Date of Degree
Barbara Katz Rothman
When young women look to enhance their understanding or knowledge about sexuality and relationships they often seek out internet resources. Young women, who are looking for knowledge that challenges norms surrounding relationships and sexuality, can go to feminist blogs to discuss and discern these topics. Therefore, it is important to note what these blogs are offering the women who read them and how the blogs challenge compulsory norms in our society.
This thesis will combine a study of content pertaining to nonmonogamy on feminist blogs and a literary analysis of cyberfeminist theories. Through these findings I will determine what information is presented and neglected about nonmonogamy on feminist blogs as a resource for young women.
M., Caitlin, "The Representation of Nonmonogamy on Feminist Blogs" (2014). CUNY Academic Works.
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