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Laurel Hart, Pamela Lamb and Joshua Cader

networked online relationships and community spaces to girls is revisited in Cader’s consideration of young women’s access to online forums. Drawing from his background in internet-based social movements, Cader examines the misogyny and cyberviolence that

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Terms of Silence

Weaknesses in Corporate and Law Enforcement Responses to Cyberviolence against Girls

Suzanne Dunn, Julie S. Lalonde and Jane Bailey

Coauthor Julie S. Lalonde’s lived experiences with cyberviolence 1 highlight the kinds of barriers girls face when they are targeted online and the inadequacy of the responses they receive when they report it. The concepts we examine are grounded

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From Risk to Resistance

Girls and Technologies of Nonviolence

Laurel Hart

discourse, community development, and freedom from repressive social structures. Indeed, while online sites are notorious for cyberviolence, increased risk, and vulnerability, they are similarly acknowledged for their emancipatory and empowering