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Title: Feminizing technopolitics. Leaderless movements in Southern Europe, from 15M to Ni Una Menos
Authors: Panico, Carla 
Keywords: Social movements; Technopolitics; Feminization; Southern Europe
Issue Date: Sep-2018
Publisher: Centro de Estudos Sociais
Serial title, monograph or event: Cescontexto - debates
Issue: 22
Place of publication or event: Coimbra
Abstract: The purpose of this text is to analyze the interaction between tecnopolitics and “femilisation” within the Recent Global Social Movements in Southern Europe. Specifically, assuming the hypothesis that the political tool of new technologies could be considered inside the framework of the Epistemologies of the South, the perspective is to consider them also related with the feminist critical thoughts about political organization.This theoretical frame deals with the issue of social movement’s non-hierarchical form of organization, that was firstly developed, inside Europe, from the feminist movements of the XX century and that is now one of the main focus of the new technopolitical social movements. The text tries to analyze contemporary forms of organization in Southern Europe – the PAH in Spain and the platform Obiezione Respinta in Italy – as they could represent examples of “epistemology of the feminine” in tight connection between political organization and new technologies.
ISSN: 2192-908X
Rights: openAccess
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