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Maskuliniteter i den Hebreiska Bibelns kallelser Ett narratologiskt maskulinitetskritiskt studium av mansnormer i den Hebreiska Bibeln


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Title: Maskuliniteter i den Hebreiska Bibelns kallelser Ett narratologiskt maskulinitetskritiskt studium av mansnormer i den Hebreiska Bibeln
Other Titles: Masculinities in the Calls to Action of the Hebrew Bible A Narratological Criticism of Masculinity Norms in the Hebrew Bible
Authors: Helleberg, Theodor
Issue Date: 16-Mar-2021
Degree: Student essay
Keywords: hegemony
hegemonic masculinity
dyadic personality
modal personality
performativity
gender
narratological criticism
narrator
narrative
narratee
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to conduct a Masculine Critical and Narratological study of the Callings of King Saul, King David, and the Prophet Moses. I want to know: • In what way are the characters masculine? • What are the differences between the male characters of the Narratives? • Is it obvious from the Calling Narratives if a character is a good leader if he is masculine? The theoretical framework is based on Judith Butler’s “Performative Acts and Gender Constitution: An Essay in Pheno... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/68079
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