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new ADL (June 2020): Online Hate and Harassment Report: The American Experience 2020
new Council of Europe (May 2020): Study on different models of governance of online hate speech
new IFES (Nov 2019): Online Violence Against Women in Politics in Ukraine: An IFES Assessment
Jugendschutz.net (2019): Sexualized violence online: Better protect children and young people from sexual assaults and abuse
Comparitech (2019): Boundless bullies: survey on cyberbullying
Kätlyn Jürisaar (2019): Õpetajate Küberkiusamine Õpilaste Poolt: Kiusatute Tõlgendused Ja Kogemused (Cyberbullying of teachers by students). University of Tartu, Master thesis
APC Countries report for the project “From impunity to justice” as a part of the project “End violence: Women’s right and safety online”
CCSO Cybercrime Working Group (2013): Cyberbullying and the Non-consensual Distribution of Intimate Images. Report to the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Justice and Public Safety (Canada). June 2013.
Citizen Lab (2017): Submission of Submission of the Citizen Lab (Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto) to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on violence against women, its causes and consequences, Ms. Dubravka Šimonović. Citron, Danielle K. (2017): Addressing Cyber Harassment: An Overview of Hate Crimes in Cyberspace. University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law Legal Studies Research Paper, No. 2017-9.
Clark, Marilyn/Grech, Anna (2017): Journalists under Pressure. Unwarranted interference, fear and self-censorship in Europe. Council of Europe Publishing. Strasbourg.
Council of Europe (2007): Eliminating corporal punishment (A human rights imperative for Europe’s children). Strasbourg. ISBN 978-92-871-6182-6.
Council of Europe (2008): Protecting children from sexual violence (A comprehensive approach). Strasbourg. ISBN: 978-92-871-6972-3.
Council of Europe (2008): Eradicating violence against children. Strasbourg. ISBN: 978-92-871-6432-2.
Council of Europe (2016): Encouraging the participation of the private sector and the media in the prevention of violence against women and domestic violence: article 17 of the Istanbul Convention. Strasbourg
Council of Europe (2017): Bullying: perspectives, practice and insights. Strasbourg
Council of Europe/Data Protection and Cybercrime Division (2012):
Protecting children against sexual violence: the criminal law benchmarks of the Budapest and Lanzarote Conventions (Discussion paper), Strasbourg, December 2012. Crown Prosecution Service. Violence against Women and Girls. Crime Report 2015-16.
Dalla Pozza, Virginia; Di Pietro, Anna; Morel, Sophie and Psaila, Emma (2016): Cyberbullying among Young People. Directorate-General for Internal Policies - Policy Department C: Citizens' Rights and Constitutional Affairs. Study for the LIBE Committee. De Vido, Sara (2016): Donne, violenza e diritto internazionale. La Convenzione di Istanbul del Consiglio d’Europa 2011, 2016, 289 pp., ISBN: 978857536811.
Eckertová, Lenka; Dočekal, Daniel (2013): Bezpečnost dětí na Internetu (Safety of children in Internet) Praha: Albatros Media, 2013. 224 p., portr. ISBN: 978-80-251-3804-5.
EIGE, “Cyberviolence against women and girls” El Asam Aiman; Samara Muthanna (2016): Cyberbullying and the law: A review of psychological and legal challeng. Computers in Human Behavior 65 (2016) 127-141.
Erni, John Nguyet (2014): Sex/Text: Internet Sex Chatting and “Vernacular Masculinity” in Hong Kong. International Proceedings of Economics Development and Research, Vol. 44.
European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights. Violence against women: an EU-wide survey. (2014)
Feminism in India.com, ““Violence” Online In India: Cybercrimes Against Women & Minorities on Social Media” Fryling, Meg; Rivituso, Giacomo (2013): Investigation of the Cyberbullying Phenomenon as an Epidemic (2013)
Gálik, Slavomír (2014): Možnosti a nebezpečenstvá komunikácie na internete (Possibilities and dangers of online communication).Trnava: Univerzita sv. Cyrila a Metoda, Fakulta masmediálnej komunikácie, 2014. 165 p. ISBN: 978-80-8105-605-5.
