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Empowered : popular feminism and popular misogyny
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  • Empowered : popular feminism and popular misogyny
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  • Durham : Duke University Press, [2018] ©2018
  • 2018
  • Språk: Engelska.
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  • xix, 220 pages illustrations 24 cm
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  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
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  • The funhouse mirror -- Shame: love yourself and be humiliated -- Confidence: the con game -- Competence: girls who code and boys who hate them -- Conclusion: rage.
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  • Examines the deeply entwined relationship between popular feminism and popular misogyny as it plays out in advertising, online and multimedia platforms, and nonprofit and commercial campaigns. Examining feminist discourses that emphasize self-confidence, body positivity, and individual achievement alongside violent misogynist phenomena such as revenge porn, toxic geek masculinity, and men's rights movements, the author traces how popular feminism and popular misogyny are co-constituted. From Black Girls Code and the Always #LikeAGirl campaign to Gamer-Gate and the 2016 presidential election, the author shows how popular feminism is met with a misogynistic backlash of mass harassment, assault, and institutional neglect. In so doing, she contends that popular feminism's problematic commitment to visibility limits its potential and collective power.
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  • Online version: Banet-Weiser, Sarah, 1966- Empowered. Durham : Duke University Press, 2018 ISBN 9781478002918
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  • 9781478002918
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In Empowered Sarah Banet-Weiser examines the deeply entwined relationship between popular feminism and popular misogyny as it plays out in advertising, online and multimedia platforms, and nonprofit and commercial campaigns. Examining feminist discourses that emphasize self-confidence, body positivity, and individual achievement alongside violent misogynist phenomena such as revenge porn, toxic geek masculinity, and men's rights movements, Banet-Weiser traces how popular feminism and popular misogyny are co-constituted. From Black Girls Code and the Always #LikeAGirl campaign to GamerGate and the 2016 presidential election, Banet-Weiser shows how popular feminism is met with a misogynistic backlash of mass harassment, assault, and institutional neglect. In so doing, she contends that popular feminism's problematic commitment to visibility limits its potential and collective power.

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