This project in Strategic Communication explores the specific protest by FEMEN, International Topless Jihad Day as presented in the article by Jonathan Jones “A Glorious Crude Topless “Jihad” From a FEMEN Activist” (Jones, 2013). The empirical data consists of the comments below-the-line and helps study the constitution of discourses that describe different power relations within the comments. Furthermore, this helps studying whether these discourses have an impact and co-constitutes FEMEN as an organisation. The analysis shows that FEMEN is a hierarchical organisation that does not question their organisational identity and do not take discourses created by external others into account. Since all communication has a co-constitutive force, it is assumable, that the comments to some extent affect FEMEN identity.
|Educations||Communication Studies, (Bachelor/Graduate Programme) Graduate|
|Publication date||12 Dec 2016|
|Number of pages||45|