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Techno-Womanism: A Moral Imperative for Social Justice, Faith, and the Digital Space

Goddard, Shamika LaShawn

Considering two major social justice issues in 2014, one dealing with police brutality and the other dealing with online gendered harassment, the need to have a faith based response to digitized shortcomings of humanity became blatant. Inspired by a womanist ethic, techno-womanism is nascently explored through the lens of the #Gamergate and #BlackLivesMatter hashtags among others.

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Academic Units
Union Theological Seminary
Thesis Advisors
Azaransky, Sarah
Venkatesh, Sudhir A.
Degree
M.Div., Union Theological Seminary
Published Here
April 15, 2015
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