Sara Areces Verdes

Sara Areces Verdes
University of Oviedo | UNIOVI

Bachelor of Arts in English Studies

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Videojuegos de disparos en primera persona como Valorant están tratando de crear espacios seguros para las mujeres y otros colectivos marginalizados. No obstante, herramientas necesarias para la comunicación del videojuego, como los chats de voz o texto, son utilizadas a diario como vehículo de transmisión de acoso a los y las jugadoras. El present...
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The aim of this work is to analyse The Hunger Games trilogy written by American author Suzanne Collins (2008, 2009, and 2010) in order to understand how Katniss Everdeen goes from being a marginal and invisible character from District Twelve to becoming a heroine, and therefore, a female role model for teenage readers.This analysis is done here con...

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The aim of this work is to analyse The Hunger Games trilogy written by American author Suzanne Collins (2008, 2009, and 2010) in order to understand how Katniss Everdeen goes from being a marginal and invisible character from District Twelve to becoming a heroine, and therefore, a female role model for teenage readers.This analysis is done here considering the limitations placed by patriarchy and by the fact of the character’s belonging to a low social stratum, which will imply the use of a female version of the classic narrative structure of the hero’s journey developed by Joseph Campbell (1949).