Reflecting on Destroy the Joint

Here is a summary of the data offered by Destroy the Joint participants in July 2014. 885 participants completed the survey with enthusiastic and critical engagement. It has been illuminating analysing the diverse responses and we are currently in the process of producing academic articles based on this data.


For a more extended report including qualitative information, see this PDF report_DTJ_1_12_14_mmg. It’s 4.5MB.

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This project aims to show how feminist movements in Australia are placed and what motivates people who participate in the Destroy the Joint movement.

We wanted to spatially represent current feminist efforts and, in so doing, develop a geography of feminism in Australia today.  Specifically, this research focused on a case study of activism in Destroy the Joint to illustrate the diverse motivations and priorities of feminist activity.

Jess McLean (Macquarie University), Alana Grech (Macquarie University) and Sophia Maalsen (National University of Ireland Maynooth).