The Routledge Handbook of the Politics of the #MeToo Movement

Höfundar: Giti Chandra, Irma Erlingsdóttir
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The Routledge Handbook of the Politics of the #MeToo Movement

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  • Cover
  • Half Title
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • Notes on contributors
  • Acknowledgements
  • Foreword
  • Introduction: Rebellion, revolution, reformation
    • The cascading nature of revolutions
    • The survivor and her narrative
    • The power of stories
    • From celebrity women to the marginalised
    • Local versus global
    • Decolonisation and women’s resistance
    • The master’s tools? Social media and feminist resistance
    • Global reach
    • Justice: Law and due process, restorative and reformative
    • Rage and radical rudeness: The disruptive language of revolution
    • A different battle: Consent and sex
    • The future of the movement
    • Theories — contexts — perspectives
    • Notes
    • Bibliography
  • Part I Theories
    • 1 Struggle, solidarity, and social change
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 2 #MeToo as a revolutionary cascade
      • Unpredictable revolutions
        • Three factors
          • Preference falsification
          • Diverse thresholds
          • Interdependencies
          • Unpredictability
        • Complications
      • #MeToo
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 3 Global #MeToo
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 4 Subject of desire / subject of feminism: Some notes on the split subject(s) of #MeToo
      • Note 1: From maids to maidens
      • Note 2: The medium is the message
      • Note 3: Behind the screen(s): A Hollywood story
      • Note 4: “Sexuality”?
      • Note 5: Aporias of consent
      • Note 6: Towards a new theory — and practice — of (heterosexual) seduction
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 5 #MeToo as a variegated phenomenon against men’s violences and violations: Implications for men and masculinities
      • The variegated phenomenon of #MeToo
        • Cyberpolitics, online/offline
        • Celebrities and the significance of workplaces
        • The relations of individuals and collectivities
        • Memory, forgetting, and surprise
        • Shifts across sexual harassment, sexual violence, violences
      • Implications of #MeToo for men and masculinities…
        • Absence–presence
        • Causes–positionings–responses
        • Concluding comments: Change/ing men and masculinities
        • Acknowledgements
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 6 #MeToo: beyond invulnerability: Towards a new ontological paradigm
      • The contradictions of neoliberalism
      • Vulnerability and feminist revolutions
      • Future possibilities
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 7 The anonymous feminist: Agency, trauma, personhood, and the #MeToo movement
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 8 Silencing resistance to the patriarchy
      • Sexual violence and epistemic injustice
      • #MeToo as epistemic resistance
      • Out for revenge?
      • The case of the paintings in the Central Bank, Iceland
      • #MeToo vs benevolent sexism
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 9 #MeToo, African feminisms, and the scourge of stereotypes
      • #MeToo in Africa and the lack of traction
      • The consequences of no consequences
      • African feminism: Sugar Dem vs. Pepper Dem
      • Men as allies: #YouToo
      • African stories: As told by the West and as told by ourselves
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
  • Part II Contexts
    • 10 Narrating #MeToo: Calling our organisations to action
      • Denial, Part 1: What is happening?!
        • What is happening?
      • Denial, Part 2: Why did they wait until now to say anything?
      • Denial, Part 3: There’s no way they could have done this
      • Denial, Part 4: This just seems like a political move
      • Denial, Part 5: They wanted it, or it’s their fault because of what they wore/where they were/what they drank
      • Denial, Part 6: What boy hasn’t done this in high school?
      • Refusing their denials
      • Where do anthropology and other “humanising” disciplines go from here?
      • Post script
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 11 On tambourines, hashtags, and rerooting / rerouting survivor voice in Caribbean feminist movement building
      • The context
      • #LifeInLeggings
      • #SayTheirNames and the #Tambourine Army
      • Witnessing self: A survivor’s perspective
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 12 Moving from theory to praxis: Sexual violence and the #MeToo movement
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 13 Wieners, whiners, Weinsteins, and worse
      • Note
      • Bibliography
    • 14 Of moguls, monsters, and men
      • Continuum thinking
      • Moguls
      • Monsters
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 15 Many new solutions to workplace sexual harassment in a post #MeToo era, but will they do the trick?
      • Bring in the lawyers
      • How did we get here?
      • Maybe this hasn’t worked. OK, it definitely hasn’t worked
      • Cascading scandals and the legislative response
        • Non-disclosure agreements
        • State legislative protests against mandatory arbitration
        • Strengthening litigation options for victims of workplace sexual harassment
        • States seek to legislate an improved workplace culture through training
      • Changes being driven outside of legislatures
      • Bridging the gap between a compliance mindset and building an inclusive culture
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 16 Being a disabled feminist killjoy in a feminist movement
      • The ableist nature of oppression
      • Disability and gender on the intersections
      • Being a feminist killjoy in the #MeToo movement
      • The solidarity of intersectional feminism
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 17 Black women, #MeToo and resisting plantation feminism
      • Libation
      • Me Too Is…?
      • Reflections on a #MeToo / #Time’sUp moment … and now
      • How we get over
      • Black roots … White blooms
