rss_2.0Conjunctions FeedSciendo RSS Feed for Conjunctionshttps://sciendo.com/journal/TJCPhttps://www.sciendo.comConjunctions 's Coverhttps://sciendo-parsed-data-feed.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/606af9a73999800867736e25/cover-image.jpg?X-Amz-Algorithm=AWS4-HMAC-SHA256&X-Amz-Date=20220927T195424Z&X-Amz-SignedHeaders=host&X-Amz-Expires=604799&X-Amz-Credential=AKIA6AP2G7AKP25APDM2%2F20220927%2Feu-central-1%2Fs3%2Faws4_request&X-Amz-Signature=54d40117485a57a22ed71cf9519e70ec63ff53362e4a4426d9267d33fe86acd4200300Threads of participation: Crafting female agency in a collaborative art project in Denmarkhttps://sciendo.com/article/10.2478/tjcp-2022-0003<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>In 2020, Trapholt (a Danish museum of modern art, craft and design) and textile designer Iben Høj launched a grand collaborative art project involving almost 800 embroiderers. The project, named Stitches Beyond Borders, was part of the centenary celebratrions of Denmark’s reunification with Southern Jutland, and participants were asked to embroider their personal vision of borders. By using a mixed method approach we firstly analyse how Stitches Beyond Borders, as a collaborative art project, created a strong sense of community and cultivated creative agency. Secondly, we focus on the discursive nature of the female public created by the art project. Taking into account the rich and complex history of embroidery as an underestimated female activity tied to repressive power mechanisms, we discuss whether the project ends up merely (re)creating an innocuous female public by favouring a personal take on the border theme.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2022-07-04T00:00:00.000+00:00Showing progress. Defining self-tracking as an aesthetic audio-visual genrehttps://sciendo.com/article/10.2478/tjcp-2022-0004<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>This article analyses videos of men talking about and documenting their lack and growth of hair via Finasteride and Minoxidil. We explore these male self-representational videos on YouTube as a specific form of self-tracking enabled by the camera within a specific platformed environment. We argue that the camera is not solely a tool, but rather an aesthetic practice with performative effects. In other words, self-tracking must be understood as always already entangled in and inseparable from mediating and aesthetic processes. The article then outlines the main characteristics of self-tracking videos as a self-representational audio-visual genre, defining them as momental videos and longitudinal videos. It is our claim that these defining characteristics constitute the central aesthetic principles of Finasteride and Minoxidil self-tracking videos, but that they are also applicable to other forms of videos preoccupied with representing and tracking transformation.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2022-07-04T00:00:00.000+00:00Introduction: Death, dying and participatory media + open sectionhttps://sciendo.com/article/10.2478/tjcp-2022-0006ARTICLE2022-07-04T00:00:00.000+00:00Affective positioning in hyper-mourning: sharers as tellers, co-tellers and witnesseshttps://sciendo.com/article/10.2478/tjcp-2022-0005<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>In an age of social and digital media, users’ engagements with (social) media related to death, dying and mourning vary widely across different social and cultural contexts and