This paper examines the definition of harassment, both sexually and in general described by the Danish film critic Nanna Frank Rasmussen and Zentropa-producer Peter Aalbæk Jensen, and how their point of view represent them as individuals. Firstly we will investigate the background of the hashtag sensation #MeToo and how it has expanded to be a movement for women all over the world to address their own individual experiences with sexual harassments. To back up the thesis statement, we will use theories from Richard Jenkins concerning identity and the making of it, in addition to theories by Jensen and Tække about social media. Hereafter there will be made an analysis of the debate created by Nanna Frank Rasmussen for Jyllands Posten where she addresses the experiences she has had with Peter Aalbæk Jensen, and how she feels that Zentropa as a company insults women by abusing their power as an influential company in the film industry. The analysis will lead to a discussion about the definition of a violence throughout the debate between Nanna Frank Rasmussen and Peter Aalbæk Jensen is articulated, and alternatively how the future will look for #MeToo and the way we speak about sexual harassment.
|Uddannelser||Basis - Humanistisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis|
|Udgivelsesdato||28 maj 2018|