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Viviane Melo de Mendonça
Total Authors: 1
Document type: Journal article
Source: Psicologia & Sociedade; v. 32, 2020-06-01.

Abstract This study aimed to analyze the discursive communication on women, feminisms, gender and sexuality of urban graffiti that were inscribed in circulation routes and on public and private buildings in neighborhoods of Rome's urban and historical center, in Italy. An interdisciplinary work was carried out between social psychology and architecture in a dialogical discursive, historical-urbanistic and historical-architectural perspective. Moreover, it was carried out the graffiti's geolocation; contacts with the graffitti main authors; and an analysis of graffiti discursive practices. This was carried out considering the social-historical context of dialogic production, including social networks. It was concluded that the practice of inscribing graffiti in the urban landscape allows the understanding of the discourses on cultural diversity as marked by genders and sexualities on the historic centers and the urban landscape. It also allows the understanding of women's affective and political relations with the city, as well as the production of their (micro) territorialities. (AU)

FAPESP's process: 18/03579-3 - What does one want to (un)say?: gender, sexuality and politics in graffiti of urban and historical centers: a study of Rome, Italy
Grantee:Viviane Melo de Mendonça Magro
Support Opportunities: Scholarships abroad - Research