Sociology and Technoscience 2018-12-13T13:21:42+01:00 Juan R. Coca Open Journal Systems <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong><em>SOCIOLOGY AND TECHNOSCIENCE</em> (E-ISSN 1989-8487)</strong>.</p> <p>Sociología y tecnociencia [second season] is a journal sponsored by the Universidad de Valladolid. It basic purpose is to fill a critical gap in Sociology. The central aim of the journal Sociology and Technoscience is to study, understand and analyze the social influence of the various scientific and technological or technoscientific activities (especially Sociology of Health and Sociology of Science and Technology).&nbsp;Sociology and Technoscience has a biannual periodicity and it follows the usual mechanisms of the academic journals. We recommend reading the journal's editorial policy and guidelines. Soc&amp;Tech texts accepted for publication in Spanish, Portuguese and English. This journal published five articles in each volume, in the event of we not have total articles two volumes will be unified in one annual number.&nbsp;<span id="result_box" lang="en">Sociology and technoscience [Second season] publishes two issues per year. The first one corresponds to the period between January and June and the second to the period between July and December. </span><span id="result_box" lang="en">However, it is also possible to publish extraordinary numbers. </span><span id="result_box" lang="en">It also presents three permanent sections that can change in each number: Guest signature (requested articles), monographic (set of articles with same theme) and articles (where articles of various kinds are published).</span><span id="t-served-community-button" class="trans-verified-button goog-toolbar-button"></span></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Indexing in</strong>&nbsp;<img src="/public/site/images/ges_sociotecno_nodos/WoS-ESCI3.png" alt=""><strong>,</strong>&nbsp;<strong>accepted in</strong>&nbsp;<img src="" alt="Resultado de imagen de scopus" width="100" height="100">&nbsp;</p> Objectification and marketisation of women: technologies as instrument of violence 2018-12-13T13:21:42+01:00 Ana M. González Ramos Esther Torrado Martín-Palomino <p>In this introductory text the editors present the monograph about the objectification and marketisation of women</p> 2018-10-16T13:12:16+02:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Between the perpetrator and the victim: the role of Internet intermediaries on violations against women 2018-12-13T13:21:42+01:00 Juliana Pacetta Ruiz Mariana Giorgetti Valente Natália Neris <p>The current article consists of an investigation on the treatment of the dissemination of non-consensual intimate images (NCII) in 11 countries, a phenomenon popularly known as “revengeporn”. This is the second stage of a major research initiative which has resulted in the book "The Body is the Code: legal strategies of confronting revengeporn in Brazil." In this article, we explore the policies that relate to intermediaries, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), from the point of view of their own policies and state regulation, which usually revolves around the liability of the ISPs. We analyze how this issue is categorized and classified, and how gender relations of this specific type of violence are regarded. In light of the results, this article tries to bring new elements for the debate on how to build policies that deal with gender and privacy on the Internet, from different perspectives.</p> 2018-10-16T13:36:14+02:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Violence against women in Spanish mass media: A theoretical approximation from contemporary feminism 2018-12-13T13:21:41+01:00 Beatriz Revelles-Benavente Sandra Jiménez Arroyo <p>The main objective of this article is to offer a conceptual and methodological tool to analyze media representation of patriarchal violence in digital journals. This tool is the feminist posthumanist concept of “waste”, by which an object with has become of no use by the origin of its production is reconfigured to get back into the neoliberal circuit. Taken into account present society of information and knowledge acceleration, the authors of this article aim at reconfiguring the notion of gender as a relational element to offer ethics and aesthetic optics of the female bodies materialization in these situations</p> 2018-10-17T09:30:59+02:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Religion and new technologies at the service of Nigerian networks for the sexual exploitation of migrant girls. 2018-12-13T13:21:41+01:00 Habiba Hadjab Boudiaf <p>In transnational female migrations, we find an extremely vulnerable group of women and girls who lack all kinds of resources, which makes them dependent on mafia organizations. Pleasant sexuality becomes oppression and violence, and the expression of a phallocratic power relations involved in sexual exploitation networks. Crimen organizations are currently adapting their recruitment strategies to digital realm and creating transnational lobbies since the capital-patriarchal system itself facilitates and promotes their enlargement.</p> 2018-10-17T11:23:28+02:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Rewriting gender violence on the internet: an example based on the fanfictions of beauty and the beast 2018-12-13T13:21:40+01:00 Yasmina Romero Morales Esther Torrado Martín-Palomino <p>The present work analyses 15 <em>fanfictions</em> of The Beauty and the Beast publish in Spanish in the web <em></em> from 2004 to 2017. &nbsp;The aim is to examine if values and patriarchal patterns are common to the version of Villenueve, Beaumont o Disney related to extreme gender violence. The methodology used has been interdisciplinary: the feminist literary criticism, the cultural studies and the sociology. After the examination of the <em>corpus </em>of primary sources concludes that these <em>fancfictions</em> share the same patriarchal clichés and topics of original works.</p> 2018-10-17T11:37:09+02:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Commodification of the territory and reconfiguration of violence against women: the case of the leaders in the environmental movements against the monoculture of the pineapple 2018-12-13T13:20:08+01:00 Kemly Camacho Jiménez <p>The incorporation of digital technologies in social movements led by women redefines gender violence. This study works in the territories with the leading women of the ecologist movements to rediscover how digital technologies are at the same time a great supporter of social movement and also an element that reconfigures violence against women. To do an in-depth analysis, it is developed a case study with action-research methodologies. It is proposed that the violence against women is comprehensive and impossible to divide in online and offline violence. It demonstrates the need for in-depth studies about new violence against women because of theirs gender condition and their leadership. &nbsp;</p> 2018-10-17T12:33:02+02:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##