changing platforms. Based on the discussion of selected examples, I illustrate how users’ social media engagements related to death, dying and mourning vary, depending on the narrative positions that sharers take up as <italic>tellers</italic>, <italic>co-tellers</italic> or <italic>witnesses</italic> to shared stories. As I will argue, the potential and limits of such engagements can be better understood in the context of three over-arching, dynamic modes of practices of hyper-mourning, namely <italic>entrepreneurial, connective</italic> and <italic>activist</italic>. These are associated with distinct types of <italic>affective positions</italic> for sharers, audiences and displays of affect, forming the basis for projecting participants’ identity and affective claims. The article shows how the way we die and mourn is extended as much as limited by social and digital media story affordances and norms.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2022-07-04T00:00:00.000+00:00A Sort of Permanence: Digital Remains and Posthuman Encounters with Deathhttps://sciendo.com/article/10.2478/tjcp-2022-0001<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>Digital remains, in the shape of devices and traces of digital content and interaction stored on the devices them selves and online, left behind by the deceased have come to play important parts in the lives of those who live on. With a posthumanist perspective we explore how user-driven engagement with digital remains are changing and diversifying existing practices related to loss and grieving. The digital remains can be seen to contain the “essence” of the deceased person embodied within the digital device. Based on interviews and observations gathered from the contexts of Israel, the UK and Sweden, we investigate the role of digital remains in bereavement and what implications the eventual obsolescence of these remains might have for continuing bonds. In doing so we seek to increase our understanding of the (post)human encounter with death and the human capabilities of digital remains.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2022-07-04T00:00:00.000+00:00From the Ground Up: Tactical Mobilization of Grief in the Case of the Afzaal-Salman Family Killingshttps://sciendo.com/article/10.2478/tjcp-2022-0002<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>This paper focuses on the murders of the Afzaal-Salman family in London, Ontario (Canada) in June, 2021. Immediately after the murders were reported, several hashtags on different social media emerged, focusing attention on the victims and commenting on the Islamophobia that resulted in their deaths. Through a critical discourse analysis of one of these hashtags, #OurLondonFamily that was used on Twitter and Instagram, this paper examines how grief becomes a conveyor of subjugated histories and experiences of Islamophobia, and a conduit through which the politics of identity surface. The paper argues that social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram allow for affective expressions of grief, demonstrating a networked sociality and articulating politics of opposition from the ground up. The affective publics that are engendered include activists and NGOs, whose social worthiness, high number of followers, coordinated and committed attention provides traction that allows for collective grieving that can be politically mobilized. As tactical trajectories, social media posts rupture the spectacle of a harmonious multicultural Canada.