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Call for Chapters - Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Women, Voice, and Agency

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Book Title: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Women, Voice, and Agency

*Editors*

*Berrin Yanıkkaya*(Arkın University of Creative Arts and Design) & *Angelique
Nairn*(Auckland University of Technology)

*Call for Chapters*

Proposals Submission Deadline: November 10, 2019
Full Chapters Due: January 23, 2019
Submission Date: May 2, 2020

*Introduction*

Women’s agency and its lack in the political realm has been a central theme
of feminist scholarship. The interplay between economic, political, social
and cultural forces on the one hand, and women’s individual and collective
struggles on the other, centers upon the problem of agency. The
construction of agency necessarily requires the articulation of voice. For
women involved in long standing social justice struggles, speaking in their
own voices is a primary political objective. In this context, voice has a
wider thematic scope than is the case in daily language. Exercising a voice
entails the advancements of autonomy and freedom through political action.
Having and exercising a voice is also closely tied to the idea of
visibility and therefore representation. Male domination restricts voice
and restricts visibility. Essentially, women were conceptualized as the
other, and the experiences of women framed from a masculine lens.
Therefore, further research and scholarly discussion is needed to explore
voice and its accompanying visibility in and across both public and private
spheres. This means in politics, media, the arts, health, education,
private realms and so on. In examining women being able to voice their
perspectives in today’s societies, the following questions still seem
relevant: How is it possible for women to have their own voice? Are there
any differences between individual and collective voices? How are women’s
voices interpreted within politics, culture, economics and media in today’s
societies? What are the impacts of changing social dynamics on a new way of
owning one’s own voice? Can the new digital mediascape offer women new
platforms to raise their voice and become more visible? Is it enough just
to have a voice if no one is hearing your voice? What are the strategies
women can deploy to overcome what Couldry (2010) calls ‘the contemporary
crisis of voice in neoliberal times’? How do women from different classes,
ethnicities, races and ages respond to the challenges of being silenced in
different geographies where there are uneven opportunities to access the
channels to raise their voices and make patriarchal-capitalist societies
listen? How do women resist the dominant neoliberal discourse that
structurally ‘ignores’ their voices? What are the entrenched conditions
that prevent women from claiming their own voice? What language do women
need speak to be able to be heard? Is it possible for women to have agency
when it is detached from the voice?
The intention of this volume is to consider, reflect on, advance and
ultimately give voice to the field of women’s studies. To bring together
scholars from across the globe to offer a plethora of voices on issues
impacting women and their agency within society.

*Objective*

The purpose of this book is to examine the concept of ‘voice’ in its
relation to the construction of agency for women. This publication shall
include both theoretical debates over the relationship between voice and
agency, and practical examples from around the world that explore how women
own their own ‘voice’ in politics, culture, media and the economy.
Although new and emerging technologies are leading to new ways of becoming
visible and heard by larger groups of people across the world, the access
to such tools continues to be problematic. Therefore such a text becomes a
means of ensuring that important matters related with ‘voice’ continue to
take place, particularly to the benefit of women’s empowerment. To this
end, showcasing individual and collective approaches by women in claiming
and reclaiming their own voices is crucial to understanding the concept of
agency. Chapters proposed for this edited volume need to provide
theoretical insights into the study of women’s agency as much as real-life
examples and experiences of women owning their voices throughout history,
especially in neoliberal times and the digital age.

*Target Audience*

The target audience of this book will consist of undergrad and postgrad
students, scholars, women’s rights advocates, non-profit organizations for
women, policy makers, higher education institutions, political and economic
decision making bodies.

*Recommended Topics*

Recommended topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Voice as a constituent element of agency
• Voice as a marker of self-worth and identity
• Voice in public and private domains
• Women’s agency in politics
• Silencing practices and the ways to overcome them
• New opportunities for voicing women’s issues in the digital age
• Individual and collectives voices
• Social change and speaking up to power
• Voice’s impact on visibility
• Different experiences of women owning their voice across the world
• Class, race, ethnicity, age, geography in relation to voice
• Diversity, equity and inclusion in academia
• Women’s voices in culture and art
• Women’s voices and/in media
• Conversation, gender and uneven distribution of power
• Voice as an economic instrument
• Voices of activists
• Public speech, private conversation

*Submission Procedure*

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit on or before *November
10, 2019*9, a chapter proposal of 1,000 to 2,000 words clearly explaining
the mission and concerns of his or her proposed chapter. Authors will be
notified by *November 24, 2019*about the status of their proposals and sent
chapter guidelines. Full chapters are expected to be submitted by *January
23, 2020*, and all interested authors must consult the guidelines for
manuscript submissions at
http://www.igi-global.com/publish/contributor-resources/before-you-write/prior
to submission. All submitted chapters will be reviewed on a double-blind
review basis. Contributors may also be requested to serve as reviewers for
this project.
*Note:*There are no submission or acceptance fees for manuscripts submitted
to this book publication, Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Women, Voice,
and Agency. All manuscripts are accepted based on a double-blind peer
review editorial process.
All proposals should be submitted through the eEditorial Discovery®TM
online submission manager.

*Publisher*

This book is scheduled to be published by IGI Global (formerly Idea Group
Inc.), publisher of the "Information Science Reference" (formerly Idea
Group Reference), "Medical Information Science Reference," "Business
Science Reference," and "Engineering Science Reference" imprints. For
additional information regarding the publisher, please visit
www.igi-global.com
<https://www.igi-global.com/publish/call-for-papers/call-details/www.igi-global.com>.
This publication is anticipated to be released in 2021.

*Important Dates*

1st proposal submission deadline: *November 10, 2019*
Notification of Acceptance: *November 24, 2019*
Full chapter submission: *January 23, 2020*
Review results due to editor: *February 22, 2020*
Review results due to authors: *March 7, 2020*
Revisions due from authors: *April 4, 2020*
Final acceptance/rejection notification due to authors: *April 18, 2020*
All final accepted materials due from authors: *May 2, 2020*

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Business and Management; Computer Science and Information Technology;
Education; Environmental, Agricultural, and Physical Sciences; Library and
Information Science; Medical, Healthcare, and Life Sciences; Media and
Communications; Security and Forensics; Government and Law; Social Sciences
and Humanities; Science and Engineering



Berrin Yanıkkaya, PhD

Professor of Communication Studies

Faculty of Communication

Arkın University of Creative Arts and Design (ARUCAD)

Kyrenia, North Cyprus



Angelique Nairn, PhD

Senior Lecturer

School of Communication Studies

Auckland University of Technology (AUT)
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