“I didn’t judge him nor did I want to do it,” he explains of the student mayor, but “I didn’t want him to do it with me either.”
this reaction still echoing: “I dress how I want,” said Ada Colau emphatically this Thursday, Mayor Barcelona. The reason is not lacking, but it was a third year student who asked her about her outfit. journalism from the University of Pompeu Fabra. As he himself explained, he did this with all the good will in the world – he wanted to know if he had used his weapon. clothes as a tool nonverbal communication inside politics-but encountered this rude answer and then media turmoil in social networks.
Young women “unfiltered” This Saturday. He did it in ‘Diari’ de Barcelona, published by fourth-year students of the said faculty: “His answer hurt me, yes, but everything that followed hurt me even more,” admits the student.
“The first images of his political journey, with protest t-shirtsmore formal clothes (he is currently wearing) maybe a idea moderationHe asked the student at the “Vermuts del Diari de Barcelona” colloquium. journalists of the future they put what they have learned into practice. “was one accelerated lesson In a few hours. More. This profession isn’t always friendly,” she admits.
The young woman, who does not want to reveal her identity, claims that she follows the experts on this subject. political communication and aesthetics. “That’s why I asked the question. I wanted to know how the mayor prepared the meeting. nonverbal language and politically symbolic,” he explains.
“It wasn’t a sexist question”
He also argues that “clothes, pins, hats, bows, ties and colors are a political strategy, they communicate and they want to say something”. That’s why I wanted Colau to develop how his image as mayor has evolved since his time as an activist. “it was none Question macho,” he explains. Rather, he confirms that it is a “sincere, honest and respectful” question.
Even so, he regrets that Colau felt bad. “I didn’t judge him, and I didn’t want to judge him,” she admits. Now: “I didn’t want him to do it with me either,” he criticizes.
Despite the turmoil, the student does not lower his arms. He still assures that he wants to be a journalist, but sets limits: “I don’t want to be instrumentalized or become a journalist. political weapon She states that she’s “against nobody” because she said she felt that way in the last hours.
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