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Antonio A. Caballero-Gálvez
Universitat Rovira i Virgili
España
Anna Zaera
Universitat Rovira i Virgili
España
Iolanda Tortajada
España
Cilia Willem
Universitat Rovira i Virgili
España
Vol. 7 Núm. 1 (2022): Estudios feministas de comunicación. Nuevos retos y escenarios., Monográfico, páginas 62-87
DOI: https://doi.org/10.17979/arief.2022.7.1.7049
Enviado: oct 9, 2020 Aceptado: may 23, 2021 Publicado: jul 20, 2022
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Las redes sociales se han convertido en un espacio imprescindible para la visibilización y defensa del feminismo. Sin embargo, en estos entornos también conviven discursos y producciones profeministas, posfeministas y antifeministas. Si bien el feminismo se ha fortalecido a través de las redes sociales, también los ataques online contra las mujeres se han intensificado. Por otra parte, los discursos posfeministas se han consolidado actuando como distribuidoras de una producción cada vez más variada de construcciones de la feminidad que exaltan el empoderamiento de las mujeres y su sexualidad (McRobbie, 2009; Lotz 2001; Gill 2007, 2011). Las autorrepresentaciones de las feminidades instrumentalizan los logros del feminismo para promover actitudes individualistas alejadas de cualquier identidad política o lucha colectiva. Este artículo se centrará en el análisis de las interacciones entre las prácticas feministas en las redes sociales, incluyendo el ciberfeminismo y la construcción de contrapúblicos, con el objetivo de captar la complejidad e implicaciones de todas ellas.

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