At the first glance this might seem like an ordinary scene. In this scene we notice a shift from the urban area to a rural one. Karima makes it clear that neither him, the belt nor the villagers can keep her quiet. Hajj Bahi tries to fix things by saying that she is indeed one of a kind. The second series is Dar El Ghezlane who at the beginning seems like another stereotypical television show but in fact it provides the reader with a different outlook on the situation of the Moroccan women through portraying the pressure that a free thinking Moroccan women who has feminist principles lives under and how she copes with the situation in a rural area where the views on women are traditionally conservative. Once more, the woman is depicted as a disrespectful figure that does not shy away from sneaking into the kitchen in the middle of a funeral to steal food. After having no success, she attempted negotiating Rhimou into buying some of her cheap contraband clothes and left when the latter shouted at her saying that it her father had just died and that it was not the time for business.
Indeed, this scene reinforces this image of grievances that mother in laws nurse towards their daughter in laws and vice versa; the two women are depicted as fierce rivals in numerous occasions. Again, Hajj Bahi uses the same techniques to persuade Rachid to marry Karima by praising her cooking abilities even though she did not prepare the tea at all. Click here to sign up. Embedded in this scene is another quality that is particularly associated with rural fathers. The latter accused Mennana of burying her son before she could see him one last time. Although met with some resistance, the scene gives the impression that rural women can claim their rights and voice their opinions provided that there is someone to raise their awareness and encourage them to pursue recognition and equality. Morocco owns 9 free channels, seven of which are owned by the government, one that is privately owned Medi1 TV and one that has mixed ownership 2M 1. In addition to that, the woman is shown as possessing the cunning and wits to help her escape difficult situation as she fakes pregnancy knowing that it is the only thing that would deter a suitor from taking her as a wife.
Upon noticing him, the women episodd and warn one another that there is a man watching them. As they stop, Hajj Bahi asks Karima about the meaning of all this, and claims that she is embarrassing herself. Karima asks them to gather around and pay attention. Once more, women are depicted as being deceitful and sycophantic. He then asks him if he 227 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 lslla has grown up and became a woman.
Amina, an educated woman who migrated with her husband from the city to the village, is depicted as a woman who criticizes everything and engages in trivial discussions while her husband was portrayed as a man of manners who did condone her actions. Analysis of the Images of Women 1. Youssef and Mounia Episode 1, The latter accused Mennana of burying her son before she could see him one last time. Karima mnanx walks in and overhears that Mounia asks Youssef about his favorite meals.
They, then, resume their slogans and leave the ceremony. Karima and the Women of the Village Episode 1, She also opens a box in which he kept his Tasbih beads, favorite cassettes, smoking pipe and photo album. She waits until Karima leaves and calls her boyfriend again wishing that he would answer the call.
The first series is Bnat Lalla Mennana which was elected as a practical example of the traditional way in which women are depicted. She then started gossiping in a low voice and sneering at the daughters telling the other woman that they only appear to be well-behaved whereas in fact they are reckless and immature.
The Representation of Women in Moroccan Television. The Hajj asks about the whereabouts of his two girls and the maid replies that Mounia is in her room while Karima is out. Aicha in the Kitchen Episode 1, Their maid who is present at the ceremony asks 26 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www. 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 1 www. Images of Women in Bnat Lalla Mennana They leave him lying in the ground and head for the ceremony.
Hajj Bahi escalates the situation by saying that he will marry her to the first person who knocks on the door. The second series is Dar El Ghezlane who at the beginning seems like another stereotypical television show but in fact it provides the reader with a different outlook on the situation of the Moroccan women through portraying the pressure that a free thinking Moroccan women who has feminist principles lives under and how she copes with the situation in a rural area where the views on women are traditionally conservative.
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. Subsequently, the analysis chapter will contain two examples of Moroccan series that were aired on the two main Moroccan channels so as to give a more representative and objective view about how women are represented in Moroccan television.
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. Karima and the Women of the Village Protesting Episode 1, Again, Hajj Bahi uses the same techniques to persuade Rachid to marry Karima by praising her cooking abilities even though she did not prepare the tea at all.
One stereotype that is strongly reinforced in this scene is that of women being always curious in their quest to discover hidden things and unveil family secrets even though it has only been a day since the death of the owner of those objects, namely the father. He apologizes to her for being disrespectful and worrying about his shoe when she has just 19 Bnat La La Mnana, Episode 1 www.
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Mounia blames her sister of being mean and the latter warns her of men and claims lalls all they want to do is put women under their shoes. He, with a belt in his hand, blames her for embarrassing him in front of the villagers and Mounia tries to calm him. She then starts sneering at Hajj Bahi and mocking at the fact that he gathered all these people just to welcome a doctor. Another aspect of the misrepresentation of women is that they are repeatedly shown in a position where they heartlessly speak about banal things the new fridge in this case or trying to seek personal benefit promoting her merchandize in the most eepisode of moments without regard to the personal feelings of others.
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Not only is her competency as a doctor is overlooked, she is harassed at the work place by a colleague of her and the interesting thing is that she is shown as being impressed by that and even enjoying it. Embedded in this scene is another stereotype which was previously talked about which is the animosity between mother in laws and wives.
He says that he cannot wait to wed her and have her as his lawful wife. It appears that the people of the house were preparing for a special occasion.
The latter attempts to reconcile between them by saying that Karima regrets her doings but Karima says she regrets nothing. 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.
In this scene we notice a shift from the urban area to a rural one. Contrary to the first scenes, this one does perpetuate stereotypes; on the contrary, it challenges them.
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She says that she knows what the women of the village are afraid of. She closes the pot and lal,a her, asking her what she is doing there. Rhimou was surprised to discover, for the first time, that their father used to smoke a pipe. She offered the daughters her condolences as she sat next to one of the guests. The study consisted of an analysis of advertisements, daily and weekly newspapers in all the languages, the two main television channels and the radio stations.