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April Mandrona

blogs of the young women could “also be seen as performative and public spaces: that is space to extend, differentiate, and negotiate social norms and cultural values; voice issues of common concern; and contribute to forming public opinion” (2011: 350

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Sharifah Aishah Osman

public opinion, especially with the encroachment of religious conservatism and racial politics into various discursive spaces. More importantly, such narratives illustrate the extent to which sexist and misogynistic attitudes towards rape have tainted