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Comunicación y medios

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PEDRAZA, Claudia  y  RODRIGUEZ, César. Discussions, workshops and editatonas: feminist technopolitics and networked learning in Mexico. Comun. medios [online]. 2019, vol.28, n.40, pp.84-96. ISSN 0716-3991.

The purpose of this article is to analyze the complexity of learning networks that emerge during the process of technological appropriation promoted by feminist collectives in Mexico. The analytical approach considers the concepts of digital appropriation and networked learning from a technopolitical perspective, as a networked processes and social practices. For this reason, the body of research, namely the posters of events disseminated and occurred during more than two years, was registered as a relational database of topics and modalities finally analyzed in a hybrid construction composed by a Social Network Analysis (SNA) and a semantic networks outlook. Successfully, the major findings took shape as a rich ecosystem between reflection, appropriation and incidence with discussions, workshops and editatonas as key modalities. Additionally, a network of centralities was revealed as a configuration of uses that acknowledge women’s agency, socializations that arise from dialogic activities, and significances oriented towards active participation in social practices enabled by ICT.

Palabras clave : Technological appropriation; networked learning; technopolitics; cyberfeminism; ICT; Social Network Analysis.

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