Practitioner Resources and Other Useful Links
On this page we have links to practitioner resources and other useful links around the intersection of technology and violence against women.
Here’s a selection of the Research and Papers relevant to the work we do.
- Berg, C. & Breheny, S., 2014. A social problem, not a technological problem Institute of Public Affairs,, ed., Institute of Public Affairs.
- Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria, 2015. ReCharge: Women’s Technology Safety, Legal Resources, Research & Training: National Study Findings, Melbourne. Available here: http://www.dvrcv.org.au/knowledge-centre/our-research/current-research
- Douglas, H., Dragiewicz, M. & Harris, B., 2019. Technology-facilitated Domestic and Family Violence: Women’s Experiences. The British Journal of Criminology, 59(3), pp.551–570
- Dragiewicz, M. et al., 2018. Technology Facilitated Coercive Control: Domestic violence and the competing roles of digital media platforms. Feminist Media Studies, 18(4), pp.609–625.
- Fraser, C. et al., 2010. The New Age of Stalking: Technological Implications for Stalking. Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 61(4), pp.39–55.
- Freed, D. et al., 2018. A Stalker’s Paradise. In the 2018 CHI Conference. New York, New York, USA: ACM Press, pp. 1–13.
- Hand, T., Chung, D. & Peters, M., 2009. The Use of Information and Communication Technologies to Coerce and Control in Domestic Violence and Following Separation Australian Domestic Family Violence Clearinghouse, ed., Sydney: Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse Stakeholder Paper.
- Henry, N., Powell, A. & Powell, A., 2015. Beyond the “sext”: Technology-facilitated sexual violence and harassment against adult women. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 48(1), pp.104–118.
- Lee, K., 2016. Technology Abuse: It’s Still About Power & Control. WMC Speech Project, pp.1–4. Available at: wmcspeechproject.com/2016/02/11/technology-abuse-its-still-about-power-control/.
- National Network to End Domestic Violence, 2018. Tech Abuse: Information from the Field. Techsafety.org. Available at: https://www.techsafety.org/blog/2018/9/12/tech-abuse-information-from-the-field.
- Powell, A. & Henry, N., 2014. The Dark Side of Virtual. In Preventing Sexual Violence: Towards a Digital Sexual Ethics. Basingstoke, UK.
- Southworth, C. et al., 2007. Intimate Partner Violence, Technology, and Stalking. Violence Against Women 13(8), pp.842–856.
- Southworth, C. et al., 2006. An High-Tech Twist On Abuse: Technology, Intimate Partner Stalking and Advocacy. Violence Against Women Online Resources, pp.1–16.
- Woodlock, D., 2013. Technology-facilitated Stalking: Findings and Recommendations from the SmartSafe Project, Collingwood: Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria.
- Woodlock, D. & Harris, B., 2018. Digital Coercive Control: Insights from Two Landmark Domestic Violence Studies. The British Journal of Criminology, 23, pp.77–48.