Women of color and social media multitasking : blogs, timelines, feeds, and community /
Women of Color and Social Media Multitasking: Blogs, Timelines, Feeds, and Community examines how women of color make use of social media as a social, professional, personal, and political tool for navigating the world.
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Table of Contents:
- Robin means coleman
- Introduction / Keisha Edwards Tassie
- Surviving and thriving : women of color cultivating virtual social capital / Linda Charmaraman, Bernice Huiying Chan, Temple Price, and AmaNda Richer
- Hashtagging from the margins : women of color engaged in feminist consciousness-raising on Twitter / Caitlin Gunn
- The Arab spring between the streets and the tweets : examining the embodied (e)resistance through the feminist revolutionary body / Fatima Zahrae Chrifi Alaoui
- Move, get out the way : Black "women-of-words" voyaging on the information superhighway / Alexa Harris
- Virtual homeplace : (re)constructing the body through social media / Latoya Lee
- Epistemic advantage and subaltern enclaves : tracing anti-street harassment discourse through social media usage by women of color / Minu Basnet
- "Follow me on instagram" : "best self" identity construction and gaze through hashtag activism and selfie self-love / Kandace Harris
- A blog, a bittersweet mess, and black and white identity development / Makini L. King
- Epilogue / Sonja M. Brown Givens
- About the contributors.