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2022-07-04T00:00:00.000+00:00More Inclusion Through Participation?https://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v8i1.118430<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>DUE TO THEIR HIGH USER NUMBER, SOCIAL NETWORK SITES CAN BE REGARDED AS A PUBLIC SPHERE AND SHOULD BE ACCESSIBLE TO ALL DEMOCRATIC CITIZENS. NEVERTHELESS, THERE ARE SOME UNDERREPRESENTED SOCIAL GROUPS SUCH AS PEOPLE WITH MILD INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES. THIS QUALITATIVE STUDY INVESTIGATES HOW YOUNG PEOPLE WITH MILD INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES IN GERMANY ACCESS, INTERACT AND PARTICIPATE ON SOCIAL NETWORK SITES. THEREFORE, WE CONDUCTED 8 QUALITATIVE INTERVIEWS WITH YOUNG PEOPLE WITH MILD INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES (AND THEIR CAREGIVERS, N=7) AND ANALYZED THE TRANSCRIBED INTERVIEWS WITH AN INDUCTIVE QUALITATIVE CONTENT ANALYSIS TECHNIQUE. OUR PARTICIPANTS DESCRIBED VARIOUS WAYS OF ACCESSING, INTERACTING AND PARTICIPATING ONLINE (E.G., SHARING THEIR OWN CONTENT). FURTHERMORE, OUR PARTICIPANTS GATHERED BOTH POSITIVE (E.G., GAINING NEW FRIENDS) AND NEGATIVE (E.G., HATE SPEECH) EXPERIENCES THERE. MOREOVER, OUR RESULTS GIVE INFORMATION ABOUT ASPECTS OF SOCIAL NETWORK SITES THAT SHOULD BE ALTERED SO THAT A POSITIVE SOCIAL CHANGE BASED ON THE INCLUSION PRINCIPLE CAN TAKE PLACE.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00From Stakeholders to Joint Knowledge Production Partnershttps://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v8i1.121109<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>ACADEMIC RESEARCH INVOLVING SOCIETAL PARTNERS OFTEN APPROACHES THE LATTER AS LESS KNOWLEDGEABLE, NOT POSSESSING THE SKILLS AND AUTHORITY THAT THE ACADEMIC FIELD HAS IN PRODUCING LEGITIMATE KNOWLEDGE. STILL, SEVERAL (ACADEMIC) TRADITIONS HAVE ENGAGED IN PRACTICES THAT DESTABILISE THE NOTION OF THE ACADEMIA AS THE EXCLUSIVE FIELD OF KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION, ALBEIT NOT WITHOUT INCONSISTENCIES BETWEEN THEORY AND PRACTICE. BUILDING ON THIS TRADITION, THIS ARTICLE ADDRESSES THE NEED TO INVOLVE SOCIETAL PARTNERS IN THE START-UP PHASES OF PROJECTS THAT AIM FOR PARTICIPATORY KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION. USING (AUTHO)ETHNOGRAPHY THIS ARTICLE REFLECTS ON THE START-UP PHASE OF A RESEARCH PROJECT ON ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNICATION, WHICH INVOLVES A WIDE RANGE OF SOCIETAL ACTORS. IT CRITICALLY EVALUATES THE PARTICIPATORY INTENSITIES OF THE START-UP PHASE PROCESS WHICH INVOLVED A SERIES OF COLLABORATIVE DECISIONS ON HOW TO STRUCTURE PARTICIPATION, AND REPORTS ON THE OUTCOMES OF THIS PROCESS, NAMELY A SET OF GUIDING PRINCIPLES AND A TOOLKIT AIMING TO FOSTER AND ENABLE PARTICIPATION.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00#Detkuhaværetmighttps://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v8i1.123040<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS IN DENMARK USED THE HASHTAG #DETKUHAVÆRETMIG [“IT COULD HAVE BEEN ME”] TO EXPRESS PROFESSIONAL SOLIDARITY WITH A JUNIOR DOCTOR WHO WAS INITIALLY DECLARED NEGLIGENT AFTER ORAL INSTRUCTIONS WERE NOT WRITTEN DOWN AND FOLLOWED UP. THIS ARTICLE EXPLORES HOW THE FUNCTIONALITIES OF TWITTER FACILITATED THE EXPRESSION AND PROPAGATION OF SOLIDARITY WITH A FELLOW MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL. OUR DATA CONSIST OF ALL #DETKUHAVÆRETMIG