Further Reading and Resources

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‘#MoreThanMean – Women in Sports “Face” Harassment’ (2016), YouTube, 25 April, available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tU-D-m2JY8 (accessed 2/11/16).

Badham, V. (2016) ‘Van Badham: my week of abuse after Steve Price Q&A clash – video’, The Guardian, 14 July, https://www.theguardian.com/society/video/2016/jul/14/van-badham-the-subject-of-abuse-after-steve-prices-comments-on-qa-video (accessed 2/11/16).

Buni, C. and Chemaly, S. (2014) ‘The Unsafety Net: How Social Media Turned against Women’, The  Atlantic, 9 October, available at: http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2014/10/the-unsafety-net-how-social-media-turned-againstwomen/ (accessed 3/11/16).

Chalmers, M. (2015) ‘“The best thing about feminists is they don’t get action so when you rape them it’s 100 times tighter”: Welcome to Facebook and Tinder’, New Matilda, 28 August, available at: https://newmatilda.com/2015/08/28/best-thing-about-feminists-they-dont-get-action-so-when-you-rape-them-its-100-times/ (accessed 14/6/16).

Citron, D. K. (2014) ‘How cyber mobs and trolls have ruined the internet – and destroyed lives’, Newsweek, 19 September, available at: http://www.newsweek.com/internet-and-golden-age-bully-271800 (accessed 14/1/16).

Citron, D. K., and Franks, M. A. (2014) ‘Criminalizing revenge porn’, Wake Forest Law Review 49, 19 May: 345–391, available at: http://digitalcommons.law.umaryland.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2424&context=fac_pubs (accessed 4/7/16).

Crash Override (crisis helpline, advocacy group and resources centre for people experiencing online abuse), available at: http://www.crashoverridenetwork.com/ (accessed 2/11/13).

Criado-Perez, C. (2013) ‘She called the police. They said that there was nothing they could do’, Mamamia, 14 November, available at: http://www.mamamia.com.au/caroline-criado-perez-cyber-harassment-speech/ (accessed 11/1/16).

‘Cyber violence against women and girls: A world-wide wake-up call’ (2015) The United Nations Broadband Commission for Digital Development Working Group on Broadband and Gender, available at http://www.unwomen.org/~/media/headquarters/attachments/sections/library/publications/2015/cyber_violence_gender%20report.pdf  (accessed 14/12/15).

‘Cybersexism: how did the Internet become unsafe for women?’ (video), Festival of Dangerous Ideas, Sydney Opera House, 6 September, panel discussion with Clementine Ford, Emma A. Jane, Laurie Penny, and Julia Baird, available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aU-zeOO9fs (accessed 2/11/16).

Doyle, S. (2011) ‘But how do you know its sexist? The #MenCallMeThings round-up’, Tiger Beatdown, 10 November, available at: http://tigerbeatdown.com/2011/11/10/but-how-do-you-know-its-sexist-the-mencallmethings-round-up/ (accessed 21/12/15).

Duggan, M. (2014) ‘Online harassment’, Pew Research Center, 22 October, available at: http://www.pewinternet.org/2014/10/22/online-harassment/ (accessed 4/1/16).

Ford, C. (2015) ‘Good guys don’t play nice’, Fight Like A Girl, 25 November, available at: http://clementinefordwriter.blogspot.com.au/2015/11/good-guys-dont-play-nice.html (accessed 30/11/15).

Gardiner, B., Mansfield, M., Anderson, I., Holder, J., Louter, D., and Ulmanu, M. (2016) ‘The dark side of Guardian comments’, The Guardian, 12 April, available at: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/apr/12/the-dark-side-of-guardian-comments (accessed 13/4/16).

Goldberg, M. (2015) ‘Feminist writers are so besieged by online abuse that some have begun to retire’, The Washington Post, 20 February, available at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/online-feminists-increasingly-ask-are-the-psychic-costs-too-much-to-bear/2015/02/19/3dc4ca6c-b7dd-11e4-a200-c008a01a6692_story.html (accessed 14/1/16).

