Just Hit Send: An Analysis of Activist Themed Email Forwards
AbstractThis paper examines feminist identities and relationships to online activism. "Cyberjunk" feeds a need for activism in busy women's lives and allows a construction of identity for themselves/ourselves as feminist activists without having to put a body, or perhaps more importantly, valuable time on the line. Résumé Cet article examine les identités féministes et les relations d'activisme en ligne. "LeCyberjunk" nourrit un besoin d'activisme dans la vie de femmes occupées et permet une construction d'identité pour ellesmêmes/nous-mêmes comme activistes féministes sans avoir à y attacher un corps, ou peut-être surtout, de mettre en jeu du temps précieux.
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