Share Paper: Techno-womanism: Foundations for Social Justice in and through the Technosphere

  1. Shamika Goddard,, United States
  2. Xeturah Woodley, New Mexico State University, United States
Tuesday, March 19 2:15-2:45 PM Sunset 4

Abstract: The Black Lives Matter movement shifts the narrative about how social media and technology affect change in people’s lives on and offline. There is a gap in existing educational research and theory as regards the intersection of race, gender, theological ethics, and technology especially in the context of social justice issues within digital spaces. This article aims to define and discuss the creation of a techno-womanist framework that can be used to understand social justice issues and challenges that occur both in the digital space as well as within and around technology. Through the use of qualitative research methods, like ...