INDEV 302 - Symbolic Violence - Stromae “Ta Fete”(2014 Exemplifying Symbolic Violence Life and Responsibility ● “You want to get down” ●

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Stromae “Ta Fete” (2014) Exemplifying Symbolic Violence Life and Responsibility “You want to get down” Life comes with responsibility and if you don’t take responsibility for your actions or the life you want to live, it can add violence or hardship to your life. Vail and chains symbolizing gender domination in a non-traditional form relationships as a form of symbolic violence. Fighting and then giving a kiss before continuing the “chase”. Shows the necessity for a woman to find a man and to chain him down. Sense of intimidation/threats i.e. “The court judge is out for you. Everyone’s gonna get to you” An example of doxa: streetfighter gets threatened so he follows the “rules” Illustrates social domination happening in our daily lives Symbolic power in different roles (marriage, family, finance, law, audience) is demonstrated by the following: Women gain status from marriage (Bourdieu, p 340) - in the video the bride is using
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Unformatted text preview: chains to try to fight her husband ● Judge and Banker have legal and financial power over the individual solely because of their job titles ● Audience = Media All the spectators, men and women, are dressed to look like men - focus on what it means to be masculine and the struggles men face Lack of consent ● A spectator was picked by the ‘master’ to partake in the game. The spectator did not have a choice and did not give consent to partake in the game. ● The spectator did not seem to know what he was getting himself into, yet he does what he is supposed to. ● Although, the ‘master’ was not the one that was putting physical obstacles throughout the game, it is was because of the decision and the power the master has, the member is put into that situation. To change things, you need to change the structures....
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