Uma abordagem situada das violências machistas on-line e formas de combatê-las

Autores

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1590/1806-9584-2021v29n374588

Palavras-chave:

violência sexista on-line, violência de gênero, violência cibernética, misoginia on-line, violência contra as mulheres

Resumo

Neste artigo, procuramos nos aproximar da violência machista online para ajudar a promover relações digitais gratuitas e seguras para todos, desde nosso contexto catalão-espanhol, com interesse internacional. Combinamos uma revisão sistemática de 33 artigos da Web of Science com uma revisão tradicional derivada do nosso trabalho com Donestech. Por tanto, incluímos publicações acadêmicas, institucionais e ativistas feministas. A maioria dos agressores ainda é de homens cis-hetero-patriarcais, e a maioria das agressões é praticada por conhecidos, e principalmente parceiros e ex-parceiros. A violência que se exerce vai de insultos até ameaças e agressões sexuais ou violência tecnológica, destinada a excluir as vozes feministas. Apesar da prevalência e gravidade da violência de gênero on-line, o compromisso e as ações para enfrentá-las são extremamente deficientes. No entanto, algumas mulheres, pessoas LGBTIQ* e feminismos ativaram uma série de estratégias de autodefesa e (auto) cuidado para combater essa violência, junto com a luta feminista on-line.

Biografia do Autor

Núria Vergés Bosch, Universitat de Barcelona

Núria VERGÉS BOSCH (nuria.verges@ub.edu) ha sido visitante de: Centro de Estudios de la Mujer y Género en Trinity College de Dublín, Universidad de Konstanz, Universidad de Buenos Aires y Universidad de Sao Paulo. Es miembra del grupo Copolis de la UB y del Instituto Interuniversitario de Estudios de Género de Catalunya. Es cofundadora del grupo Donestech, de la Asociación de Mujeres para la Investigación y la Acción y de Simref sobre metodologías feministas.

 

Adriana Gil-Juárez, Universitat Rovira i Virgili

Adriana GIL-JUAREZ (adriana.gil.juarez@uab.cat) ha sido investigadora visitante en el Centre for Gender and Women Studies, Lancaster University, UK y profesora visitante en el Departamento de Sociología, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, México. Investiga la brecha digital de género; identidades de género y TIC; y la violencia machista digital, utilizando metodología cualitativa. Coordina el grupo JovenTIC. Miembra del grupo GREDI de la UB y Coinvestigadora principal del proyecto SEGREVUNI.

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