Role of Tweets of Female Politician in Spreading Feminism: A Case Study of Jacinda Ardern (26 Oct 2020 to 30 May 2021
Keywords:Female Politician, Feminism, Jacinda Ardern, Tweets
The objective of the study is to analyze the link between the use of social media and feminist positivism. In this context, the conversations of Jacinda Ardern on Twitter were fueled by an empathic structure that was supported up by secondary structures of the occupied regional parliamentarian and the interpersonal politician. These qualities were emphasized by the use of coercion and interpersonal situations. Several women leaders, including Jacinda Ardern, used Twitter to emphasize their major positive feminism, both during and prior to the epidemic. Through internet media, it demonstrates the active role of women in politics. This study is about promotion of positive feminism by female politicians, in particular Jacinda Ardern on Twitter during the period 26 October 2020 to 30 May 2021. The characteristics extracted from the tweets via inductive analysis were “congratulatory remarks”, “democracy” and “rights of the people”. It was observed that a positive feminism was a major trend in her tweets.
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