Gardiner, Adelle (2012): The online behaviour of children and young people - Preliminary review of literature. Study for the Scotland’s Commissioner for Gender and Young People (2012).
Gleeson, Helen (2014): The Prevalence and Impact of Bullying linked to Social Media on the Mental Health and Suicidial Behaviour Among Young People. Literature review commissioned by HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention and Dept. of Education and Skills.
Global Fund for Women. Online violence: Just because it’s virtual doesn’t make it any less real. Gregussová, Monika; Drobny, Miroslav (2013): Deti v sieti (Children in the web) 2013. eSlovensko. 111 p. ISBN: 978-80-970676-6-3.
Al-Alosi, Hadeel (2017): Cyber-violence: Digital abuse in the context of domestic violence. In: University of New South Wales Law Journal, The, Vol. 40, No. 4, 2017: 1573-1603.
Henry, Nicola; Powell, Anastacia (2016): Technology-Facilitated Sexual Violence - A Literature Review of Empirical Research. [See also the references related to this publication at
Hinduja, Sameer and Patchin Justin W. Cyberbullying.org (2016): Description of State Cyberbullying Laws and Model Policies (U.S. based study, 2016)
Cyberbullying Data (2016) Holíková, Barbora; Madro, Marek (eds.) (2015): Virtuálna generácia (Virtual Generation). Bulletin of the Conference “Virtual Generation“. Bratislava. ISBN: 978-80-971933-2-4.
Holley, Peter (2015): Afghan women say hackers and threats have made them afraid of Facebook. The Washington Post, 18 September 2015. Hudecová, Anna; Kurčíková, Katarína (2014): Kyberšikanovanie ako rizikové správanie (Cyberbullying as risk behaviour). Banská Bystrica: Belianum, Univerzita Mateja Bela v Banskej Bystrici, 2014. 115 p. ISBN: 978-80-557-0745-7.
Insafe Helplines (EU based network of helplines for children and young people online issues)
Internet Governance Forum (IGF) (2015): Best Practice Forum (BPF) on Online Abuse and Gender-Based Violence Against Women Online (2015)
International Women’s Media Foundation’s Report Violence and Harassment against Women in the News Media: A Global Study (2014)
Langos, Colette (2012): Cyberbullying: The Challenge to Define. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, Volume 15, Number 6, 2012.
Lenhart, Amanda; Ybarra, Michele; Zickuhr, Kathryn, and Price-Feeney, Myeshia (2016): Online Harassment, Digital Abuse, and Cyberstalking in America. Data and Society Research Institute, Center for Innovative Public Health Research. 21 November 2016
Levi, Nathaniel; Cortesi, Sandra; Gasser, Urs; Crowley, Edward; Beaton, Meredith; Casey, June; Nolan, Caroline (2012): Bullying in a Networked Era: A Literature Review. Berkman Klein Center Research Publication No. 2012-17
Lewis, Ruth; Rowe, Michael; Wiper, Clare (2016): Online Abuse of Feminists as An Emerging form of Violence Against Women and Girls. The British Journal of Criminology. 30 September 2016.
Mapping Technology-based violence against women.
Mapping Technology-based violence against women. Take back the tech! Top 8 findings. (2012-2014) Marcum, Catherine D.; Higgins, George E.; Ricketts, Melissa L. (2014): Juveniles and Cyber Stalking in the United States: An Analysis of Theoretical Predictors of Patterns of Online Perpetration. International Journal of Cyber Criminology, Vol. 8, Issue 1.
Mijatović, Dunja (2015): Online threats of killing, rape and violence everyday reality for too many female journalists.
Moreno, Megan (2016): Electronic harassment: Concept map and definition.
Montagna, Anthony Stephen (2011): When Words Harm: Cyber Bullying: What Should the Legal Consequences Be for Abusive Speech? Is it Protected? Should it Be a Crime or Sanctioned Under Civil Liability Law? (June 9, 2011)
NCJRS Special Feature: Internet Safety - Cyberbullying and Cyberstalking (with several links to granted scientific papers on this issue)
Notar , Charles E.; Padgett, Sharon; Roden, Jessica (2013): Cyberbullying: A Review of the Literature. Universal Journal of Educational Research 1(1): 1-9, 2013 Notar, Charles E.; Padgett, Sharon; Roden, Jessica (2013): Cyberbullying: Resources for Intervention and Prevention. Universal Journal of Educational Research 1(3): 133-145, 2013.