Hess, A. (2014) ‘Why women aren’t welcome on the internet’, Pacific Standard, 6 January, available at: http://www.psmag.com/health-and-behavior/women-arent-welcome-internet-72170 (accessed 17/12/15).

Hern, A. (2014) ‘Felicia Day’s public details put online after she described Gamergate fears’, The Guardian, 23 October, available at: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/oct/23/felicia-days-public-details-online-gamergate (accessed 25/6/16).

‘Internet harassment and online threats targeting women: Research review’ (2015) Journalist’s Resource, 13 July, available at: http://journalistsresource.org/studies/society/gender-society/internet-harassment-online-threats-targeting-women-research-review (accessed 2/11/16).

Jane, E. A. (2016) ‘Stopping online abuse isn’t censorship: it’s the least we can do’, The Age, 14 July, available at: http://www.theage.com.au/comment/stopping-online-abuse-isnt-censorship-its-the-least-we-can-do-20160713-gq4oj5 (accessed 2/11/16).

Jane, E. A. (2016) ‘DIY internet justice is a symptom, not a solution to online misogyny’, Daily Life, 11 April, available at: http://www.dailylife.com.au/news-and-views/dl-culture/diy-internet-justice-is-a-symptom-not-a-solution-to-online-misogyny-20160410-go2z6z.html (2/11/16).

Jane, E. A. (2016) ‘What bit about the wrongs of sexual threats against women do courts and men not get?’, The Conversation, 4 August, available at: https://theconversation.com/what-bit-about-the-wrongs-of-sexual-threats-against-women-do-courts-and-men-not-get-63447 (accessed 2/11/16).

Jane, E. A. (2015) ‘Rape threats and cyberhate? Vote no to the new digital divide’, The Conversation, 22 June, available at: https://theconversation.com/rape-threats-and-cyberhate-vote-no-to-the-new-digital-divide-43388 (accessed 2/11/16).

Jane, E. A. (2015) ‘How to Keep the Internet Hot’, Medium, 28 August, available at: https://medium.com/festival-of-dangerous-ideas/how-to-keep-the-internet-hot-6fb9a37ad120#.mbrp5fybk (accessed 2/11/16).

Jane, E. A. (2015) ‘What I’ve learned from my study into gendered cyberhate’, Daily Life, 31 August, available at: http://www.dailylife.com.au/news-and-views/dl-culture/what-ive-learned-from-my-study-into-gendered-cyberhate-20150828-gj9qsu.html (accessed 6/11/16).

Jason, Z. (2015) ‘Game of fear’, Boston Magazine, May, available at: http://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/article/2015/04/28/gamergate/ (accessed 28/12/15).

Marwick, A. E., Blackwell, L. and Lo, K. (2016) ‘Best Practices for Conducting Risky Research and Protecting Yourself from Online Harassment’ (Data & Society Guide). New York: Data & Society Institute, available at: http://datasociety.net/pubs/res/Best_Practices_for_Conducting_Risky_Research-Oct-2016.pdf (accessed 2/11/16).

Moss, T. (2016) ‘Online threats are not free speech’, taramoss.com, 16 March, available at: http://taramoss.com/online-threats-are-not-free-speech/ (accessed 2/11/16).

Nyst, C. (2014) ‘End violence: Women’s rights and safety online: Internet inter­mediaries and violence against women online’, Association for Progressive Communications (APC), July, available at: http://www.genderit.org/sites/default/upload/flow-cnyst-summary-formatted.pdf (accessed 28/1/16).

Ostini, J. and Hopkins, S. (2015) ‘Online harassment is a form of violence’, The Conversation, 8 April, available at: https://theconversation.com/online-harassment-is-a-form-of-violence-38846 (accessed 11/1/16).

Penny, L. (2011) ‘Laurie Penny: A woman’s opinion is the mini-skirt of the internet’, Independent, 4 November, available at: http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/commentators/laurie-penny-a-womans-opinion-is-the-mini-skirt-of-the-internet-6256946.html (accessed 23/12/15).

