Gordana Vladisavljević has completed the first and second degree academic studies in English Language and Literature at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade. She is currently a second year PhD student at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade. Her fields of interest comprise gender studies, applied linguistics, critical discourse analysis. She is particularly interested in analysing gender differences in chldren’s language. In her academic engagement she has been the author of a few scientific and professional aticles as well as a presenter at different scientific and professional conferences and seminars. In 2014 she was awarded the USA State Department Professional Development Scholarsip for foreign English Language Professionals (E-Teacher Scholarship). She works as an English Language Teacher at Educons University in Sremska Kamenica. She is married and the mother of two children.
Are there gender stereotypes in children media discourse and how are they manifested? Are there children cartoons that deconstruct gender stereotypes? In her talk the author will try to analyse the interaction of language and gender within the critical discourse analysis of children media discourse. Putting the analysis in the theoretical context of Social Learning Theory and Gender Schema Theory, the author will prove the analysed contents to be important for the learning of aschematic gender roles for the children of preschool age. Within “linguistics with consciousness and aim“ the author is trying to make everybody realise the importance of the TV messages aimed at children.