E-sports y brecha de género: La percepción de las profesionales españolas
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dc.contributor.author Moldes Farelo, Rocío es
dc.date.accessioned 2019-11-05T11:30:42Z
dc.date.available 2019-11-05T11:30:42Z
dc.date.issued 2019 es
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/10550/71982
dc.description.abstract The present paper aims to identify the causes of under-representation of women in E-sports. According to a genre perspective, interest in videogames at the amateur level is quite similar. However, in its professional level, female participation becomes very limited. The fact that physical effort is irrelevant (a requirement for ?traditional sports?) could be considered a variable that would negatively affect greater to equality in the conditions of access and participation of women in electronic sports. Against any predictions, the data on the presence of women are elocuent: few women, with much lower wages than men to remunerate same skills, and a general complaint by the female professionals of frequent situations of ?suffocating pressure? during competitions. The methodology, with a qualitative nature, has been focused on the technique of content analysis from a netnographic perspective. It has been spotlighted by the analysis of the testimonies made at the ?Women, E-sports and Unicorns? Conference, within the framework of the campaign ? MynameMygame, organized by the Movistar´s Riders club. In addition to content analysis, three in-depth interviews have been conducted es
dc.source Moldes Farelo, Rocío. E-sports y brecha de género: La percepción de las profesionales españolas. En: Arxius de sociologia, 40 2019: 139-148 es
dc.subject 1137-7038 8537 Arxius de sociologia 525290 2019 40 7038148 E-sports y brecha de género: La percepción de las profesionales españolas Moldes Farelo es
dc.subject Rocío The present paper aims to identify the causes of under-representation of women in E-sports. According to a genre perspective es
dc.subject interest in videogames at the amateur level is quite similar. However es
dc.subject in its professional level es
dc.subject female participation becomes very limited. The fact that physical effort is irrelevant (a requirement for ?traditional sports?) could be considered a variable that would negatively affect greater to equality in the conditions of access and participation of women in electronic sports. Against any predictions es
dc.subject the data on the presence of women are elocuent: few women es
dc.subject with much lower wages than men to remunerate same skills es
dc.subject and a general complaint by the female professionals of frequent situations of ?suffocating pressure? during competitions. The methodology es
dc.subject with a qualitative nature es
dc.subject has been focused on the technique of content analysis from a netnographic perspective. It has been spotlighted by the analysis of the testimonies made at the ?Women es
dc.subject E-sports and Unicorns? Conference es
dc.subject within the framework of the campaign ? MynameMygame es
dc.subject organized by the Movistar´s Riders club. In addition to content analysis es
dc.subject three in-depth interviews have been conducted industria videojuegos es
dc.subject E-sports es
dc.subject deporte espectáculo es
dc.subject desigualdad de género es
dc.subject Video game industry es
dc.subject E-sports es
dc.subject sporting events es
dc.subject gender inequality 139 148 es
dc.title E-sports y brecha de género: La percepción de las profesionales españolas es
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article en
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion en
dc.subject.unesco UNESCO::SOCIOLOGÍA es
dc.identifier.doi es

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