Do you identify as a woman? Then I regret to inform you that—just like you've probably been catcalled on the street while wearing your baggiest clothes on a day you feel like garbage—you will probably encounter online misogyny.
Author: Nina Jankowicz
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Political Science
"Blisteringly witty." Kirkus "An essential guide." Publisher's Weekly "Timely." Booklist When Nina Jankowicz's first book on online disinformation was profiled in The New Yorker, she expected attention but not an avalanche of abuse and harassment, predominantly from men, online. All women in politics, journalism and academia now face untold levels of harassment and abuse in online spaces. Together with the world's leading extremism researchers, Jankowicz wrote one of the definitive reports on this troubling phenomenon. Drawing on rigorous research into the treatment of Kamala Harris - the first woman vice-president - and other political and public figures, Nina also uses her own experiences to provide a step-by-step plan for dealing with harassment, abuse, doxing and disinformation in online spaces. The result is a must-read for researchers, journalists and all women with a profile in the online space.
Drawing on rigorous research into the treatment of Kamala Harris--the first woman vice-president--and other political and public figures, Nina also uses on her own experiences to provide a step-by-step plan for dealing with harassment, ...
Author: Nina Jankowicz
Category: Political Science
"All women in politics, journalism, and academia now face untold levels of harassment and abuse in online spaces. Together with the world's leading extremism researchers, Jankowicz wrote one of the definitive reports on this troubling phenomenon. Drawing on rigorous research into the treatment of Kamala Harris--the first woman vice-president--and other political and public figures, Nina also uses on her own experiences to provide a step-by-step plan for dealing with harassment, abuse, doxing, and disinformation in online spaces"--
Research in Women's Studies Using Online Databases Steven D. Atkinson, Judith Hudson. tory is on nine records , feminism and art history marxist on one ; and feminism and corsets is on five . One may wish to restrict a free- text search ...
Author: Steven D. Atkinson
Publisher: Psychology Press
Category: Social Science
Women Online focuses on the problems of investigating interdisciplinary topics in women's studies, working with controlled vocabularies and inconsistent indexing, and locating feminist scholarship. The authoritative contributors to the book not only analyze these problems in general terms but also suggest practical strategies for making online research more effective and productive. The sixteen chapters in this much-needed book are organized into three broad categories covering disciplines, such as humanities and social sciences; format of the material covered, such as non-bibliographic and cited reference databases; and specific topics, such as lesbian studies and women of color. Chapter authors employ a variety of useful methods to analyze issues of coverage and content. They compare the results of controlled vocabulary and free-text or full-text searching and make use of search examples, cited reference and multi-file searching, and bibliometric techniques, including analysis of recall, precision, overlap, relevancy, uniqueness, and trends in file growth. The Database Matrix provides an alphabetical listing of files discussed in the book and serves as a directory for online research in women's studies. Women Online will be useful to librarians, scholars, and students who search databases, as well as to producers who design and market them.
The second point he addresses is sensitivity of the subject of Muslim women's online presence, which requires much ethical ... Bunt suggests here that, as a man, he did not feel justified to research exclusively female environments, ...
Author: Anna Piela
While issues surrounding Muslim women are common in the international media, the voices of Muslim women themselves are largely absent from media coverage and despite the rapidly increasing presence of Muslim women in online groups and discussions, it is still a relatively unexplored topic.This book examines Muslim women in transnational online groups, and their views on education, culture, marriage, sexuality, work, dress-code, race, class and sisterhood. Looking at both egalitarian and traditionalist Muslim women's views, the author considers their interpretations of Islam and identifies a new category of holists who focus on developing the Islamic sisterhood. Drawing on detailed analysis of online transcripts, she highlights women's rhetorical techniques and the thorough knowledge of Islamic sources which they use to justify their points in online discussions. She details how in the online context, as opposed to offline interactions, Muslim women are much more willing to cross boundaries between traditionalist and egalitarian interpretations of Islam and women's Islamic rights and responsibilities and to develop collaborative interpretations with supporters of different views. Shedding light on a candid and forthright global community, this book is an important contribution to the debate on women in Islam, and as such will be of interest to scholars and students of Islamic studies, gender studies, media studies and the Middle East.
in a hostile online environment. The creation and maintenance of hostile cyberspaces, in turn, constrains the way women are able to inhabit and to act in such spaces. This matters because, as Jessica Megarry summarises, 'equality online ...
Author: Louise Richardson-Self
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
This book aims to understand why women are the targets of online hate speech and how we can stop this from occurring.
As I looked toward the future, I had a vision of women everywhere having access to the gospel on the Internet and sharing with each other. If every woman who visited the Women Today Magazine and Christian Women Today Websites shared ...
Author: Katherine Kehler
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
There are so many wonderful examples of women who have inspired us with the fulfillment of their dreams. Yet many women are waiting for someone to point them in the right direction. Many are waiting for someone to provide clear steps they can follow for determining what God wants to do with their lives. Entrepreneur, Katherine J. Kehler shares six steps of faith that can help every woman turn her dreams into reality.
