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I'm a feminist, but not online : the complications of declaring a feminist digital identity
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Debates continue to unfold regarding the use of the term "feminist." While some proudly adopt this term as part of their identity, others reject it completely, even if they believe in gender equality. This thesis explores the nuances of this phenomenon as it plays out in digital space, considering influences such as neoliberalism, intersectionality, and feminist stereotypes in media on an individual's choice to identity as a feminist, but perhaps more importantly, how such an identity proclamation affects gender equality activism.
Mitrotz, Amelia, "I'm a feminist, but not online : the complications of declaring a feminist digital identity" (2016). Honors Theses. 954.
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