Nyst, Carly (2014): Internet intermediaries and violence against women online. Facebook: A case study. July 2014.
Paasonen, Susanna (2010): Labors of love: netporn, Web 2.0 and the meanings of amateurism. New Media Society, 2010 12: 1297.
PACE (2016): Ending cyberdiscrimination and online hate.
Pew Research Center (July 2017): “Online Harassment 2017”
Plan International, “Because I am a Girl. The State of the World’s Girls 2010. Digital and Urban Frotniers : Girls in a Changing Landscape” Rogers, Vanessa (2011): Kyberšikana (Cyberbullying). Praha: Portál, 2011. 97 p. ISBN: 978-80-7367-984-2.
Stone, Kelly (2014): Looking at bullying and cyberbullying: mapping approaches and knowledge. Study for the Scotland’s Commissioner for Gender and Young People (2014). Ševčíková, Anna (2014). Děti a dospívající online (Children and adolescents online). Praha: Grada Publishing. 183 p. ISBN: 978-80-247-5010-1.
Short, Donn (2013): AB v Bragg Communications: Law's Next Steps: Should Bullying be a Tort ... or Even a Crime? Manitoba Law Journal, Vol. 37, No. 1, 2013.
Stairway Foundation Inc. “Cybersafe survey 2015” Tokunaga, Robert S. (2010): Following you home from school: A critical review and synthesis of research on cyberbullying victimization. Computers in Human Behaviour, 26(3).
Tsitsika, Artemis; Janikian, Mari; Wójcik, Szymon; Makaruk, Katarzyna; Tzavela, Eleni; Tzavara, Chara; Greydanus, Donald; Merrick, Joav; Richardson, Clive (2015): Cyberbullying victimization prevalence and associations with internalizing and externalizing problems among adolescents in six European countries. Computers in Human Behavior 51 (2015).
Reed, Lauren A.; Tolman, Richard M.; Ward L. Monique (2016): Snooping and Sexting - Digital Media as a Context for Dating Aggression and Abuse Among College Students. Violence Against Women. Volume: 22 issue: 13, page(s): 1556-1576. Stark, Evan (2007): Coercive control: How men entrap women in personal life. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
Stark, Evan (2012): Looking beyond domestic violence: Policing coercive control [Special issue]. Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations, 12, 199-217
UN Broadband Commission for Digital Development Working Group on Broadband and Gender. “Cyberviolence against Women and Girls” (2015)
UN Broadband Commission Working Group on Gender. Combatting Online Violence Against Women & Girls (2015): A Worldwide Wake-up Call. September 2015
UNODC (2015): Study of the Effects of New Information Technologies on the Abuse and Exploitation of Children.
Urban, Jennifer Ann (2017): The Need for Strict and Defined Cyberbullying Laws (November 20, 2013). van Doorn, Niels (2011): Digital spaces, material traces: How matter comes to matter in online performances of gender, sexuality and embodiment. Media Culture Society, Volume: 33 issue: 4, page(s): 531-547.
van Leeuwen, J.C. (2012): Literature review on the research on cyberbullying definitions. Universiteit Twente. Watts, Lynette K.; Wagner, Jessyca; Velasquez, Benito; Behrens, Phyllis I. (2017): Cyberbullying in higher education: A literature review. Computers in Human Behavior, Volume 69, April 2017, Pages 268–274.
WIKIGENDER Wittes, Benjamin; Poplin, Cody; Jurecic, Quinta & Spera, Clara. Sextortion (2016): Cybersecurity, teenagers, and remote sexual assault. Center for Technology Innovation at Brookings. May 2016.
Woodlock, Delanie (2016): The Abuse of Technology in Domestic Violence and Stalking. Violence Against Women. Volume: 23 issue: 5, page(s): 584-602