This page showcases all the research we have produced over the years on online abuse. Browse through them. This page showcases all the research we have produced over the years on online abuse. Browse through them.
This is the main paper from 2013:
Here are three papers from a more recent time
New paper on online abuse
Another new paper on online abuse
A third paper on online abuse
For those of you who hate to read, here's a video too
The original research behind Don’t Let It Stand is, in large part,
driven by the question that’s asked at the end of this video: Whose
Richa – writer and co-creator of Don’t Let It Stand – approaches this
question by talking about how, despite the popular view of the Internet
as a level playing field, offline structures of power such as caste,
gender, and sexuality are very much reconstructed online. Reflecting on
the original report, she traces the many kinds of gendered abuse that
have made their way onto the Internet, highlighting the non-legal
opinions and strategies from women both in India and beyond.
Plus, stick around for a discussion on online misogyny as built into
search engines like Google (consider this as bonus material for fans of
the report!) Learn about this and more in the video above.