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#DERC30: with Signe Uldbjerg

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  • Natalie Hendry, RMIT University (RMIT AU) Australia, Australien
  • Signe Uldbjerg (Udøver)
Signe will be talking about ethics as a researcher and activist. She is a PhD student at Aarhus University, in the School of Communication and Culture. Signe works with digital sexuality and with writing as a creative and practice-based research method. Her main interests are on the ethics of creative and participatory research, and on mediated affective practices surrounding digital sexuality, digital assault and youth culture. These academic interests are rooted in a practice background in feminist activism. Her most recent paper, “Defying Shame: Shame-relations in digital sexual assault” explores shame in the context of social media affordances, drawing on her research using creative writing workshop methods. #dercresearch #dercfam #ethnographymatters
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelsesår3 sep. 2020
Medier for resultatvideo
StatusUdgivet - 3 sep. 2020

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