Mdhihirisho wa Mahusiano ya Uwezo katika Vikatuni vya Shujaaz: Uchanganuzi Makinifu wa Kidiskosi

  • Sammy Liana Dimbu Chuo Kikuu cha Chuka
Keywords: Diskosi, Shujaaz, Mahusiano ya Uwezo, Uchanganuzi Makinifu wa Diskosi, Vikatuni na Vijana
Sambaza Makala:

Ikisiri

Vikatuni ni chombo muhimu cha mawasiliano katika Karne ya 21. Huenda ndio sababu vimeendelea kukumbatiwa katika uwasilishaji wa masuala yanayohusu vijana. Makala hii inahusu Uchanganuzi Makinifu wa Diskosi katika vikatuni vya Shujaaz ili kubainisha uzalishaji wa mahusiano ya uwezo katika vikatuni hivi. Utafiti huu ni wa kiisimu na ni hatua kutokana na tafiti tangulizi zilizotafitia vikatuni hivi katika taaluma ya fasihi. Nadharia ya Uchanganuzi Makinifu wa Diskosi iliongoza utafiti huu. Kwa mujibu wa nadharia hii changamoto za kijamii hubainika katika uzalishaji wa matumizi mabaya ya mamlaka au udhalimu wa wenye mamlaka katika diskosi. Data ya makala hii ilitokana na sampuli ya nakala 35 za diskosi ya Shujaaz zilizoteuliwa kimakusudi kwa kuzingatia kigezo cha yaliyomo. Mpango wa kimaelezo ulitumika katika kuchanganua na kuwasilisha matokeo ya utafiti. Matokeo ni kuwa mahusiano ya uwezo katika Shujaaz ni baina ya:  wahusika mashujaa na wahusika wa kawaida, wahusika mashujaa na vijana, wadhamini na vijana, hadhira lengwa ambao ni vijana na mtu mashuhuri na mahusiano ya uwezo ya kiuana. Makala hii inatoa mchango katika taaluma ya isimu kwa kubainisha namna mahusiano ya uwezo yanavyotumiwa kuangazia masuala ya kijamii, kiuchumi na kisiasa, na namna yanavyoweza kutumiwa kuwashirikisha vijana katika masuala yanayowakumba katika jamii. Utafiti huu unapendekeza tafiti zaidi za baadaye zifanywe kwa kuzingatia mikakati ya uhalalishaji na uharamishaji inayodhihirika kupitia mahusiano ya uwezo katika diskosi ya Shujaaz

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Tarehe ya Uchapishaji
8 Novemba, 2022
Jinsi ya Kunukuu
Dimbu, S. (2022). Mdhihirisho wa Mahusiano ya Uwezo katika Vikatuni vya Shujaaz: Uchanganuzi Makinifu wa Kidiskosi. Jarida La Afrika Mashariki La Masomo Ya Kiswahili, 5(2), 40-57. https://doi.org/10.37284/jammk.5.2.946