Phipps, A. (2014) ‘The dark side of the impact agenda’, The Times Higher Education, 4 December, available at: https://www.timeshighereducation.com/comment/opinion/the-dark-side-of-the-impact-agenda/2017299.article (accessed 16/3/16).

Powell, A. and Henry, N. (2015) ‘Digital harassment and abuse of adult Australians: A summary report’, Tech & Me Project, RMIT University, available at: https://research.techandme.com.au/wp-content/uploads/REPORT_AustraliansExperiencesofDigitalHarassmentandAbuse.pdf (accessed 19/6/16).

Powell, A. and Henry, N. (2015) ‘How can we stem the tide of online har­assment and abuse?’, The Conversation, 5 October, available at: https://theconversation.com/how-can-we-stem-the-tide-of-online-harassment-and-abuse-48387 (accessed 12/5/16).

Sandoval, G. (2013) ‘The end of kindness: Weev and the cult of the angry young man’, The Verge, 12 September, available at: http://www.theverge.com/2013/9/12/4693710/the-end-of-kindness-weev-and-the-cult-of-the-angry-young-man(accessed 22/12/15).

Sarkeesian, A. (2012) ‘TEDxWomen Talk About Online Harassment & Cyber Mobs’, Feminist Frequency, 5 December, available at: http://www.feministfrequency.com/2012/12/tedxwomen-talk-on-sexist-harassment-cyber-mobs/

Schwartz, M. (2008) ‘The trolls among us’, The New York Times Magazine, 3 August, available at: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/03/magazine/03trolls-t.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 (accessed 26/2/16).

Sexual Violence Won’t Be Silenced (Australian advocacy group), available at: http://www.svwbs.org/ (accessed 2/11/16).

Sierra, K. (2014) ‘Why the trolls will always win’, Wired, 8 October, available at: http://www.wired.com/2014/10/trolls-will-always-win/ (accessed 22/12/15).

Smith, L. (2014) ‘Domestic violence and online abuse: Half UK survivors experi­ence trolling in “tidal wave of hate”’, International Business Times, 1 March, available at: http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/domestic-violence-online-abuse-half-uk-survivors-experience-trolling-tidal-wave-hate-1438420 (accessed 7/1/16).

Stuart, K. (2014) ‘Brianna Wu and the human cost of Gamergate: “Every woman I know in the industry is scared”’, The Guardian, 18 October, available at: http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/oct/17/brianna-wu-gamergate-human-cost (accessed 28/12/15).

Stuart, K. (2014) ‘Zoe Quinn: “All Gamergate has done is ruin people’s lives”’, The Guardian, 4 December, available at: http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/dec/03/zoe-quinn-gamergate-interview (accessed 22/12/15).

The Women’s Media Center (WMC) Speech Project, available at: http://wmcspeechproject.com/ (accessed 8/11/16).

Valenti, J. (2016) ‘Insults and rape threats: Writers shouldn’t have to deal with this’, The Guardian, 15 April, available at: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/apr/14/insults-rape-threats-writers-online-harassment (accessed 15/4/16).

‘Women Read Mean Tweets’ (2016) Mamamia, 23 February, available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xs4GC2WCy3U (accessed 15/7/2016).

Women’s Health Victoria (an Australia-based women’s health advocacy and health promotion organisation that has published a Clearinghouse Connector of online gendered harassment resources, available at:  http://whv.org.au/publications-resources/clearinghouse-connectors/chc-online-gendered-harassment (accessed 2/11/16).

Wittes, B., Poplin, C., Jurecic, Q., and Spera, C. (2016) ‘Sextortion: Cybersecurity, teenagers, and remote sexual assault’, Brookings Institution, May, available at: http://www.brookings.edu/research/reports2/2016/05/sextortion-wittes-poplin-jurecic-spera (accessed 12/5/16).

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Citron, D. K. (2014) Hate Crimes in Cyberspace. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

‘Cyberhate with Tara Moss’ (2017 – in production), television series, ABC-TV, preview available at: http://about.abc.net.au/abc-in-2017/change-makers/ (accessed 2/11/16).

