Presentation of the Monographic Issue. Tweeting, Posting, Blogging: Feminist features in the battle against sexist violence and for peace and equality

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Presentation of the Monographic Issue. Tweeting, Posting, Blogging: Feminist features in the battle against sexist violence and for peace and equality

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Autor Biografia

Ana M. González Ramos, Universidad Pablo Olavide

És professora contractada doctora a la Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Llicenciada en Sociologia per la Universidad de Granada l’any 1994 i doctora per la Universidad de Cádiz el 2004 (Departament d'Estadística i Investigació
Operativa). Ha dirigit el grup d'investigació GENTIC: Relacions de Gènere i les Tecnologies de la Informació i la Comunicació, grup consolidat de la Generalitat (2014-2017).

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2021-01-03
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González Ramos, A. M. (2021) “Presentation of the Monographic Issue. Tweeting, Posting, Blogging: Feminist features in the battle against sexist violence and for peace and equality”, Debats. Revista de cultura, poder i societat, 50, pp. 211-215. Available at: http://revistadebats.net/article/view/2798 (Accessed: 1March2021).
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