»Ich bin eine Kanackin« (eBook, PDF) - Tuzcu, Pinar
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Pinar Tuzcu explores rapper Lady Bitch Ray's performance and particularly her use of the term Kanackin. She combines issues of popfeminism and postmigration through speculative methodology and invites us to forget prescriptive definitions by proposing paradoxicality as a source to diversify our concepts of feminism. By means of Situational Analysis, her study works through the contradictory forms of positioning that occurred in group discussions with Turkish-German university students about Lady Bitch Ray's music videos. In this book, Tuzcu argues that these contradictory forms of positioning…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Pinar Tuzcu explores rapper Lady Bitch Ray's performance and particularly her use of the term Kanackin. She combines issues of popfeminism and postmigration through speculative methodology and invites us to forget prescriptive definitions by proposing paradoxicality as a source to diversify our concepts of feminism. By means of Situational Analysis, her study works through the contradictory forms of positioning that occurred in group discussions with Turkish-German university students about Lady Bitch Ray's music videos. In this book, Tuzcu argues that these contradictory forms of positioning bear traces of emergent discourses that reach beyond Western-centric descriptions of feminism in Germany.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: transcript Verlag
  • Erscheinungstermin: 31.03.2017
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783839435724
  • Artikelnr.: 48047699
Autorenporträt
Pinar Tuzcu (Dr. phil.) holds a postdoc position and teaches at the Department of Sociology of Diversity at the University of Kassel. Her research interests include contemporary feminisms and queer theory, postmigration studies, decolonial approaches and speculative methodology.
Rezensionen
»Der Diskurs um postmigrantische Popkultur in Deutschland wird durch Pinars Buch um einen vielversprechenden Beitrag erweitert. Lady Bitch Ray als hybride Kunstfigur passt in diesen Diskurs gut rein.« Patricia Bonaudo, Missy Magazine, 06.09.2016 Besprochen in: IDA-NRW, 1 (2017)