      • Which MeToo?
      • The Black body as “other”
      • Race matters. Yes … MeToo
      • Plantation feminism, memory recall, and truth telling
      • Space, time … and safety in our numbers
      • There is no ME in erasure
      • Black intersectional alchemy
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
  • Part III Global perspectives
    • 18 #MeToo: Anger, denouncement, and hope
      • A global story of connection and ambition
        • An international movement
        • The Twitter data
        • Sexual harassment and sexual violence: Not distinct
      • Power and privilege
        • Inequality of voice, commonality of experience
        • Speaking is dangerous
        • Rape culture
      • Normative standards
      • Conclusion: Remaining actions and new strengths
        • What has MeToo changed?
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 19 #MeToo in France, a feminist revolution?: A sociohistorical approach
      • From consciousness raising to outrage about gender violence: The role of feminists (1970–2017)
      • “French identity” tested by the #MeToo event
      • “Let’s get up and break away”
      • Notes
      • Primary sources and bibliography
    • 20 Polish #MeToo: When concern for men’s rights derails the women’s revolution
      • #MeToo — the legal and political context in Poland
      • Polish #MeToo: Two stages
      • Unfinished revolution?
      • Conclusions: The impact of #MeToo
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 21 #?????????????? (#IAmNotAfraidToSpeak), #MeToo, and the Russian media: Public discourse around violence against women in Russia
      • #??????????????? and Russian debates on violence against women and women’s rights
      • New digital platforms for women’s activism
      • Russian media reactions to the #??????????????? campaign in 2016
      • The formation of new public discourse: #MeToo and Russia
      • Conclusion
      • Appendix
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 22 #MeToo in post-socialist countries: A comparative analysis of Romanian and Chinese feminist activism against sexual violence
      • Romanian feminist activism: Inspiring collective action to fight violence against women
        • Public protest, performative feminism, victims and conquerors: Fighting violence in the traditional patriarchal family
        • Empowering Roma women from the bottom up: Intersectional Roma feminism, fighting anti-Roma stereotypes, and community activism
        • #MeToo: Overcoming tradition through innovative campaigns of solidarity to combat sexual harassment and violence against women
        • #MeToo in China: Chinese feminist activists’ resistance to government censorship
        • #MeToo on China’s university campuses: Student grassroots activism and Chinese feminist activism against sexual harassment
        • #MeToo in China expands: Female workers, journalists, athletes, and nuns speak out about sexual harassment
      • Post-socialist climate for feminist activism: Divergent obstacles, mixed results
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 23 In the name of #RiceBunny: Legacy, strategy, and efficacy of the Chinese #MeToo movement
      • Anti-sexual harassment movement and social media in China
      • The three stages of the #RiceBunny movement in China
      • Before #RiceBunny: Judicial dilemmas and feminist legacy
      • #MeToo as connective action
      • “#MeToo in ZSYU”: Localised, community-based, and decentralised action
      • #RiceBunny and feminism: An alliance?
      • Conclusion: The achievement of #RiceBunny
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 24 The #MeToo movement in Japan: Tentative steps towards transformation
      • Historical background and social context
      • Positive impact of the Me Too movement
      • Continuing pressures to remain silent
      • Ito Shiori’s story
      • Final reflections
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 25 #ANAKAMAN — MeToo in the Arab world: A journalist’s account
      • Reporting on the sexual harassment of women: A personal note
      • Feminism in the Arab world: Historical and contemporary perspectives
      • Religious roots and feminist diversity in the Arab world
      • #MeToo in the Arab world: # ????_??? – #AnaKaman
      • The devastating power of stories
      • On the cusp of change
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 26 #MeToo, the law, and anti-sexual violence activism in Kenya
      • The global #MeToo movement
      • The #MeToo movement in Africa
      • #MeToo and the recent history of women’s anti-sexual violence activism in Kenya
      • Litigating sexual harassment in the #MeToo era
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 27 Critical reflections on #MeToo in contemporary South Africa through an African feminist lens
      • Local contexts of activism against sexual violence and #MeToo
      • Reflecting on the political and scholarly uptake of #MeToo in South Africa
      • Critical concluding thoughts on #MeToo in South African contexts
      • Acknowledgements
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 28 #MeToo Argentina: A protest movement in progress
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 29 Mexico and Latin America: From #MeToo to #NiUnaMenos
      • Background: Progress for autonomy within the framework of the patriarchal model
      • The #MeToo movement in Latin America
        • The #MeToo campaigns in Latin America
      • #MeToo arrives in Mexico
      • Debates around the tactics and strategies of #MeToo
      • Counter reactions to #MeToo: Threats and increased gender-based violence
      • The resistance: Massive demonstrations and legislative advances
      • Final reflections
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 30 #Akademiuppropet: Social media as a tool for shaping a counter-public space in Swedish academia
      • Organisational context of #akademiuppropet
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
    • 31 Fighting structural inequalities: Feminist activism and the #MeToo movement in Iceland
      • The forerunners of #MeToo
      • The #MeToo moment in Iceland
      • Conclusion
      • Notes
      • Bibliography
  • Index

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