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Panopticism and Buchi Emecheta(A Critical Approach to Women's Role and Marriage in Terms of Panopticism in Burhi Emecheta)

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Panopticism and Buchi Emecheta
Panopticism and Buchi Emecheta (A Critical Approach to Women's Role and Marriage in Terms of Panopticism in Burhi Emecheta)
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Women and marriage are two important issues handled almost in each century; the place of woman as an individual in the society and
her role in marriage has been problematized by numerous novelists, feminists, critics and by women themselves for centuries. One of
these novelists critics is Buchi Emecheta who reveals the facts of an immigrant woman's life in a patriarchal society in her novels: Second
Class Citizen, The Joys of Motherhood and Bride Price. This patriarchal society can be described as the leading role of Panopticon Theory
which is coined to literature and social sciences by Michel Foucault. In that respect, the marriage of immigrant women in a foreign
country can be assessed as a tool of Panopticon's idea in which the women are trapped. This research focuses on the struggle of a
woman who is a wife, a daughter, and a mother, trying to be a viable individual in the male-dominated society. Therefore, there are
several questions to be handled in this paper; What are the social norms, realities, traditions of black people and the place of a black
woman in the family reflected in Second Class Citizen, The Joys of Motherhood and The Bride Price? What is the core idea of
Panopticism? Can the marriage be handled in the boundaries of Panopticism? Finally, one of the most important questions of this paper
is whether writing process and education can be a way of fulfillment of the self for women.
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    • Women and marriage are two important issues handled almost in each century; the place of woman as an individual in the society and
      her role in marriage has been problematized by numerous novelists, feminists, critics and by women themselves for centuries. One of
      these novelists critics is Buchi Emecheta who reveals the facts of an immigrant woman's life in a patriarchal society in her novels: Second
      Class Citizen, The Joys of Motherhood and Bride Price. This patriarchal society can be described as the leading role of Panopticon Theory
      which is coined to literature and social sciences by Michel Foucault. In that respect, the marriage of immigrant women in a foreign
      country can be assessed as a tool of Panopticon's idea in which the women are trapped. This research focuses on the struggle of a
      woman who is a wife, a daughter, and a mother, trying to be a viable individual in the male-dominated society. Therefore, there are
      several questions to be handled in this paper; What are the social norms, realities, traditions of black people and the place of a black
      woman in the family reflected in Second Class Citizen, The Joys of Motherhood and The Bride Price? What is the core idea of
      Panopticism? Can the marriage be handled in the boundaries of Panopticism? Finally, one of the most important questions of this paper
      is whether writing process and education can be a way of fulfillment of the self for women.
      Stok Kodu
      :
      9786052817469
      Boyut
      :
      135-210
      Sayfa Sayısı
      :
      94
      Baskı
      :
      1
      Basım Tarihi
      :
      2020-02
      Kapak Türü
      :
      Karton
      Kağıt Türü
      :
      2.Hamur
      Dili
      :
      İngilizce
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