Analysing the short film “Juice” as a discourse of resistance

Authors

  • Rolla Das Assistant Professor Christ Deemed to be University Bangalore, Karnataka, India
  • Aadishree Dixit Research Scholar Christ Deemed to be University Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Abstract

Representation and identity are issues of great importance as they shape how society perceives and treats the subject who is represented. Spaces also contribute to and are influenced by the dominant ideology. The house is often conceived of as a safe space, away from the unequal and unfair social world. However, gender discrimination through segregation of both roles and spaces exists in these spaces and is naturalized through the instruments of tradition and patriarchy. In recent times, short films have emerged as an influential and accessible medium of representation. This paper aims to examine how resistance to dominant ideology is articulated within domestic spaces through the analysis of the short film “Juice”. This study will focus on choice and agency in domestic spaces to understand ideological resistance.

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Published

29-04-2019

How to Cite

Das, R., & Dixit, A. (2019). Analysing the short film “Juice” as a discourse of resistance. SMART MOVES JOURNAL IJELLH, 7(4), 15. Retrieved from https://ijellh.com/OJS/index.php/OJS/article/view/7930