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Digital passages: Moroccan-Dutch youths performing diaspora, gender and youth cultural identities across digital space

Digital passages: Moroccan-Dutch youths performing diaspora, gender and youth cultural identities across digital space

Digital Passages considers how the relations between gender, diaspora and youth culture are digitally articulated by Moroccan-Dutch youths between the age of 12 and 18 years old. Combining new media, gender and postcolonial theory, a transdisciplinary analysis is carried out of a young ethnic-minority population whose contribution to digital culture was undertheorized. In particular author explored how Moroccan-Dutch youths appropriate digital spaces in order to convey their belongings across multiple axes of identification such as gender, sexuality, diaspora, religion and youth-culture. 

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355 p.
978-94-6191-339-5
eng
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