[Air-L] question re research on hostility towards women in online communities
reach at julianhopkins.net
Wed Nov 23 01:57:22 PST 2011
Consalvo, M. (2002). Selling the Internet to Women: The Early Years. In M.
Consalvo & S. Paasonen (Eds.), Women and Everyday Uses of the Internet.
Agency and Identity. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
- This and more in that book would be relevant as earlier work.
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2011 15:08:09 +0000
From: elham gheytanchi <elhamucla at hotmail.com>
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I was wondering if there is research about hostility/ (verbal) violence
against women in online communities?
I am particularly interested in this question "is Farsi (Persian) speaking
online communities, such as blog sphere and Persian social media are hostile
towards women/ female bloggers and online participants?"
I would greatly appreciate any feedback. You can email me directly.
Sociology, Santa Monica College
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