TWEETS FROM AUGUST 2017–MAY 2019. DEVISING A MIXED METHODS APPROACH TO ANALYSE PROFESSIONAL SOLIDARITY IN TWEETS, WE EXPLORE, AMONGST OTHER THINGS, WHO THE TWEETERS WERE, WHEN THE HASHTAG WAS MOST FREQUENTLY USED, AND THE CONTENT OF TWEETED STATEMENTS. SOLIDARITY WAS EXPRESSED THROUGH THE HASHTAG ITSELF, TWEETED STATEMENTS AND PHOTOS. THE HASHTAG’S PROPAGATION POTENTIAL WAS PROMOTED BY MENTIONING POLITICIANS AND NEWS MEDIA AND INCLUDING CO-HASHTAGS THAT LINKED TO RELATED CONCERNS. TWITTER, THROUGH THE HASHTAG #DETKUHAVÆRETMIG, BECAME A VEHICLE FOR EXPRESSING AND PROPAGATING PROFESSIONAL SOLIDARITY.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00Editorialhttps://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v8i1.123036<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>THIS SPECIAL ISSUE, ENTITLED “HEALTH, MEDIA AND PARTICIPATION”, CONSISTS OF SEVEN ARTICLES THAT EXPLORE SOME OF THE DIFFERENT WAYS THAT MEDIA PARTICIPATION AND HEALTH PARTICIPATION INTERTWINE IN CONTEMPORARY MEDIA CULTURE. IN THESE SEVEN ARTICLES, PARTICIPATION IN HEALTH AND MEDIA IS ADDRESSED IN THE ANALYSIS OF A VARIETY OF PRACTICES: PATIENTS THAT USE MEDIA TO BECOME PARTICIPANTS IN CO-DECISION AND SELF-CARE PROCESSES, PATIENTS AND CITIZENS BEING MORE OR LESS ABLE TO USE MEDIA TO ENGAGE IN (PATIENT) COMMUNITIES, PATIENTS COMMUNICATING WITH (AND AFFECTING) INSTITUTIONS AND AUTHORITIES IN NEW MEDIATED WAYS, HEALTH PROFESSIONALS USING SOCIAL MEDIA TO CREATE PUBLIC AWARENESS ABOUT POLITICALLY URGENT ISSUES AND HEALTH PROFESSIONALS CO-DESIGNING DIGITAL LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES. ALL THE CONTRIBUTIONS ARE IN THIS WAY UNITED BY TAKING AN INTEREST IN THE DEMOCRATIC POTENTIALS AND DILEMMAS OF PARTICIPATING IN HEALTH THROUGH MEDIA PARTICIPATION. THE ISSUE ALSO INCLUDES ONE OPEN SECTION ARTICLE. THE SPECIAL ISSUE IS EDITED BY MAJA KLAUSEN, ANETTE GRØNNING AND CARSTEN STAGE.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00My Throat “”https://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v8i1.123038<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>THIS ARTICLE INVESTIGATES THE MULTIPLE WAYS IN WHICH BODIES PRESENT THEMSELVES IN EMAIL CONSULTATIONS (ECONS) BETWEEN PATIENTS AND GENERAL PRACTITIONERS (GPs). THE DATA STEM FROM A LARGER QUALITATIVE RESEARCH PROJECT ON DIGITAL CONSULTATION IN DENMARK, FOCUSING ON THE 65+ AGE GROUP. OUR ANALYSIS DEPARTS FROM A SOCIOTECHNICAL PERSPECTIVE BY CONSIDERING THE INTRODUCTION OF THE TECHNOLOGY IN QUESTION – THE ECON BETWEEN THE PATIENT AND GP – AS CREATING NEW CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARTICIPATION IN AND THE EXCHANGE OF COMMUNICATION WITHIN THIS RELATIONSHIP. OUR ANALYSIS LEADS TO A SIX-CATEGORY TYPOLOGY OF BODIES IN AFFECTIVE DISCOURSE IN ECONS: SENSATIONS, EMOTIONS, COUNTINGS, MEDICATION, VISUALS AND MOVEMENTS. THE ANALYSIS BRINGS TOGETHER A THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE, THE MUTUAL SHAPINGS OF THE SOCIAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL, WITH AN AFFECTIVE PRACTICE-BASED APPROACH. THE ECON PRODUCES WHAT WE CALL AN “UNRULY DATA VITALITY”, AS THE DATA ARE ACCESSED AND RECOMBINED IN THE LARGER DIGITAL ECOSYSTEM OF THE DANISH PRIMARY CARE SECTOR.