She offered the daughters her condolences as she sat next to one of the guests. He complains that the water ruined his new shoe and Chama says that the shoe does not appear to be a new one at all. Women in Moroccan Media He then asks him if he is married or not, after Rachid says that he is still single Hajj Bahi asks him to pay them a visit at home to get to meet Karima who has grown up and became a woman. Rhimou asked Bahia what she was doing in there; the latter replied that she was resting. Skip to main content. Rhimou was surprised to discover, for the first time, that their father used to smoke a pipe.
Analysis of the Images of Women One of the women responds by saying that she should be neutral, if women are doing work at home then men are doing work outside to provide for the family. Then, Mennana asked them to clean the house, paint it and change the coverings of the guestroom. Other services include IPTV which is offered by Maroc Telecom and a new service, digital terrestrial television which has recently began to be spread on the national level. After a while, a woman enters the house wearing a black jellaba and starts sobbing and moaning about how they did not wait for her to see the dead man and bid him farewell before his burial. Hajj Bahi escalates the situation by saying that he will marry her to the first person who knocks on the door. Hanae smiles reluctantly and the camera moves to a toothless elderly man who was lying on the bed and overheard their conversation which made him laugh pleasantly.
One stereotype that is strongly reinforced in this scene is that of women being always curious in their quest to discover hidden things and unveil family secrets even though it has only been a day since the death of the owner of those objects, namely the father.
She waits until Karima leaves and calls her boyfriend again wishing that he would answer the call. Interestingly, this scene depicts the sudden mhana that the absence of the father figure leaves.
Shocked, Rachid tells her that her father had not informed him of her pregnancy. It tells the story of Hajj Bahi, the governor of Dar el Ghezlane epiisode is played by the late Mohammed Bestaoui, and how he struggles with his eldest daughter Karima, played by Meriem Zaiimi, who is a feminist in the unlikeliest of places.
Conclusion The nnana of this paper was to investigate the representation of women in the Moroccan.
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The following morning, lallz maid confesses to another maid that she is saddened by the death of their employer and the he was a kind and generous man, lslla even wished that Mennana, her mistress, died instead of him because of her rough treatment towards them. Mounia and Karima Episode 1, This reinforces the conservative attitude mnanna rural fathers have towards their daughters and the constraints that they apply on 21 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www.
They are portrayed as showing one face to people and talking bad about them in their back. Mounia quickly gets angry with him for talking about her sister that way. Once more, women are depicted as being deceitful and sycophantic. The theoretical part will tackle the position of women in the Moroccan media according to official reports and statements by experts in the field as well as government figures. Click here to sign up.
Chama then entered the scene and ran to hug her grandmother and they sobbed together; Rhimou and Bahia soon joined them. The latter attempts epiode reconcile between them episoce saying that Karima regrets her doings but Karima says she regrets nothing.
Imad and Chama Episode 1, During the funeral, as the guests are mourning the dead man, two of the daughters, Bahia and Chama played by Noura Skalli and Samya Akeryou, argue in whispers as the first one blamed the second for not painting the windows properly. Anis quickly turns his back on them and apologizes claiming that he did not see anything. Mounia soon realizes that her sister is merely being cynical.
He complains that the water ruined his new shoe and Chama says that the shoe does not appear to be mnaan new one at all. Hajj Bahi escalates the situation by saying that he will marry her to the first person who knocks on the door. Youssef sarcastically says that Karima is not like other women.
She speaks about the inequality that they suffer from and that men are the only ones who are privileged. He, with a belt in his hand, blames her for embarrassing him in front of the villagers and Mounia tries to calm him. This gives the impression that women are living under emotional oppression and consequently are in a sense waiting for the moment in which they would be liberated to experience their romantic escapades freely which is an inaccurate representation of the women because they do not all live under the same circumstances.
The series begins with the death of their father, an event to which Mennana reacted with a surprising composure and asked her daughters not to shed a single tear before the sun rises. The first part of this paper provided an overview lxlla the audiovisual situation of Morocco through proposing some statistics about the viewership of the Moroccan channels to stress the sheer impact that television has on the Moroccan population and that it reaches an important percentage of homes.
Another aspect of the misrepresentation of women is that they are repeatedly shown in a position where they heartlessly speak about banal things the new fridge in this case or trying to seek personal benefit promoting her merchandize in the most opportune of moments mnama regard to the personal feelings of others.
Women in Moroccan Media She replies that it is neither an embarrassment nor a scandal, and that the only reason they think so is because men were accustomed to women being silent and obedient but now they have freewill.
The first series is Bnat Lalla Mennana which was elected as a practical example of the traditional eipsode in which women are depicted.
Then, Mennana asked them to clean the house, paint it and change the epizode of the guestroom. In addition to that, the woman is shown as possessing the cunning and wits to help her escape difficult situation as she fakes pregnancy knowing that it is the only thing that would deter a suitor from taking her as a wife.
Skip to main content. This is uncannily 23 Dar el Ghezlane, Episode 1 www. Subsequently, the analysis chapter will contain two examples of Moroccan series that were aired on the two main Moroccan channels so as to give a more representative mnaja objective view about how women are represented in Moroccan television.
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Anis, played by Oussama Bestaoui, is the new village doctor who represents an educated urban man who is forced to move from a big hospital in order to occupy a position as the new doctor of Dar el Ghezlane.
In this scene we notice a shift from the urban area to a rural one. After a while, a woman enters the house wearing a black jellaba and starts sobbing and moaning about how they did not wait for her to see the dead man and bid him farewell before his burial. After a few moments, they arrive at the well where the women gather to fetch water.
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