Men talking, writing and imaging violence/violation offline/online: (Dis)continuities Offline and Online

Jeff Hearn, Matthew Hall, Ruth Lewis

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Sammanfattning

How to represent violence—that is, talk about, write about, and image violence—without reproducing violence/violation is a challenge. Violence can be presented, re-presented, and represented in many ways, and through diverse narratives. In this article we analyze the narratives of those using violence, either when subsequently talking about the violence or in doing violation itself. Thus, we write on violence and violation, and we explore how men’s violence and violation are talked of, written, and imaged by men, even while they may well not be aware that they are enacting violence/violation. We attend to some of the continuities and discontinuities in men’s narratives between those talking about their use of immediate, direct physical violence/violation, especially against women, and those doing various forms of digital violence/violation through writing violence/violation. In the latter case, two examples are foregrounded: first, what is popularly known as “revenge pornography,” that is, nonconsensual sharing and distribution of sexual images and texts; and second, “upskirting,” that is, nonconsensual taking of photographs and videos of (usually) women’s bodies and clothing. We draw on or analyze these practices through understandings of men, masculinities, and variable masculinist narratives. The final part of the article compares the three examples and considers their implications, the overlaps and blurrings between offline physical violence and digital violence/violation, and future challenges.
OriginalspråkEngelska
Referentgranskad vetenskaplig tidskriftStoryworlds: A Journal of Narrative Studies
Volym13
Nummer1
Sidor (från-till)23-48
Antal sidor26
ISSN1946-2204
DOI
StatusPublicerad - 10.2023
MoE-publikationstypA1 Originalartikel i en vetenskaplig tidskrift

Nyckelord

  • 514,1 Sociologi

Styrkeområden och områden med hög potential (AoS och AoHP)

  • AoS: Ansvarsfull organisering

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