This BWJP webinar focuses on how sexual violence manifests in cyberspace, including non-consensual distribution of pornography and sextortion (2019).
This article reports on the various techniques used to abuse victims digitally when they are not present in the home or nearby area. Because of new apps and integrated platforms, abusers can now control thermostats, televisions, music, and lights, all from a distance using a cell phone (2018).
This BWJP webinar highlights the 2009 Partner Rape Study which explored the prevalence of intimate partner rape in adult sex offenders and domestic violence offenders in treatment in Colorado (2015).
This BWJP webinar focuses on strategies for working with LGBTQ survivors of violence, with an emphasis on service members and veterans (2014).
This BWJP webinar presents findings from the Australian Communications Consumer Advocacy Network funded study “Domestic violence and communication technology: Victim experiences of intrusion, surveillance, and identity theft” (2019).
This OVW-funded webinar describes a new protocol developed in Massachussetts for assessing risk of men who attend batterer intervention programs (2018).
This article dispels the myth that abusers harm their partners because they are suffering from a mental illness. While mental illness can play a role in abusive relationships, the author states that abusive behavior and mental illness are two separate entities in an intimate partner relationship (2015).