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Women's Studies-Reproductive Rights

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Alex Coup

on 5 December 2012

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Transcript of Women's Studies-Reproductive Rights

Cultural Production of
Reproductive Rights By: Sarah, Scooby, Anna and Alex Anna How activism and cultural production shapes us A is for resists the status quo Addressing issues Access, Gender Stereotyping, and Women's Active Participation Shaping Identity and Understanding Status Quo Be Hanged Political Cartoons Challenging the "Status Quo" Social Media changing social change Sarah - Not hiding her occupation or beliefs
- Taking a stand against protester's
-Bringing awarness through social media
-Letting society they are not alone in the fight
- Giving women the courage to stand up for themselves
Cartoonism - male dominated field Naturally judgemental Voices opposition to those in power Pictures vs. Print YouTube clips passively enforces equality
Areas may or may not be aware that reproductive rights were an issue
A is for challenges the stereotype of who supports reproductive choice
gender, race, culture, religion, and socioeconomic class Scooby http://www.youtube.com/user/AisForVideo?feature=watch (List of A is for Videos)
http://www.aisfor.org/ (website) External Links Cultural symbolism-changing a hegemonic symbol and redefining it.
Scarlet letter A
Resists hegemonic view of "who" fights for reproductive rights Guiding a person to better understand or question issues that the person may have been oblivious to in the past. Types of Cultural Production Used 1.) Cultural Symbolism
2.) Short Films Violence Towards Women Violence creates boundaries
Causes psychological fear
Maintains a corrupt patriarchical system in this example and others...
Violence disengages women from their reproductive rights Group Thesis Statement Whether it be political cartoons that take a stand on women's rights, a debate of presidents to discuss the future for a woman's health, a single woman making her stand for her career that is essential to a woman's well-being, or a movie that gives a reality check about how brutal women really have it; cultural production stands as a voice that makes a way for not one woman but all women's lives, and enables them to maintain their reproductive rights. One way being how cultural production motivates the masses (particularly women) and two, how it helps other women to know about problems around the world so that they can be made more aware and maybe do something to help diminish the problem. These four different types of cultural productions work through the media to aid in reaching a large audience of women and educating them on the issues of women's rights, particularly her reproductive rights. Closing Thesis These four different types of cultural productions work through the media to aid in reaching a large audience of women and educating them on the issues of women's rights, particularly her reproductive rights. Rough estimation - 8% are women Political cartoons inform decisions Used as vehicle for marginalized opinions Able to discuss more controversial topics The reoccurring flaw of political cartoons Mobilize for Social Change Education, education, education Myth of "Enlightened Sexism" Cultural Production Used: The Movie- "The Stoning of Soraya M." What Reproductive Rights Are These Women Restrained From?

Having children is a requirement for married women in cultures like these
They have no say when it comes to having sex, they are simply forced Where do other instances
of this happen in the world?

Iran, Pakistan, Peru, United
States Coercive Control and The
Lack of Freedom The women in these situations always
experience a form of abuse and violence
by male spouses so that they maintain their
subjection and marital duties to the
husbands. These women have no
freedom or right to live as any
human being ought to. Important Women In this Film
Shohreh Aghdashloo
Mozhan Marnò The Effects of this Film -Goes against the status quo of
what Hollywood does with films.
-Supports "Women" who suffer from
social injustice, and deserve better.
-Gives a voice to the women who
don't have one How are Women viewed in these
Situations? uncapable to make right decisions
unable to support themselves
promotes all women to be seen as a vice What does this film show us about the gender
of women in these countries? Women have no freedom, access to obtaining a better
life, have no say in any matter regarding the issues in
society. Alex Picketing
Do you know what picketing means?

- 2009 statics on picketing about abortion or at abortion clinics?
- How social media is shaping and changing our Identity -Bringing awarness to the radical behavior of picketing
- Letting everyone know they can not be scared away
- Letting women know there are people fighting for their preductive rights -Social media is giving women a voice all over
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