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Young Media Women

Nahawand Al-Kadri Issa


Searching for definitions and classifications of innovation took me a lot of time, and I almost fell in the trap of the male standard authority, which defines what is beautiful and what is not, and sets the standards of success and failure. I was faced with puzzling and confusing questions such as: Is there a feminine innovation that is different from the male one? I almost overlooked the whole topic, convinced that placing innovation in fixed stereotypes would strangle innovation itself. Nevertheless, some interviews that I carried out with young media women encouraged me to take the chance, to go beyond innovative and non-innovative definitions and classifications and to play the game of innovation itself based on the game of life continuity. I kept moving up and then down the innovation threshold as I saw fit, in an attempt to recreate it.


Innovative experiences; young women

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DOI: 10.32380/alrj.v0i0.358


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