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00Digitalization of Healthcare Practicehttps://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v8i1.123041<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>THE HEALTHCARE SECTOR HAS ENTERED AN ECOLOGICAL EVOLUTION, A SYSTEMIC CHANGE CAUSED BY THE INTRODUCTION OF NEW TECHNOLOGY AND FINANCIAL CUTS, WHICH IS DEEPLY TRANSFORMING EXISTING PRACTICES IN RELATION TO SKILLS AND VALUES (NARDI &amp; O’DAY, 1999). CONDUCTING A PARTICIPATORY DESIGN PROCESS, AIMED AT THE DEVELOPMENT OF A DIGITAL SIMULATION FOR THE EDUCATION OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, WE FOUND THAT THE ONGOING DIGITALIZATION IS CHANGING EDUCATIONAL AND WORKING PRACTICES, CHALLENGING THE PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY OF THERAPISTS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS, BUT ALSO INTRODUCING NEW PROFESSIONAL OPPORTUNITIES.</p> <p>WE USE A PRAGMATIC CONSTRUCTIVIST PERSPECTIVE ON LANGUAGE GAMES DEFINED AS A COLLABORATIVE CONSTRUCTION OF OUR WORLD THROUGH ACTION AND COMMUNICATION THAT FULFIL OUR PURPOSES IN HUMAN PRACTICE. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY EMERGES AS A PROFESSION IN FLUX AS THERAPISTS MUST MOVE FROM THEIR TRADITIONAL ROLE AS HEALERS TO RETHINK THEMSELVES AS FREELANCERS OR EMPLOYED IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR. WE IDENTIFIED FOUR DIFFERENT LANGUAGE GAMES, WHICH ARTICULATE HOW THERAPISTS MUST RETHINK THEIR PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY AND PURPOSEFUL PRACTICE IN RELATION TO EMERGING WORKING CONTEXTS AND RELATIONSHIP TO THE PATIENTS.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00Communication as Ongoing Carehttps://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v8i1.123037<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>THIS ARTICLE INVESTIGATES HOW THE PATIENT PORTAL MYCHART IS CURRENTLY EMBEDDED IN THE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE COLLABORATIVE CARE FOR PEOPLE IN REHABILITATION OR LIVING WITH CHRONIC DISEASE. WE AIM TO SENSITIZE DISCUSSIONS ABOUT LOGICS OF CARE (MOL, 2008), CARE INFRASTRUCTURES (DANHOLT &amp; LANGSTRUP, 2012) AND THE PUSH FOR SELF-CARE TO THE ROLE OF INFORMATION, MEDIATED COMMUNICATION AND PARTICIPATION IN ACHIEVING GOOD CARE. WE BASE OUR ARGUMENT ON FINDINGS FROM FIELDWORK AMONG PATIENTS AND CLINICIANS AT TWO HOSPITAL UNITS FOR GASTROENTEROLOGY AND CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES IN COPENHAGEN AROUND THE IMPLEMENTATION AND USE OF MYCHART FOR INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION AND PARTICIPATION IN SELF-CARE. OUR FIELDWORK INDICATES THAT PATIENTS HAVE CLEAR – BUT VERY DIFFERENT – PREFERENCES FOR ACCESSING AND ENGAGING WITH INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION THROUGH MYCHART. WE LINK THESE MODES TO EXPERIENCES OF AUTHORITY, ROLE-EXPECTATIONS AND THE PROSPECT FOR JOINT DECISION-MAKING IN HEALTHCARE. WE SUGGEST THAT THE INTRODUCTION OF MORE COMMUNICATIVE FLEXIBILITY FOR SOME PATIENTS SPEAKS TO AN IMPORTANT ELEMENT IN CONTEMPORARY CARE INFRASTRUCTURES, REGARDING MEDIA CHOICE. THIS CHOICE, WHILE SEEMINGLY TRIVIAL, GRANTS THE PATIENT COMMUNICATION AGENCY AT A POINT WHERE THE PATIENT CAN ACTUALLY MASTER THE ROLE OF ACTIVE PARTNER IN CARE. WE FURTHER SUGGEST THAT ATTENDING TO OFTEN OVERLOOKED RITUAL ASPECTS OF COMMUNICATION MAY HELP QUALIFY ANALYSES OF CARE IN PURSUIT OF A GOOD LIFE.