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This article has been published in: Ocula 25, Gender, genres and generations. A sociological analysis on changes of consumption styles in the globalised world: current scenarios and future perspectives

author: Antonella Capalbi (DHMORE, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Modena, IT.)

The serial narrative as a discourse. Representations of gender identity in How I met your mother and New Girl.

language: italian

publication date: June 2021

abstract: The focus of the article is about the characters of the TV Series since they reflect, by adhesion or by contrast, a series of expectations, professional too, related to gender, with significant repercussions to the audience. The following analysis aims to investigate the representation of male and female characters in two successful TV Series, How I met your mother and New Girl, highlighting the potential impact on the spectator experience.

keywords: gender, work, representation+tv series, audience

OCULA-25-CAPALBI-Il-racconto-seriale-come-discorso-rappresentazioni-dellidentit.pdf ➞ PDF [431Kb]

DOI: 10.12977/ocula2021-7

citation information: Antonella Capalbi, Il racconto seriale come discorso. Rappresentazioni dell’identità di genere in How I met your mother e New Girl, "Ocula", vol.22, n.25, pp.47-61, June 2021. DOI: 10.12977/ocula2021-7


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