Etablerade och icke-etablerade : En analys av tre filmers framställning av sociala mönster

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Örebro universitet/Institutionen för humaniora, utbildnings- och samhällsvetenskap

Sammanfattning: Film is a media genre that spreads around the whole world. In other words, it is a media genre that many people take part of. Something else that most people has experience about is being part of a group, and often groupings with a power configuration between itself and other groups. Previous research show that groups that is established in a specific social context has  a tendency to have an access to power over groups that are unestablished in that specific  social context. Previous research also show that the way films portrait different social phenomena can both influence the society and get influenced by the society where it is produced. It is therefore relevant to study how film portraits the social patterns that occur when an individual is in a, for the individual, new social context and make contact with a group that is already established in the specific social context. This study aims to analyze how this is portrayed in three Swedish films: Micke och Veronica (2014), Ondskan (2003) and Rallybrudar (2008). The methodological basis in this study has been a combination of comparative research, content analysis and critical discourse analysis. In the analysis of this study Erving Goffman’s (2014) dramaturgical analysis and Donald Broady’s (1998) notion of capital have been used to analyze the three films. Through the analysis of the three films it has shown that all of these films portraits a change in the relationship between the established and the unestablished groups. The unestablished are at first not accepted by the  established groups, but through integration and the unestablished symbolic assets the relationship transcends to an acceptance between the groups.

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