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00Participatory Research Methods for Investigating Digital Health Literacyhttps://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v8i1.117800<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES AND PRE/PERI-NATAL APPS ARE TRANSFORMING MATERNITY CARE AS WOMEN USE COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGIES TO OBTAIN INFORMATION AND SUPPORT. WOMEN FROM CULTURALLY AND LINGUISTICALLY DIVERSE (CALD) BACKGROUNDS EXPERIENCE INFORMATION AND SUPPORT GAPS, HOWEVER, RESEARCH ON NEW HEALTH COMMUNICATIONS HAS RARELY ENGAGED WITH THIS GROUP, RAISING CONCERNS ABOUT THE APPLICABILITY OF THESE TECHNOLOGIES WITH HIGHLY DIVERSE COMMUNITIES. THE GOAL OF THIS PILOT STUDY LOCATED IN IN NORTH RICHMOND, A CULTURALLY DIVERSE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF MELBOURNE, WAS TO TEST THE VALUE OF “DESIGN PROBES” IN ENGAGING WOMEN FROM CALD BACKGROUNDS IN DISCUSSIONS ABOUT HEALTH TRACKING AND WEARABLE HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES IN THE CONTEXT OF PREGNANCY AND PARENTING. THIS STUDY FOUND THAT DESIGN PROBES WERE EFFECTIVE IN ENABLING PARTICIPANTS TO PARTICIPATE IN EXTENDED DISCUSSIONS ON THE IMPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGIES. PARTICIPANTS WERE AWARE OF THE WAYS THAT HEALTH INFORMATION SERVED THE NEEDS OF MULTIPLE ENTITIES, AND SOUGHT MORE CONTROL OVER WHERE AND WITH WHOM THEIR DATA WAS SHARED WITH.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00Complexity and Simplicity in Doctor–Patient Email Consultationshttps://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v8i1.123039<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>NEW TECHNOLOGIES HAVE FACILITATED DOCTOR–PATIENT EMAIL CONSULTATIONS (E-CONSULTATIONS). GUIDELINES FOR E-CONSULTATION USE IN DENMARK STATE THAT THEY SHOULD BE USED FOR SIMPLE, CONCRETE AND NON-URGENT QUERIES; HOWEVER, A SMALL-SCALE DANISH STUDY SUGGESTED THAT DOCTORS ENCOUNTER E-CONSULTATIONS THAT DO NOT MATCH THE GUIDELINES. THE PURPOSE OF THIS ARTICLE IS TO EXPLORE WHETHER E-CONSULTATIONS IN DENMARK REFLECT RECOMMENDATIONS THAT THEY SHOULD BE SIMPLE, SHORT, CONCRETE AND WELL DEFINED, AND IF NOT, WHAT FORMS OF COMPLEXITY ARE EVIDENT. WE INDUCTIVELY ANALYSED 1,671 E-CONSULTATIONS FROM 38 PATIENTS AGED 21–91 YEARS COMMUNICATING WITH 28 DOCTORS, 6 NURSES, 1 MEDICAL STUDENT AND 8 SECRETARIES. RESULTS SHOWED BOTH QUANTITATIVE COMPLEXITY IN TERMS OF NUMBER OF INTERACTION TURNS, COMMUNICATIVE PARTICIPANTS, AND QUESTIONS ASKED, AND QUALITATIVE COMPLEXITY RELATING TO PATIENTS’ PSYCHOSOCIAL CONTEXTS AND GPS’ BIOMEDICAL DISEASE PERSPECTIVE. THUS, DESPITE EXISTING GUIDELINES AND THE LEANNESS ASSOCIATED WITH THE EMAIL MEDIUM, MULTIPLE FORMS OF COMPLEXITY WERE EVIDENT. THIS MISMATCH HIGHLIGHTS THE NEED FOR THEORETICAL DEVELOPMENT AS WELL AS THE VALUE OF RE-EXAMINING EXISTING POLICIES AND GUIDELINES REGARDING EXPECTATIONS FOR E-CONSULTATION USE.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00Deconstructing Straight Citizenshiphttps://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v7i1.119860<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>ON NOVEMBER 25 2019, DANISH HISTORIAN NIELS NYEGAARD RECEIVED THE NATIONAL KRAKA AWARD FOR AN OUTSTANDING AND INNOVATIVE CONTRIBUTION TO GENDER RESEARCH IN DENMARK FOR HIS PHD DISSERTATION PERVERSE CRIMINALS AND GOOD CITIZENS: HOMOSEXUALITY, HETERONORMATIVITY AND CITIZENSHIP IN COPENHAGEN’S PUBLIC SPHERE, 1906-11. NYEGAARD DEFENDED HIS DISSERTATION AT AARHUS UNIVERSITY IN THE FALL OF 2018. THE DISSERTATION CONDUCTED A GENEALOGICAL STUDY OF MODERN DANISH CITIZENSHIP’S HETERONORMATIVE FOUNDATIONS IN EARLY-TWENTIETH-CENTURY DENMARK. IN HIS ACCEPTANCE SPEECH, NYEGAARD OUTLINED THE MAJOR CONCLUSIONS FROM HIS DISSERTATION. HE FURTHER PRESENTED ITS FOUCAULDIAN AND QUEER THEORETICAL AXIOMS AND ITS GENEALOGICAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO CONTEMPORARY DISCUSSIONS ABOUT SEXUAL CITIZENSHIP, HETERONORMATIVITY, HOMONORMATIVITY AND HOMONATIONALISM.