TODO List for Literature Review on Online Harassment
This page is a collaboration on AcaWiki to review articles about online harassment. Please list articles that need to be reviewed and other resources from journalism and citizen media. If you plan to review one of these articles, please put your name next to the article so we know that you're planning to summarize it.
Academic Articles on Online Harassment
- Graeff, Erhardt. Tweens, Cyberbullying, and Moral Reasoning: Separating the Upstanders from the Bystanders in Communication and Information Technologies Annual 2014. To be reviewed by User:Natematias
- Daniels, J. Cyber Racism: White Supremacy Online and the New Attack on Civil Rights. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Lanham, Md, 2009. To be reviewed by User:Natematias
- Citron, D.K. Cyber Civil Rights. Social Science Research Network, Rochester, NY, 2008.
- Citron, D.K. 2014. Hate Crimes in Cyberspace. (chapters 1-3) Cambridge, Massachusetts ; London, England: Harvard University Press.
- Crawford, K. and Gillespie, T. What is a flag for? Social media reporting tools and the vocabulary of complaint. New Media & Society, (2014),.
- Reagle, Joseph. 2014. “The Obligation to Know: From FAQ to Feminism 101.” New Media & Society. To be reviewed by User:Natematias
- Reagle, Joseph. 2012. “‘Free as in Sexist?’ Free Culture and the Gender Gap.” First Monday 18 (1).
- Shyong (Tony) K. Lam, Anuradha Uduwage, Zhenhua Dong, Shilad Sen, David R. Musicant, Loren Terveen, and John Riedl. 2011. WP:clubhouse?: an exploration of Wikipedia's gender imbalance. (WikiSym '11).
- Tufekci, Zeynep, and Kasey L. Spence. 2007. “Emerging Gendered Behavior on Social Network Sites: Negotiating between the Pull of the Social and the Fear of the Stalker.” In Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, San Francisco.
- Butler, Brian, Lee Sproull, Sara Kiesler, and Robert Kraut. 2007. “Community Effort in Online Groups: Who Does the Work and Why?” Human-Computer Interaction Institute (done)
- Sproull, L. & Faraj, S. (1995). Atheism, sex, and databases: The net as a social technology. In Brian Kahin and James Keller (eds.), Public Access to the Internet (pp. 62-81). Cambridge: The MIT Press. To be reviewed by User:Natematias
- Kraut, R. E. & Resnick, P. 2012. "Regulating Behavior in Online Communities" from Building successful online communities: Evidence-based social design. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. (done)
Journalism About Online Harassment
- This American Life podcast about Online Harassment
- Reply All podcast episode about college students harassed on YikYak
- Boing Boing article on How crowdfunding helps trolls profit from harassment
- Theory of Everything podcast Benjamen Walker case study on Kathy Sierra, and Danielle Keats Citron speaks about how to legally stop trolls
- Guardian article "A new study attempts to shed light on the behaviour of internet trolls"
- Model View Culture article by anonymous author re: Coordinated Online Terrorist Attacks / This is one person’s account of a large scale internet attack and the current state of online terrorism in the industry.
- Boing Boing article on A beginner's guide to the Redpill Right / The gnostic paradox of young, tech-savvy traditionalists, who see through everything except their own conspiracy theories
- Gawker article / The Psychopaths of GamerGate Are All That's Left, and They're Terrifying
- The Verge article / Twitter CEO: 'We suck at dealing with abuse' Dick Costolo says trolls are costing Twitter users
- Vox article / Men's Rights Movement and Internet Trolling
- Bustle article / I'm Brianna Wu, And I'm Risking My Life Standing Up To Gamergate
- Book / This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things, by Whitney Phillips
- Huffington Post article by Soraya Chemaly / Stop Minimizing Fraternity Misogyny
- NewStatesman article / "You should have your tongue ripped out": the reality of sexist abuse online, by Helen Lewis
- Verge article / If this is the beginning of the end of Reddit, then Reddit deserves to die, by T.C. Sottek Reddit's leadership banned a handful of the site's communities, also known as subreddits, after deciding they didn't fall in line with its new anti-harassment policies.
Community Stories and Citizen Resources on Online Harassment
Personal stories, public event videos, twitter conversations, all go here.
- Head of Customer Support at 37Signals Chase Clemons shares story about DHH canceling customer account due to harassment. "Thankfully we haven’t really had to do that with our customers really. I do remember stories of one customer before I started working at 37signals. The guy was really abusive and threatening with his emails. DHH exported his info and cancelled his account after multiple warnings and attempts to work things out."
- What to do if you've been doxx'd, Twitter story / Storify by Adria Richards.
- One week of harassment on Twitter, by Anita Sarkeesian - 157 tweets between 1/20/15 and 1/26/15
- How to Write Effective Community Guidelines, by Ligaya Tichy
- Global Voices Summit: Do We Feed the Trolls? by Ethan Zuckerman