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Right-wing populism, anti-gender, and gender-based violence.

Gender
Political Violence
Populism
Protests
P078
Sofia Strid
University of Örebro

Building: Faculty of Social Science, Floor: First Floor, Room: FDV-21

Thursday 11:00 - 12:30 (07/07/2022)


Abstract

This panel explores authoritarianism, and nationalist far-right parties’ appropriation of gender-based violence discourses to fit their racist and anti-LGBTIQ+ aims, whereby migrant and minority men as the ‘producers’ of violence towards (national) women, while simultaneously opposing existing gender equality and gender-based violence policy. It includes papers that examine the renewed (right-wing fuelled) politicization and re-framing of violence, feminist backlash and re-legitimization of gender-based violence, and the outcomes of this process in terms of reframing, alignment of actors, institutional arrangements and public policy on gender violence.

Title Details
Explaining the Dearth of Populist Female Executives: Militarized Masculinity, Misogyny, and Deification View Paper Details
Gendered Tensions in the Portrayal of Incel Violence View Paper Details
How Race Repertoires Shape the Prevention of Femonationalism: A Comparative Approach of Anti-street Harassment Policies in Britain and France View Paper Details
You will never walk alone. Solidarity, political polarisation and state violence in contemporary Poland View Paper Details