Master of Arts (MA)
Geography and Anthropology
This thesis seeks to understand the dynamics of a feminist student organization within the context of a college campus in southern Louisiana. Through a methodology of participant observation, interviews, spot observations and archival research I examine how this pro-choice organization navigates campus public space. This project focuses on aspects of collaboration or collective action within a network of organizations, the participation of members, and the discursive processes of storytelling and audience effects. This collaborative ethnography also investigates how cross-sex interactions mediate topics of motherhood, abortion, and sexuality.
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Kea, Jordan Rebecca, ""Condoms and Candy": Pro-choice Students on Campus" (2012). LSU Master's Theses. 2726.