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|Title:||Feminist Africa 18. 2013: E-spaces : E-politics|
|Abstract:||Access and use of the internet mirrors the sex/gender, class and other power dynamics offline, so do the violations. State control, censorship, surveillance, invasion of privacy, curtailment of freedom of expression and association, and violence against women are some of the issues that internet rights organizations are taking up.|
|Appears in Collections:||Feminist Studies|
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