Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and Violence Against Women
Clearinghouse Connector – April 2011
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How technology is being used to perpetrate violence against women – and to fight it Association for Progressive Communications (APC), 2009
The use of new communication and information technologies for sexual exploitation of women and children Hastings Women’s Law Journal, 2002
Digital dangers : information and communication technologies and trafficking in women Association for Women’s Rights in Development; Association for Progressive Communications. Women’s Networking Support Program (APC WNSP), 2006
ICT and violence
The use of information and communication technologies to coerce and control in domestic violence and following separation Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse Stakeholder Paper, 2009
Online communication technologies and sexual assault Aware: Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault Newsletter, 2010
New technologies, unauthorised visual images and sexual assault Aware: Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault Newsletter, 2009
ICT and young people
Safe sext : young people, technology and sexual violence DVRCV Quarterly, 2010
Eroticising inequality : technology, pornography and young people DVRCV Quarterly, 2010
Click and connect : young Australians' use of online social media Australian Communications and Media Authority, 2009
Teenagers, legal risks and social networking sites Monash University. Faculty of Education, 2011
Cyberbullying : the new online crime Grabel and Associates, 2013 – Added: August 2013
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