Your Step By Step Guide To Doing Online Dating For Women HowExpert, Amma Ampofo. himself and a potential match. I have definitely sent a first message to a man (nowadays, more often than not because I know what I want and I grab the ...
Category: Family & Relationships
If you are a woman who wants to learn how to do online dating the right way, then get "How To Do Online Dating For Women" written by a woman with a lot of experience meeting and dating men from online dating. If you want to learn the best way to handle dating online, look no further—this is the guide on how to get the best experience out of online dating—for women! This book offers simple answers and advice on how to succeed in a quick and easy step-by-step guide. In How To Do Online Dating For Women, you’ll find amazingly helpful hints on how to: - Add the online advantage to your day-to-day regular dating life. - Get plentiful messages from the men you really want to hear from. - Save the most money by making the most of free online dating sites. - Create a profile that is genuine and still alluring. - Use your profile pictures to put your best face forward! - Sharpen your interpersonal/social skills while hunting down Mr. Right. - Make every weekend (and even weeknights!) truly memorable and fun-filled. - Inspire confidence in yourself and feel great about the adventurous woman you know you can be. - You’ll be the envy of all your girlfriends with your new found dating prowess. Each chapter details the best approach to each and every aspect of the online dating scene with step-by-step instructions that are incredibly easy to put into practice! How to Date Online: For Women will revolutionize the way you date! HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.
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Author: Margot Starbuck
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Does the thought of joining a dating site invoke feelings of fear and anxiety—or, worse, insecurity or unworthiness? If so, then The Grown Woman’s Guide to Online Dating is the book for you. With practical advice about how these sites work, what to expect, and when to join and quit, along with proven tips for making the most of them, The Grown Woman’s Guide equips readers with all they need to take the plunge. Four years after an unexpected divorce, bestselling writer and funny lady Margot Starbuck found herself venturing into the unknown waters of online dating. What she discovered surprised her—and changed her. With her signature sharp wit and a solid biblical foundation, Margot shares what she learned, including how to: determine which sites are best and what to expect; write a first message that is most likely to get a response; avoid common pitfalls in creating your profile; and live out the truth that you are God’s beloved. So dive into embracing your true value and drawing closer to God even in the midst of fear and questions. Because whatever your endgame might be, richness awaits. Margot promises, “You got this, girl!” “Gives you concrete steps for dating well, from the beginning to the end, all while reminding you just how loved you already are.” —Chrystal Evans Hurst, bestselling author and speaker “With humor, wisdom, and practical answers, Margot’s heart and voice shine through this book, and I can’t wait to send it to my single friends!” —Bianca Juarez Olthoff, pastor, speaker, and author of the bestselling How to Have Your Life Not Suck
This could indeed now be any woman, from any walk of life. Online gambling has nimbly leaped the social divide. The Adult Gaming Centre (AGC) arcade or bingo hall ten years ago might have been frequented by predominantly working-class ...
Author: Liz Karter
Why do so many women with gambling addiction relapse? Lifelong recovery requires much more than to just stop gambling. Women’s groups provide long-term benefits and support and have proven to be highly successful in promoting recovery from gambling addiction. By following the story of a real women’s group for problem gambling over the course of a year, Liz Karter explains how, for women, both the cause of and the cure for gambling addiction lies in relationship. Karter shows clearly how learning to face and cope with real life situations and relationships is essential to maintain recovery. She shares the themes which run through each women’s group, such as fear of trusting others, and the guilt, shame and risk associated with being truly seen and heard. Women’s Groups for Problem Gambling shows that with a combination of specialist intervention, women’s group support, courage and compassion, women can learn to stop running from their addiction and instead find joy and support in building relationships and communities. This highly accessible book provides a unique opportunity to gain a very personal insight into the group process, both for therapists and clinicians and for women wishing to better understand their addiction.
From paper to online media With the rise of the Internet in Iran, websites, including personal weblogs dedicated to women's issues, mushroomed.166 In cyberspace, Persian-language blogs offered areas to promote free expression “outside ...
Author: Roja Fazaeli
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
This book explores the contentious topic of women’s rights in Muslim-majority countries, with a specific focus on Iran and the Iranian women’s movement from 1906 to the present. The work contextualizes the authorial self through the use of personal narrative and interviews. A new critique of Islamic law is produced through an in-depth study of the Iranian Constitution, civil and criminal codes. The work presents a novel reconceptualization of the term "Islamic feminism" by revisiting the arguments of various scholars and through analysis of interviews with Iranian women’s rights activists. It is contended that the feminist movements can play a critical role in Islamic law reform and consequently the eventual implementation of international human rights law in Muslim-majority countries. What emerges from this study is not only a feminist critique of two major regimes of law, but also the identification of possibilities for reform in the future. The study transitions from the Iranian national context to the international by way of a comparative legal study of international human rights laws and Islamic laws. The book will appeal both to academics and human rights practitioners.