Addressing technology enabled violence against women and girls in the digital age

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Hopkins, Susan and Ostini, Jenny. 2016. "Addressing technology enabled violence against women and girls in the digital age." Redress. 25 (1), pp. 2-7.
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Addressing technology enabled violence against women and girls in the digital age

ERA Journal ID211282
Article CategoryArticle
AuthorsHopkins, Susan (Author) and Ostini, Jenny (Author)
Journal TitleRedress
Journal Citation25 (1), pp. 2-7
Number of Pages6
Year2016
Place of PublicationAustralia
ISSN1039-382X
Web Address (URL)https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=443761287710888;res=IELAPA
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Internet-enabled technology can be empowering for victims of domestic violence, by providing them with education, information and expanded networks of social support, technology use can also become a source of vulnerability for women and girls. Instead of being empowered by technology, some women are being driven away from women’s refuge in Canberra, cited in Francis, 2015.
it by the rise of both cyber misogyny and digital domestic violence. When female victims are pushed offline their ability to participate effectively in a digital society and economy is severely undermined and women as a group are further excluded from positions of influence in the public sphere. Increasingly, enabling women and girls to take control of their ‘real’ lives and relationships, requires encouraging them to take control of their digital lives and relationships, through mastering new communication technologies in cultural and political contexts.

Keywordscommunication technology, power, domestic violence, women
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020470101. Communication studies
440599. Gender studies not elsewhere classified
470102. Communication technology and digital media studies
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