Résistances des mouvements féministes en Turquie face à la violence extrême de guerre (des années 1980 à aujourd’hui)

TitleRésistances des mouvements féministes en Turquie face à la violence extrême de guerre (des années 1980 à aujourd’hui)
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsSelek, Pinar
JournalConfluences Méditerranée
Volume103
Issue4
Pagination89-99
Abstract

Examining the history of the feminist movement in Turkey provides many opportunities to understand that protest is not determined solely by the political context. How do protest movements, despite repression, co-construct contexts to resist? In 1980, a new cycle of protest was born and led to several innovations in the construction of the repertoire of militant space in Turkey and in the modalities of organization and action. The feminist movement has been instrumental in this process by addressing different aspects of male domination. [translated from author]

URLhttps://www.cairn.info/revue-confluences-mediterranee-2017-4-page-89.htm
Translated TitleResistances and Feminist Movements in Turkey in the Face of Extreme War-time Violence (from the 1980s to the Present Day)
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