Ford, C. (2016) Fight Like a Girl. Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, London: Allen & Unwin.

Henry, N., and Powell, A. (2015) ‘Embodied harms: Gender, shame, and tech­nology-facilitated sexual violence’, Violence Against Women: 21(6): 758–799. DOI: 10.1177/1077801215576581.

Jane, E. A. (2017 – in press) ‘Gendered cyberhate, victim-blaming, and why the internet is more like driving a car on a road than being naked in the snow’, in Elena Martellozzo and Emma A. Jane (eds.), Cybercrime and its Victims: An International Perspective. Oxon: Routledge.

Jane, E. A. and Martellozzo, E. (2017 – in press) ‘Introduction: Victims of Cybercrime on the Small “I” Internet’, in Elena Martellozzo and Emma A. Jane (eds.), Cybercrime and its Victims: An International Perspective. Oxon: Routledge.

Jane, E. A. (2017 – forthcoming, accepted for publication) ‘Hating 3.0 and the question of whether anti-fan studies should be renewed for another season’, in Melissa A. Click (ed.), Dislike, Hate, and Anti-fandom in the Digital Age, New York: New York University Press.

Jane, E. A. (2017) Misogyny Online: A Short (and Brutish) History. London: Sage

Jane, E. A. (2017 – forthcoming, accepted for publication 17 August, 2016) ‘Feminist flight and fight responses to gendered cyberhate’, in Marie Segrave and Laura Vitis (eds.), Gender, Technology and Violence. Oxon: Routledge.

Jane, E. A. (2017 – forthcoming, accepted for publication 30 July 2016) ‘Gendered cyberhate: a new digital divide?’, in Massimo Ragnedda and Glenn W. Muschert (eds.), Theorizing Digital Divides. Oxon: Routledge.

Jane, E. A. (2016) ‘“Dude… stop the spread”: antagonism, agonism, and #manspreading on social media’, International Journal of Cultural Studies: 1-17, DOI: 10.1177/1367877916637151

Jane, E. A. (2016) ‘Online misogyny and feminist digilantism’, Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies. DOI: 10.1080/10304312.2016.1166560

Jane, E. A. (2016 – forthcoming accepted for publication 31 January, 2016) ‘Feminist digilante responses to a slut-shaming on Facebook’, Social Media + Society.

Jane, E. A. (2015) ‘Flaming? What Flaming?: The Pitfalls and Potentials of Researching Online Hostility’, Ethics and Information Technology, 17(1): 65-87, DOI: 10.1007/s10676-015-9362-0

Jane, E. A. (2014) ‘“Back to the kitchen, cunt”: speaking the unspeakable about online misogyny’, Continuum – Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 28(4): 558-570, DOI: 10.1080/10304312.2014.924479

Jane, E. A. (2012) ‘“Your a ugly, whorish, Slut”: understanding e-bile’, Feminist Media Studies, 14(4): 531–546. DOI:10.1080/14680777.2012.741073

Mantilla, K. (2015) Gendertrolling: How Misogyny Went Viral. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

Marwick, A. (2014) ‘Gender, sexuality, and social media’, in J. Hunsinger and T. Senft (eds.), The Social Media Handbook. New York: Routledge.

Moss, T. (2016) Speaking Out: A 21st Century Handbook for Women & Girls. Sydney: HarperCollins.

Penny, L. (2014) Unspeakable Things: Sex, Lies and Revolution. London, New Delhi, New York, Sydney: Bloomsbury.

Phillips, W. (2015) This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things: Mapping the Relationship Between Online Trolling and Mainstream Culture. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Stryker, C. (2011) Epic Win for Anonymous: How 4chan’s Army Conquered the Web. New York: Overlook Duckworth.

Vincent, N. A and Jane, E. A. (2017 – in press), “Conclusion: Beyond Law: Protecting Cyber Victims Through Engineering and Design”, in Elena Martellozzo and Emma A. Jane (eds.), Cybercrime and its Victims: An International Perspective. Routledge: Oxon.