Anis, then tries his last trick as he asks Dr. Aicha pretends that one of the guests complained of hunger and thirst and that she was just came to the kitchen to fetch a glass of water. Rhimou suddenly enters the kitchen and catches Aicha in the act. It was chosen in order to shed light on how the conservative mentality regards women and it serves as a unique example of a series that features a feminist figure who originates from a rural area which is worth considering and putting under the microscope. She breaks a vase saying that she will never accept it and walks into her room. In this scene we notice a shift from the urban area to a rural one. She explains that she is pregnant.
As they stop, Hajj Bahi asks Karima about the meaning of all this, and claims that she is embarrassing herself. Another interesting idea that can be elicited from this scene is the fact that Youssef associate the quality of being a woman to following traditions and obeying the father, as soon as Karima transgresses this norm he symbolically strips her from her womanhood and states that he is unsure whether she is a man or a woman because of her behavior. After a few moments, her face quickly changed and she took a look around and asked the closest woman near her if they had served them food or not. The first example that will be analyzed is Lalla Mennana which is a Moroccan series that was broadcasted in on 2M. 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. Women in Moroccan Media
Aicha pretends that one of the guests complained of hunger and thirst and that she was just came to the kitchen 20133 fetch a glass of water.
Another traditional view can be seen in this scene; that which states that no daughters should marry before her older sister. In this scene we notice a shift from the urban area to a rural one. Imad and Chama Episode 1, The following morning, the maid confesses to another maid that she is saddened by the death of mnan employer and the he was a kind and generous man, she even wished that Mennana, her mistress, died instead of him because of her rough treatment towards them.
Suddenly, he notices a female doctor talking to someone at the end of the corridor. Karima confidently declares that they are fed up with silence and that God has given a brain to both men and women and the same blood and that they bbnat fight the darkness that resides in the minds of men. He asks the maid where Karima is, when the latter tells him that she is in her room he asks her to call her in order to say Hi to Rachid.
Analysis of the Images of Women 1. She also explained how her son suffered with Mennana and lived a bitter life.
Analysis of the Images of Women The second series that will be featured in the practical part is Dar el Ghezlane. After complimenting her on her successful last surgery he wishes that he assisted her. Mennana, Sfiya and Chama Episode 1, 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.
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.
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This is exemplified when Sfiya sobs with her granddaughters and blames their mother in front of them for putting their father through a lot of misery. 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.
She then started to tell Rhimou how much she is fond of her out of all her sisters. 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 and objective view about how women are represented in Moroccan episodd.
Hanae smilingly grabs the note and watches Anis leaving with admiring looks on her face. In addition to that, bat male doctor was shown as having the upper hand by having her agree to escort him to a date despite the fact that they have only known each other for a few minutes, this further confirms the idea that women are easily manipulated by men and this scene episods fact reinforces this and portrays sexual harassment as something normalized in the work place and that women are fine with it.
Ismail and Amina Episode 1, Log In Sign Up. Again, Hajj Bahi uses the same techniques to persuade Rachid to marry Karima by praising her cooking abilities even though she did not prepare the tea at all. Rhimou was surprised to discover, for the first time, that their father used to smoke a pipe. nnat
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She claims that men will never greet their wives in the morning and tell them to go out and have fun while they cook instead. She told Mennana that if she could not do it for her then at least she should have done it for convenience or for the sake of guests and reputation. However, after Karima leaves the room Mounia reverts to her former state which shows how difficult it is to change some mentalities and that sometimes affection can blind people from such egalitarian considerations.
Anis complains to him about how exhausted he is. Amina, an educated woman who migrated with her husband from the city to the village, is depicted as a woman who criticizes everything and engages in trivial discussions while her husband was portrayed as a man of manners who did condone her actions.
He asks Younes if that is doctor Hanae.
Anis, then tries his last trick as he asks Dr. This series was selected to highlight the situation that women live under after the death of the father and how their mother becomes an alternative source of authority and oppression. Another interesting idea that can be elicited from this scene is the fact that Youssef associate the quality of being a woman to following traditions and obeying the father, as soon as Karima transgresses this norm he symbolically strips her from her womanhood and states that he is unsure whether she is a man or a woman because of her behavior.
Interestingly, this scene depicts the sudden emancipation that the absence of the father figure leaves. Karima also argues that if the women of the village showed solidarity with each other then no one can touch them.