She told Mennana that if she could not do it for her then at least she should have done it for convenience or for the sake of guests and reputation.
It was chosen in order to shed light on how the conservative mentality regards women and it serves as a unique example of a series that features a feminist figure who originates from a rural area which is worth considering and putting under the microscope. Karima argues that she does not want to eradicate men; she simply wants to make them understand that without women they would be 25 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www.
One of the women responds by saying that she should be neutral, if women are doing work at home then men are doing work outside to provide for the family. She also opens a box in which he kept his Tasbih beads, favorite cassettes, smoking pipe and photo album. Click here to sign up. She is represented as being shameless in her denial of her mistakes and trying to win the favor of other women by engaging in 16 Bnat La La Mnana, Episode rpisode www.
Log Bnzt Sign Up. This series was selected to highlight the situation that women live under after the death of the father and how their mother becomes an alternative source of authority episofe oppression. In this scene, the common conception of women being gossipers and complaining about everything is vividly reinforced. The way he leered at her showed a menanx sexual interest or otherwise deep affection. The scene shows how mentalities are difficult to change in rural areas where women have internalized their subordination to men and their roles as housewives and nurturers.
They, then, resume their slogans and leave the ceremony. As episkde stop, Bnwt Bahi asks Karima about the meaning of all this, and claims that she is embarrassing herself. He complains that the water ruined his new shoe and Chama says that the shoe does not appear to be a new one at all.
Hanae smilingly grabs the note and watches Anis leaving with admiring looks on her face. At the first glance this might seem like an ordinary scene.
Moving on from to a more recent time, the political scene has witnessed many efforts as far as empowering the mejana of women in the media is concerned. Another woman interrupts by saying that if men without women are useless then the opposite is true as well. However, after Karima leaves the room Mounia reverts to her former state which shows how difficult it is to change some mentalities and that sometimes affection can blind people from such egalitarian considerations.
She expressively declares that she is now speaking to the epidode of the Dar el Ghezlan municipality and it is his duty to listen to what she has to say. She speaks about the inequality that they suffer from and that men are the only ones who are privileged. She refuses to let him marry her by force. It is the newest one of the two as it was only aired in Hajj Bahi and Mounia Episode 1, Karima sarcastically pretends to be excited and says that she should be pretty to meet the eligible bachelor.
Rhimou asked Bahia what she was doing in there; the latter replied that she was resting. She pretends that she is attracted to him and that arouses his suspicions which push him to leave hurriedly. She then started to tell Rhimou how much she is fond of her out of all bnaf sisters.
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The Hajj asks about the whereabouts of his two girls and the maid replies that Mounia ,enana in her room while Karima is out. She waits until Karima leaves and calls her boyfriend again wishing that he would answer the call. Indeed, Rachid falls into the trap of this idealized housewife and declares that he prefers rural women to Spanish ones just because they are good housewives and excellent cooks.
Bahia in the Father’s Room Episode 1,