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Social Media and Domestic Violence

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These are the slides I gave for a talk at the Feminst Forum on March 18th, 2013

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Social Media and Domestic Violence

  1. From Survivor to Superhero Social media and the changing face of domestic violence.Sunday, March 17, 13
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  3. Domestic Violence Monument in SecondLifeSunday, March 17, 13
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  5. “There is no binary division to be made between what one says and what one does not say; we must try to determine the different ways of not saying such things, how those who can and those who cannot speak of them are distributed, which type of discourse is authorized, or which form of discretion is required in either case. There is not one but many silences, and they are an integral part of the strategies that underlie and permeate discourses” (Foucault, 1979, p. 27).Sunday, March 17, 13
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  7. The Duluth Model Agencies work together to try new approaches. When agencies—from 911 to the courts—work together to create policies and procedures that interweave together, the whole system works in coordination to more effectively hold batterers accountable. Each agency has a part in identifying and rectifying gaps that hurt women. Each agency can do its job better. It keeps women safe because it is developed from their own voices of experience. Sometimes policies or plans that are developed and thought to help women who are battered actually cause more harm than good. The Duluth Model approach keeps the voices of victims central to any policies or plans that are made by including victims and the advocates who work closely with them in all decision making. We realize that to keep women safe, we have to help abusive men change. When the Duluth Model first began, women told us that they wanted us to work with their partners—that helping their partners change is what would most keep them safe. So, we began nonviolence courses to help abusive men look more closely at their actions, intentions and beliefs and the effect their actions had on their partners and others. Because it helps men get to the core of their actions and beliefs, our men’s nonviolence program is the most replicated program for men who batter in the world.Sunday, March 17, 13
  8. “When discussing victims, the public often holds them personally responsible for the abuse. Victims are blamed for provoking the abuse because of their behavior. They are also blamed for not leaving because they are too weak, not in control, or too passive. These explanations place the blame directly on the victim. However, when discussing the abusers, people use explanations — alcohol use and childhood abuse — that place the blame on factors external to the individual” (Berns, 2009, p. 30).Sunday, March 17, 13
  9. http://www.policymic.com/articles/26810/why-blaming-rihanna-for-staying-with-chris-brown-is-so-wrongSunday, March 17, 13
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  11. First, domestic violence is common and deadly, and being a celebrity isn’t enough to escape it. It is the leading cause of injury to women — more than car accidents, muggings, and rape combined. At least one in three women worldwide has been beaten, coerced into sex, or otherwise abused during her lifetime. Yet most commentators haven’t examined the pervasiveness or roots of domestic violence in our society, but have instead focused on belittling Rihanna’s intelligence and chiding her for not being a better role model. What we should be talking about is how misogyny runs so deep in our culture that even wealthy and talented young women like Rihanna (and Tina Turner, Halle Berry, and Madonna, etc.) not only can be victims of violence, but also get blamed for it.  Although Chris Brown has received his share of (well-deserved) criticism, what about all the other celebrity abusers? Where is the outrage at Charlie Sheen, who shot his fiancé, beat his girlfriend, and received a restraining order from his ex-wife? What about Sean Penn, who beat Madonna with a baseball bat? And Sean Connery, who verbally and physically abused his first wife? The list goes on, and there’s definitely a racial element to the discrepancy in outrage that should be explored. Yet all these men are incredibly successful, and seemingly paying little or no consequences for their crimes. No one asks why they’re not better role models — they’re just boys being boys and theyve done their time. Who do we continue to demonize? Rihanna. And the message we send? Violence against women is no big deal.  Julie Strupp, http://www.policymic.com/articles/26810/why-blaming-rihanna-for-staying-with-chris-brown-is-so-wrongSunday, March 17, 13
  12. Transformative Practices • Reconstructing Social Identity • Self Narrate Victimhood • Collect Information • Establish Community • Gamify Domestic AbuseSunday, March 17, 13
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  14. Transformative Practices • Reconstructing Social Identity • Self Narrate Victimhood • Collect Information • Establish Community • Gamify Domestic AbuseSunday, March 17, 13
  15. Reconstructing Social IdentitySunday, March 17, 13
  16. PostSecret • “I  have  tried  to  create  a   nonjudgemental  “place”  where   every  secret  is  treated  respectfully.   In  this  safe  environment,  where   there  is  no  social  cost  for  exposing  a   guarded  secret  to  millions,  it  might   be  easier  for  someone  to  confess  an   embarrassing  story,  hidden  act  of   kindness,  or  sexual  taboo.  People   have  told  me  that  facing  their  secret   on  a  postcard  and  releasing  it  to  a   stranger  have  allowed  them  to   uncover  passions,  experiences,   hopes,  regrets,  and  fears  that  have   been  too  painful  to  otherwise   acknowledge”  (Warren,  2007,   Introduction).Sunday, March 17, 13
  17. Eyes as seeing the unseenSunday, March 17, 13
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  19. Physically externalizing emotional pain/abuse in relation to the human bodySunday, March 17, 13
  20. Spatializing abuse as physical rooms/spacesSunday, March 17, 13
  21. Posted on June 20, 2009 by postsecret More photos by postsecret Views 7,107 Tags Report Image Login to leave a comment profitina on October 24, 2009 People compliment me on my compassion, then are shocked at how bitchy I can be at those closest to me. profitina on October 24, 2009 People always find it ironic how compassionate I can be towards others when Im capable of being a total bitch to those closest to me silverbullet108 on October 1, 2009 #3 made me smile. trishDCMA on September 29, 2009 This makes me sad. not only because they ARE sad, but because I never really got to know my father, and will never have the chance to. RIP! amirahsyuhada on September 12, 2009 I have tears in my eyes immediately when I read number 3 postcard, sometimes children never know that their father love them more than anything until something happen. lauraloowho on August 29, 2009 the world peace one applys to me it makes me feel like i will never be able to accomplish anything good in the world if i cannot even resolve problems in my own lifeSunday, March 17, 13
  22. Transformative Practices • Reconstructing Social Identity • Self Narrate Victimhood • Collect Information • Establish Community • Gamify Domestic AbuseSunday, March 17, 13
  23. Self-Narratives Narratives are not just a conveying a story, they also are “constitutive” of realitySunday, March 17, 13
  24. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOdPLr4zyNUSunday, March 17, 13
  25. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-luJWp2_SISunday, March 17, 13
  26. Transformative Practices • Reconstructing Social Identity • Self Narrate Victimhood • Collect Information • Establish Community • Gamify Domestic AbuseSunday, March 17, 13
  27. Connect Access Visibility DangersSunday, March 17, 13
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  29. Transformative Practices • Reconstructing Social Identity • Self Narrate Victimhood • Collect Information • Establish Community • Gamify Domestic AbuseSunday, March 17, 13
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  31. Connect Access Visibility DangersSunday, March 17, 13
  32. Transformative Practices • Reconstructing Social Identity • Self Narrate Victimhood • Collect Information • Establish Community • Gamify Domestic AbuseSunday, March 17, 13
  33. • “Compared with games, reality is disconnected. Games build stronger social bonds and lead to more active social networks. The more time we spend interacting within our social networks, the more likely we are to generate a subset of positive emotions known as “prosocial emotions” (McGonigal, 2011, p. 82).Sunday, March 17, 13
  34. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shd7qiQ1gLcSunday, March 17, 13
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  36. Thank you http://cutecattheory.com @cutecattheorySunday, March 17, 13

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