Networked Feminism: How Digital Media Makers Transformed Gender Justice Movements
- Rosemary Clark-Parsons
- xi + 202 pp., bibl., index
- Publication date
- Oakland: University of California Press
- Publication notes
- Revised dissertation, University of Pennsylvania
- Examines do-it-ourselves feminism, how activists use media to build grassroots movements, and the ways media practices shape actions for social justice. Based on fieldwork with the Philadelphia groups Girl Army, March to End Rape Culture, and Permanent Wave Philly.
- Main subject
- Feminism and Women's Rights
Media and Popular Culture
Science, Environment, Mathematics, and Technology
- 9780520383838 (cloth); 9780520383845 (pap.); 9780520383852 (ebook)
- Clark-Parsons, Rosemary. Networked Feminism: How Digital Media Makers Transformed Gender Justice Movements. Oakland: University of California Press, 2022. Sylvia. Accessed August 13, 2022. https://sylvia.library.wisc.edu/catalog/SYL2056.