Pakistani Drama And Critical Analyses On Gendered Display Of Culture

Authors

  • Taha Shabbir Federal Urdu University
  • Yasmeen Sultana Farooqui ilma University, Karachi
  • Dr Shazia Shaikh Assistant Professor in the Department of Media Science, University of Sindh.

Keywords:

Media Influence, Gender-based analysis, Pakistani social diversity, Feminist Theory

Abstract

The research looked into how media stereotypes and the people's hold of gender concerning drama on TV shows can change how people perceive each other. It relies a lot on specific and detailed data on a data set consisting of most Pakistani university students in national and private institutions. A questionnaire was created with specific attributes in mind as the critical input; these were given significant consideration in selecting and compiling the data. As discussed by the data group, the social variety in Pakistani cultures, such as the inclusion of two different educational institutions, must be regarded as a variable in this research. For most people, daily exposure to Gender-Stereotyping in traditional media has adverse effects on how they perceive social identities, most notably women.

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2021-09-07

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Shabbir, T., Farooqui, Y. S. ., & Shaikh, S. (2021). Pakistani Drama And Critical Analyses On Gendered Display Of Culture. Pakistan Journal of Gender Studies, 21(2), 117–132. Retrieved from https://socialsciencejournals.pjgs-ws.com/index.php/PJGS/article/view/554

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