Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
This work fills a gap in research on Indonesian popular culture by delving into the presentation of femininity and masculinity in Indonesian music videos. Through a textual analysis of four videos, a survey of the video YouTube comments, and interviews with Indonesians about these videos, the author examines the presentation of Order/Chaos and other Male/Female binaries in the music videos and their relationship with the current pop culture and political environment.
Carswell, Hannah, "Femininity and Masculinity in Indonesian Popular Music Videos." Thesis, Georgia State University, 2014.