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    Boek: "Women and the New Media"

    Nieuwe artikelen over vrouwen en media in Marokko (en in een aantal andere landen) -
    Inhoud boek (samengesteld door Fatima Sadiqi Universiteit Fes):

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    Women and the New Media in the Mediterranean Region has just been published by Imprimerie des Universités (Fez). The book contains 19 chapters (11 in English and 8 in French) and subdivides into five parts. Here is the table of contents:

    Introduction : Fatima Sadiqi (International Institute For Languages and Cultures & Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco).

    Part I: The Ambivalent Impact of the New Media on Mediterranean Women

    Chapter 1: The Arab Woman’s Rights and her Images in the Media : Promotion of Gender Away from Sexism : Héla Kochbati (Women’s Studies and Gender Researcher, Tunisia), in French.

    Chapter 2: Obstacles to and Victims in Development: the Treatment of Illiterate Women in Arab Media and Society: Melodee Baines and Natalie McGarry (Boren Fellow & Reed College, USA).

    Chapter 3: Power and Production of Knowledge: The Case of Moroccan Feminisms : Osire Glacier (Bishop University, Sherbrooke, Canada), in French.

    Chapter 4: Women and TICs in Algeria : Malika Akham (Saad Dahlab University, Algeria), in French.

    Chapter 5: On Some Linguistic Minorities in North Africa : The Use of TICs in the Expansion of Mother Tongues in the South of Mauritania: Madina Borana Touré (University of Nouakchott, Mauritania) In French

    Part II: Women, New Media, and Education

    Chapter 6 : From School to Work: Hostile Representations of Women in Computer Science: Isabelle Collet (University of Geneva, Switzerland), in French.

    Chapter 7: The Role of Video Games in Educational and Professional Choices : Christine Fontanini (Montpellier 3 University, France).

    Chapter 8: Class 2.0 in Ukraine: Gender Analysis: Olena Goroshko (National University, Kkarkiv Polytechnic Institute, Kharkiv, Ukraine).

    Third Part: Women, New media, and Activism

    Chapter 9: Using New Media to Combat Violence Against Women: Moha Ennaji (International Institute For Languages and Cultures & Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco).

    Chapter 10: Advocacy Strategies for Marginalized Women in Morocco :
    Christie Edwards (Vital Voices, Washington D.C., USA).

    Chapter 11: Iranian Women Transforming Culture, Building Movements, through the Internet: Sussan Tahmasebi (Founder, One Million Signatures to Reform the Family Law, Iran).
    Part IV: Women, Literary Production and Blogging

    Chapitre 12: Body and Byte: New Media and Live Performance: Faiza Shereen (California State University, Pomona, USA).

    Chapter 13: Autofiction on Screen: Self-Representation of Egyptian Women in Literary Blogs: Teresa Pepe (University of Oslo, Norway)

    Chapter 14: A Storm in a Teacup: How Could a TV Serial Unveil the Privacy of Ottoman Palaces? Protests, Discussions and Comments:
    Zehra Handan Salta and Zerrin Yanıkkaya (Yeditepe University, Istanbul, Turkey).
    Part V: Women, New Media, and the Arab Spring

    Chapter 15: When the Walls are Pulled Down : Arab Women’s Blogs : Chemseddoha Boraki (Abdelmalek Saadi University, Tangiers, Morocco), in French.

    Chapter 16: Egyptian Women and the New Media: Mozn Hassan (Nazra Association, Egypt).

    Chapter 17: Powering on, powering up the Arab peoples: Internet Technologies and the Arab Spring, The cases of Egypt and Tunisia :
    Marlyn Tadros (Northeastern University, Boston, USA).

    Chapter 18: The 20 February Movement and the Constitutional Reform in Morocco : A Sufficient Compromise ?” : Sara Borillo (L’Orientale University, Naples, Italy), in French.

    Chapter 19: From Keyboard to Megaphone: Facebook and Moroccan Youth Female Activists: Zahir Rahman (Wake Forest University, USA).

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    Fatima Sadiqi, een van auteurs van onderstaand boek in een recent interview in de Engelse krant The Guardian:

    "With all modesty…, I consider myself the first female linguist in the Arab world and the first to tackle the issue of women from a gender and language perspective in Morocco. The moment you gain languages you also gain access to the language of the media, the government, the mosque – and you start speaking the language of authority."

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