• Seeking Eccentricity
    Vol 11 No 1 (2021)

    CALL FOR PAPERS

    Title of the monograph: Challenges and defiances of gender violence and new technologies

    Coordinators: Rosa San Segundo and Celia López Ongil (Carlos III University of Madrid)

    Proposal text:

    Gender, Feminist and Women's Studies have introduced important theoretical contributions to scientific knowledge without which it would be impossible to understand the reality that surrounds us. Among the most important contributions to scientific knowledge is the consolidation of the gender category and feminist epistemology as a way to a more inclusive and less segregationist science. An essential analysis tool to understand the processes of inequality between men and women, and the development of a critical point of view that questions the traditional and androcentric way of doing science, presented itself as objective and with universal validity. One of the areas in which the application of the gender perspective is being more prolific is the technological and scientific development of the Internet of Things (IoT).

    The Feminist Technoscience Studies (FTS) are confirming that the new digital technologies and artificial intelligence brought about by the Fourth Industrial Revolution are biased in terms of gender, sex, work, class, ethnicity, (dis) ability, and therefore, it is done An approach to new technologies and R & D & I from a gender perspective that does not exclude women or have repercussions on greater re-victimization and violence through technologies is essential. In a society where the application of the Internet of Things (IoT) in practically all areas of life is increasing, the challenge of technological development should be conceived as a tool that serves to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 5 "Gender equality" and allow the eradication of violence suffered by women for the mere fact of being.

    In this call for papers, he makes a call for research articles, articles with a methodological approach, theoretical essays, theoretical-conceptual review articles and technological developments on the following thematic lines (among others):

    • Gender violence and new technologies
    • The gender perspective in technological development
    • Conceptualization and design of technological solutions from a gender perspective
    • Intersections between R + D + i technologies and gender equality
    • Interdisciplinary research on R + D + i with a gender perspective
    • Effects of gender biases in R & D & i and technologies
    • Proposals and technological challenges for the achievement of gender equality

    IMPORTANT DATES

    • Deadline for receipt of full articles: June 15, 2021
    • Publication date: January 2022

    All manuscripts must be submitted following the journal template and its rules. The interdisciplinarity of this area of knowledge will be valued.

  • Science and Society
    Vol 10 No 2 (2020)
  • Search and count the disappearance: techniques and methods
    Vol 10 No 1 (2020)

    Las “viejas” prácticas de desaparición vinculadas con los regímenes dictatoriales de los años 70 en América Latina —que enlazan con formas persistentes de genocidios y exterminios de poblaciones originarias— siguen teniendo la actualidad de todo lo que queda por contar, descubrir y juzgar. Junto a estas, encontramos hoy nuevas formas de desaparición en las que el perpetrador o causante no es siempre el Estado y cuando lo es, su responsabilidad tiene que ver en muchas ocasiones más por omisión que por acción: feminicidios y trata de mujeres; migrantes que desaparecen cruzando las fronteras del sur al norte (México, el Mediterráneo); múltiples situaciones de violencia y vulnerabilidad (Guatemala, Colombia); incluso las hay “sin una causa aparente”, desapariciones ordinarias. Los ejemplos abundan y son la muestra de que la desaparición adquiere una vigencia y persistencia que sabemos innegable.

  • Objectification and marketisation of women: technologies as instrument of violence.
    Vol 9 No 1 (2019)

    Monograph - Objectification and marketisation of women: technologies as instrument of violence.

    [January-June, 2019]

    DOI:10.24197/st.1.2019

    Editors:

    Dr. Ana María González Ramos (Universitat Oberta de Catalunya).

    Dr. Esther Torrado Martín-Palomino (Universidad de La Laguna).

     

  • Brain Evolution, Mental Health and Society
    Vol 8 No 2 (2018)

    Brain Evolution, Mental Health and Society

    A journey through recent data on the brain: its evolution, mental health and its social consequences.

    [Period: july-december]

    Guest Editor - Manuel Torres Cubeiro PhD. [GCEIS - University of Santiago de Compostela].

  • The body in the technological society.
    Vol 8 No 1 (2018)

    Guest Editor:

    María Teresa Russo

    Dipartimento di Scienze della Formazione.

    Università Roma Tre

  • Hermeneutics and society: a blooming desert
    Vol 7 No 2 (2017)

    [Publish period: july-december]

    Monograph about Hermeneutics and Society.

  • In the foothills of the cyborg landscape
    Vol 7 No 1 (2017)

    [Publish period: january-june]

    Guest Editor: Dr. Milton Aragón (Benemérita Universidad de Puebla)

    This monograph deepens in the cyborg landscape concept and in its social implications.

     

  • Vol 3 No 3 (2013)
    EDITOR: ANA M. GONZÁLEZ RAMOS (UOC -SPAIN)