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Cyberfeminism 2.0

Author: Radhika Gajjala; Yeon Ju Oh
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang Pub., ©2012.
Series: Digital formations, v. 74.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Radhika Gajjala; Yeon Ju Oh
ISBN: 9781433113598 1433113597 9781433113581 1433113589 9781453902097 1453902090
OCLC Number: 752472588
Description: vi, 314 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction : where have all the cyberfeminists gone? / Radhika Gajjala and Yeon Ju Oh --
About me : a critical discourse analysis of representations of female doctoral student bloggers and implications for education / Lauren Angelone --
Women's (dis)embodied engagement with male-dominated online communities / Jessica L. Beyer --
Blogher and blogalicious : gender, race and the political economy of women's blogging conferences / Jessie Daniels --
What it takes to screen her film : a feminist study of UNESCO's audiovisual e-platform submission process / Debbie James --
Fandom, technology, and practice-and the relevance of cyberfeminism / Holly Kruse --
Migrant youth invading online spaces : intersectional performativity of self in socio-technological networks / Koen Leurs --
Our data, ourselves : feminist narratives of empowerment in health 2.0 discourse / Marina Levina --
Structuring EDNOS as cyberpostfeminist rule / Dara Persis Murray --
Is your space safe? : cyberfeminist movement for space online atunnine / Yeon Ju Oh --
Where is my profile picture? : multiple politics of technological mothering and gendered technology / Natalia Rybas --
Debating intimate partner violence in lesbian fan communities / Becky Walker --
Back to the future : women art technology / Jennifer Way --
Beyond democratization and subversion : rethinking feminist analytical approaches to girls' cultural production on the internet / Rosalind Sibielski --
Masters of technology: defining and theorizing the hardcore/casual dichotomy in video game culture / Erica Kubic --
Guilding, gaming, and girls / Genesis Downey --
Conclusion / Radhika Gajjala.
Series Title: Digital formations, v. 74.
Other Titles: Cyberfeminism two point oh
Responsibility: edited by Radhika Gajjala, Yeon Ju Oh.
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"Cyberfeminism emerged in the 1990s focusing on the liberatory and repressive potential of 'the Net' for women. Now, more than a decade later, 'Cyberfeminism 2.0' looks afresh at the issues and Read more...

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