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Stan: Nowy: Nowa, nieczytana, nieużywana książka w idealnym stanie, wszystkie strony, bez uszkodzeń. Aby poznać ... Dowiedz się więcejo stanie przedmiotu Author: Fatima Zahrae Chrifi Alaoui
ISBN: 9781498528474 EAN: 9781498528474
Publication Year: 2015 Type: Textbook
Format: Hardcover Language: English
Publication Name: Women of Color and Social Media Multitasking : Blogs, Timelines, Feeds, and Community Item Height: 0.7in.
Item Length: 9.3in. Publisher: Lexington Books/Fortress Academic
Item Width: 6.4in. Item Weight: 14.7 Oz
Number of Pages: 188 Pages

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Women of Color and Social Media Multitasking: Blogs, Timelines, Feeds, and Community examines how women of color make use of social media as a social, professional, personal, and political tool for navigating the world.
Product Identifiers
PublisherLexington Books/Fortress Academic
ISBN-101498528473
ISBN-139781498528474
eBay Product ID (ePID)217069176
Product Key Features
AuthorFatima Zahrae Chrifi Alaoui
Publication NameWomen of Color and Social Media Multitasking : Blogs, Timelines, Feeds, and Community
FormatHardcover
LanguageEnglish
Publication Year2015
TypeTextbook
Number of Pages188 Pages
Dimensions
Item Length9.3in.
Item Height0.7in.
Item Width6.4in.
Item Weight14.7 Oz
Additional Product Features
Lc Classification NumberHq1161.W656 2015
ReviewsWomen of Color and Social Media Multitasking is a must-read text for anyone interested in the past, present, and future impact of social media. This book compellingly examines how social media platforms are used to resist, heal, express, revolt, unite, accept, and criticize. The authors generate innovative approaches to movements such as hashtag activism for people of color, Black Twitter, cyber-activism, and anti-street harassment discourse, and use a multitude of theoretical lenses and voices. This text is engaging, informative, and regardless of your identity or field, should be read to understand the impact of social media on women of color around the world., These accessible, data-driven essays make the argument that women of color have affirmatively used social media as a way of leveraging themselves out of being 'a double-minority in society.' The first essay observes that 'women now tend to dominate Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram,' whereas Twitter and Tumblr reveal 'no significant gender differences.' From Fatima Zahrae Chrifi Alaoui's exploration of the role of Twitter in the Arab spring to essays about 'glamalectual' literary communities and bodily self-image, the essays look at how social media redress patriarchal and racist hegemonies of force. Indeed, as Minu Basnet argues, the web provides 'subaltern enclaves' to counter the derogations of street harassment. In his work Gary Lemons has contended that black men can add an extra disunion to intersectional feminism as allies; Tassie and Givens show that social media can further extend the identities of women of color without diffusing or assimilating them. The book is successful in arguing that cyberspace has amplified the maneuvering room available to women of color. The reality persists, though, that corporate interests own most major social media spaces. Even in virtual reality, privilege and oppression may remain. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Lower-division undergraduates through faculty and researchers; professionals; general readers.
Table of ContentChapter 1: Surviving and thriving: Women of Color Cultivating Virtual Social Capital,Linda Charmaraman, Bernice Huiying Chan, Temple Price, and Amanda RicherChapter 2: Hashtagging from the Margins: Women of Color Engaged in Feminist Consciousness-Raising on Twitter, Caitlin GunnChapter 3: The Arab Spring between the Streets and the Tweets: Examining the Embodied (e)Resistance through the Feminist Revolutionary Body, Fatima Zahrae Chrifi AlaouiChapter 4: Move, Get Out The Way: Black "Women-of-Words" Voyaging on the Information Superhighway, Alexa HarrisChapter 5: Virtual Homeplace: (Re)Constructing the Body through Social Media, Latoya LeeChapter 6: Epistemic Advantage and Subaltern Enclaves: Tracing Anti-Street Harassment Discourse through Social Media Usage by Women of Color, Minu BasnetChapter 7: "Follow Me on Instagram": "Best Self" Identity Construction and Gaze through Hashtag Activism and Selfie Self-Love, Kandace HarrisChapter 8: A Blog, A Bittersweet Mess, and Black and White Identity Development, Makini L. King
Copyright Date2015
Target AudienceScholarly & Professional
TopicFeminism & Feminist Theory, Communication Studies, Media Studies, Web / Social Media, Civil Rights, Référence
Lccn2015-039405
GenreComputers, Language Arts & Disciplines, Social Science, Political Science

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