סרטוני טיקטוק פוגעניים כלפי סטודנטיות בדואיות כמנגנון בקלאש של ענישה חברתית

Translated title of the contribution: Offensive TikTok videos against Bedouin female students as a backlash mechanism of social penalty

שירלי דרוקר שטרית, אלה בן-עטר, סמדר בן אשר

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Abstract

This qualitative research examines the Backlash mechanism by which young Bedouin men use offensive TikTok videos to interfere with the progress of their female counterparts toward higher education. The research includes a survey with 77 Bedouin female students, 23 semi-structured interviews with them (including a vignette), and 8 interviews with Bedouin men officials. The findings indicate a wide scope of online gender-based violence against Bedouin female students and the difficulty of society and law enforcement to prevent it.We found that the videos express 3 forms of abusive behavior: (1) allegation of immoral behavior; (2) comment on immodest clothing; (3) Forgery using Photoshop. From the analysis of the responses to the vignette, we found that the female students chose one of two positions: (1) A passive position that accepts the situation as unchangeable; (2) An active position of seeking the help of authoritative men within the family and external factors. One of the conclusions is that the backlash mechanism harms the female students’ sense of security, but in practice it does not prevent the development of the higher education trend that is gaining momentum among them.
Translated title of the contributionOffensive TikTok videos against Bedouin female students as a backlash mechanism of social penalty
Original languageHebrew
Pages (from-to)44-66
Number of pages23
Journalמסגרות מדיה
Volume22
StatePublished - 2022

IHP Publications

  • ihp
  • Bedouins -- Israel -- Negev
  • Bedouins -- Israel -- Social conditions
  • Bedouins -- Israel -- Social life and customs
  • College students
  • Cyberbullying
  • Education, Higher
  • Internet -- Psychological aspects
  • Internet -- Social aspects
  • Mobile apps
  • Online social networks
  • Punishment
  • Women -- Legal status, laws, etc
  • Women -- Violence against
  • Women, Bedouin

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