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00The Anti-Feminism of the Far-Right Imageboard Terroristshttps://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v7i1.119855ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00Putting a Non-Essentialist Ontology to Workhttps://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v7i1.119816ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00Everyday Activism and Resistance By Minority Women in Denmarkhttps://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v7i1.119854<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>STEREOTYPES OF MINORITY WOMEN, AND IN PARTICULAR MUSLIM WOMEN, ARE BEING USED TO PUSH CERTAIN GROUPS TO THE MARGINS OF DANISH SOCIETY, BOTH DISCURSIVELY AND GEOGRAPHICALLY. FOCUSING ON TWO CASE STUDIES WORKING IN THE SOCIAL PERIPHERY, ANDROMEDA, 8220 AND KVINDER I DIALOG, THIS ARTICLE ILLUMINATES HOW THE SAME STEREOTYPES ARE USED IN THE PRODUCTION OF COUNTERNARRATIVES THAT RESIST STIGMA AND DIVISIVE POLICIES. DESPITE THE MEDIA ATTENTION THAT THE NEW LAWS IN DENMARK SUCH AS “GHETTO” REFORMS AND MASKING BAN HAVE RECEIVED, LESS ATTENTION HAS BEEN PAID TO EXAMPLES OF RESISTANCE AND THE FIGHT FOR POLITICAL SUBJECTIVITY. BY FURTHER DEVELOPING AND EMPLOYING POSTCOLONIAL AND FEMINIST THEORY IN A DANISH CONTEXT, THIS ARTICLE ADDRESSES THIS GAP AND EMBARKS ON AN ANALYSIS OF MINORITY WOMEN’S CULTURAL ACTIVISM AGAINST HOMOGENIZATION.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00Strategic Cyberbullying and the Reorganisation of Political Culturehttps://sciendo.com/article/10.7146/tjcp.v7i1.119856<abstract> <title style='display:none'>Abstract</title> <p>PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES DONALD TRUMP ENGAGES IN ONGOING TWITTER-ATTACKS ON (PERCEIVED) POLITICAL OPPONENTS SUCH AS NAMED POLITICIANS, CELEBRITIES, NEWS CHANNELS AND NAMED JOURNALISTS. IN JUNE 2015 THE NEW YORK TIMES BEGAN TO COMPILE A LIST OF TRUMP’S INSULTS ON TWITTER. BY JANUARY 2020 THE LIST COMPILES THE “598 PEOPLE, PLACES AND THINGS DONALD TRUMP HAS INSULTED ON TWITTER”. IN THIS ARTICLE, WE MAKE USE OF THIS LIST AS AN ARCHIVE OF CONDENSED AFFECTIVE EXPRESSIONS THAT ALLOW US TO ANALYSE THE WAYS IN WHICH TRUMP USES TWITTER TO MOBILISE POLITICALLY IN MANNERS WHICH WE WILL TERM ‘STRATEGIC CYBERBULLYING’. CYBERBULLYING IS OFTEN DISCUSSED AS A PHENOMENON THAT ARISES AMONG CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE, YET WE SUGGEST THAT BORROWING AN ANALYTIC LENS FROM CYBERBULLYING RESEARCH ALLOWS US TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THE DYNAMICS OF TRUMP’S USE OF TWITTER FOR POLITICAL MOBILISATION. THROUGH A CATEGORICAL MAPPING OF THE NEW YORK TIMES ARCHIVE, WE SHOW HOW POLITICAL OPPONENTS ARE DISCREDITED STRATEGICALLY AND A NEW KIND OF POLITICAL TERRITORY IS ESTABLISHED THROUGH AN AFFECTIVE CIRCULATION OF INTERFACIAL REFRAINS THROUGH TWITTER. THESE REFRAINS TRAVEL BETWEEN ON- AND OFFLINE CONTEXTS TO EXTEND THE REACH OF THE CAMPAIGN THROUGH ESTABLISHING A NEW FORM OF WE-NESS THAT INCLUDES AND EXCLUDES COMMUNITIES. WE SHOW HOW THIS WE-NESS IN TRUMP’S AFFECTIVE POLITICS IS SHAPED (ALSO) BY THE TWITTER INTERFACE AND HOLDS THE POTENTIAL TO ALTER THE DEMOCRATIC PUBLIC AND THE THRESHOLDS FOR DEMOCRATIC PARTICIPATION.</p> </abstract>ARTICLE2021-04-03T00:00:00.000+00:00en-us-1