Online abuse and misogyny: Power and resistance across digital platforms

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Online abuse and misogyny: Power and resistance across digital platforms
Chair:
Carolina
Matos
City University of London
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MPS overview - Online abuse and misogyny: Power and resistance across digital platforms
Rita Basílio
Simões
University of Coimbra, Faculty of Arts and Humanities / NOVA Institute of Communication - ICNOVA
Carolina
Matos
City University of London
Inês
Amaral
University of Coimbra, Faculty of Arts and Humanities / Centre for Studies in Communication and Society - CECS
Sofia
Santos
University of Coimbra, Faculty of Economy / Centre for Social Studies - CES
Marian
Blanco-Ruiz
Universidad Rey Ruan Carlos, Spain
475
MPS paper - Feeding the drawbacks: online harassment towards women politicians
Rita Basílio
Simões
University of Coimbra, Faculty of Arts and Humanities / NOVA Institute of Communication – ICNOVA
471
MPS paper - NGOs, advocacy communications and use of new technologies for gender equality and reproductive health
Carolina
Matos
City University of London
473
MPS paper - Mapping Femicide discourses on Twitter: activism, transnational feminism and the political use of hashtags
Inês
Amaral
University of Coimbra, Faculty of Arts and Humanities / Centre for Studies in Communication and Society - CECS
474
MPS paper - Feminist masculinities and digital collective action: Debunking misogyny through engaging men
Sofia
Santos
University of Coimbra, Faculty of Economy / Centre for Social Studies - CES
476
MPS paper - Women's normalisation of online violence: between agency and survival
Marian
Blanco-Ruiz
Universidad Rey Ruan Carlos, Spain