¿Impulsó el #METOO el movimiento feminista en China? Un estudio de caso sobre el acoso sexual. Impacto de las relaciones de poder y la moralidad

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Yuying Deng
Rui Chen


La campaña #METOO despertó la atención mundial sobre el problema del acoso sexual en 2017. Poco después, los casos de acoso sexual también se sucedieron en las universidades chinas. Este estudio utiliza la teoría del framing y el análisis de contenido, con el objeto de analizar los informes de casos típicos tras el surgimiento del movimiento #METOO. En primer lugar, el estudio mostró que los medios de comunicación chinos informaron principalmente con el marco social y el marco individual, y rara vez utilizaron marcos de discriminación de género. En segundo lugar, aunque los medios de comunicación chinos promovieron activamente el progreso y la solución de los casos de acoso sexual, principalmente resolvieron el problema desde la perspectiva de las relaciones de poder y sin profundizar en el problema del sexismo. Sin embargo, el modo en que se informa desde la perspectiva de las relaciones de poder puede influir aún más en la imagen de los profesores en China e incluso dar lugar a estereotipos negativos.


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Deng, Y., & Chen, R. (2023). ¿Impulsó el #METOO el movimiento feminista en China? Un estudio de caso sobre el acoso sexual. Impacto de las relaciones de poder y la moralidad. methaodos.Revista De Ciencias Sociales, 11(1), m231101a03. https://doi.org/10.17502/mrcs.v11i1.619


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