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|Title:||Perspectivization in the Atlantic and New York Times Articles on why western designers are embracing the hijab|
|Abstract:||This research discusses the article of Why Western Designers Are Embracing the Hijab written by Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell which published on The Atlantic Magazine and article entitled Asserting a Muslim Fashion Identity written by Elizabeth Paton on New York Times. The objectives of this research are to analyze and comprehend the role of perspective in representing and constructing the object of reality under discourse analysis. This research led by Renkema’s Perspectivization theory, using qualitative method. Content analysis to perceive perspective analysis in the text is required to discover hidden importance message from the text. The research revelas those articles have different perspective, The Atlantic depicts Dolce & Gabbana’s character as an aesthetically compatible Western fashion line to chip away the marginalization of Islam in Western nations, while New York Times portrays Muslims especially in Arabian League character as a figure who tries resolve major misunderstandings around modest dressing for Muslim woman through a fashion lenses particularly to reveals something hidden behind why Western designers are embracing the hijab fashion nowadays.|
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