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Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, 2024, 7(6); doi: 10.25236/AJHSS.2024.070623.

Emotional Practices of Female Discourse in Anti-Verbal Violence—Take the Douban Community as an Example


Rong Panpan, Zhang Chunhua

Corresponding Author:
Zhang Chunhua

Department of Journalism, Nanjing University of Finance and Economics, Nanjing, 210000, China


Verbal violence, as a phenomenon that is prevalent in social life, can have a certain degree of psychological and emotional impact on the victim, and the abuser and the victim usually correspond to a power relationship. Female groups are on the weaker side of the current social structure and are more vulnerable to verbal violence such as humiliation, discrimination, and disciplining. In the campaign against verbal violence, women's discourse rebels against gender prejudices and restrictions in society, and emotion serves as a bond that unites women into a group, emphasizing common situations and common interests through emotional strategies, so that more people will join the campaign against verbal violence.


verbal violence; female discourse; emotional practices

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Rong Panpan, Zhang Chunhua. Emotional Practices of Female Discourse in Anti-Verbal Violence—Take the Douban Community as an Example. Academic Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences (2024) Vol. 7, Issue 6: 141-148. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJHSS.2024.070623.


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