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Hegemony and Objectification: A Sexist Discursive Analysis of Egyptian Songs

Mohamed El-Nashar; Heba Nayef

Volume 11, 2 (Themed Issue on Language, Discourse, and Society) , July 2023, , Pages 28-46


  Sexist songs are among the key tools for disseminating masculine hegemony. They lead to the normalization of sexist practices. This study investigated how sexism is constructed in Egyptian society in one form of popular culture, i.e., songs. It examined songs in two music genres: Egyptian Pop songs and ...  Read More

“Towers of Strength and More”: A Thematic Analysis of Royal Titularies in Ancient Egypt

Heba Nayef; Mohamed El-Nashar

Volume 11, Issue 1 , March 2023, , Pages 215-230


  In ancient Egypt, kings were believed to have both cosmic and political roles. One of the tools they employed to announce such roles was their royal titularies. This paper conducted a thematic analysis of the titularies of all native ancient Egyptian kings over the seven dynastic periods (from 3150 B.C. ...  Read More