Feminist refusal meets enmity

Authors

  • Rodrigo Borba Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
  • Kira Hall University of Colorado Boulder
  • Mie Hiramoto National University of Singapore

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/genl.40883

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Editorial

Abstract

Editorial.

Social media has facilitated the rise of a new transnational feminism that refuses to accept silence surrounding violence against women. Often associated with the #MeToo movement, this form of feminist refusal continues to evolve as small-scale grassroots movements are transformed into global icons through the internet’s participatory power.

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Published

2020-05-21

How to Cite

Borba, R., Hall, K., & Hiramoto, M. (2020). Feminist refusal meets enmity. Gender and Language, 14(1), 1–7. https://doi.org/10.1558/genl.40883

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