Rosalind Gill: “não queremos só mais bolo, queremos toda a padaria!”




Comunicação e Gênero, feminismo, representações


Entrevista com a pesquisadora britânica Rosalind Gill.


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Biografia do Autor

Carolina Oliveira Matos, University of London

Professora de Mídia e Sociologia, Departamento de Sociologia, na University of London


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Matos, C. O. (2017). Rosalind Gill: “não queremos só mais bolo, queremos toda a padaria!”. MATRIZes, 11(2), 137-160.