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6 TIPS FOR NURSES USING SOCIAL MEDIA, American Nurses Association, Silver Spring, MD: September 2011.

10 WAYS NEWS MEDIA CAN BE ALLIES TO SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT, Women Escaping a Violent Environment, Sacramento, CA: 1997.

ALLEVIATING ANXIETY AROUND SOCIAL MEDIA AS A TOOL FOR PREVENTION, Ashley Maier, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Sacramento, CA: July 3, 2012.

ACT NOW TO STOP NEWSPAPERS FROM SILENCING WOMEN BY UNDERREPORTING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Jewish Women International, Washington, DC: October 2009.

THE ART OF THE TWEET-ALONG, Tom Erickson, National Jail Exchange, National Institute of Corrections, Washington, DC: 2012.

THE BIG PROBLEM WITH HOW WE REPORT ON SEXUAL ASSAULT ONLINE, Laura Stampler, NewsFeed, Time, October 25, 2013. Copyright © 2013 Time Inc.

BY ANY OTHER NAME, IT'S STILL RAPE CALLING SEX CRIMES 'STATUTORY RAPE' OR 'MOLESTING' DIMINISHES THE SEVERITY OF THE OFFENSE, Wendy Murphy, Patriot Ledger, Quincy, MA: February 25, 2008. Copyright © 2008 GateHouse Media, Inc.

CDC SOCIAL MEDIA TOOLS, GUIDELINES & BEST PRACTICES, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: updated January 21, 2010.

CONDUCTING SAFE, EFFECTIVE AND ETHICAL INTERVIEWS WITH SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL AND GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE, Video for Change Guide, WITNESS, November 2013.

COULD SOCIAL MEDIA HAVE STOPPED SANDUSKY?, posted by Amy Davidson, Close Read Blog, The New Yorker, June 18, 2012. Copyright © 2012 Condé Nast.

COVERAGE OF MOST RECENT ZIMMERMAN ARREST PROMOTES MYTHS ABOUT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, National Network to End Domestic Violence, November 19, 2013.

COVERING CHILD SEX ABUSE: LESSONS FROm THE SANDUSKY STORY (video ~ edited highlights), Sara Ganim, The Poynter Institute, July 9-10, 2012.

COVERING CHILDREN & TRAUMA ~ A GUIDE FOR JOURNALISM PROFESSIONALS, Ruth Teichroeb, Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma, New York, NY. Copyright © 2006 Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma.

DEAR MEDIA, CAN WE QUIT SAYING "DOMESTIC DISPUTE"?, Blog, Cindy Waitt, Sioux City, SD: November 4, 2013.

Distracted by Drama: How California Newspapers Portray Intimate Partner Violence (issue 13), John McManus and Lori Dorfman, Berkeley Media Studies Group, Berkeley, CA: January 2003. Copyright © 2003 Berkeley Media Studies Group.

Documentary Tracks Paths from Fear to Freedom, Katharine Goodloe, Dallas Morning News, April 9, 2005. Copyright © 2005 Belo Interactive, Inc.

EFFECTIVE OUTREACH THROUGH THE MEDIA, Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Madison, WI: 2004.

FACEBOOK PRIVACY SETTINGS CHECKLIST FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Alexandria, VA: November 2011.

FACEBOOK SAFETY FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Alexandria, VA: November 2010.

Flippant Headline Hurts, Bangor Daily News, Bangor, ME: May 27, 2005. Copyright © 2005 Bangor Daily News.

FOCUSING ON THE FULL PICTURE TELLING THE TRUTH ABOUT RAPE, Kelly McBride, Poynter Report, St. Petersburg, FL: May 5, 2003. Copyright © 1995-2009 The Poynter Institute.

GENDER MATTERS: PUMPING UP ONLINE YOUTH OUTREACH AND ENGAGEMENT (podcast), Audrey Gabe, PreventConnect, Sacramento, CA: June 2014.

Give us their names; tell us their stories, Brooky Brown, Coshocton Tribune, Coshocton, OH: November 21, 2004. Copyright © 2004 Coshocton Tribune.

THE GRAMMAR OF MALE VIOLENCE, Jennie Ruby, off our backs, September - October 2004.

A GUIDE FOR JOURNALISTS WHO REPORT ON CRIME AND CRIME VICTIMS, Bonnie Bucqueroux and Anne Seymour, Justice Solutions, Washington, DC: 2009.

THE HEALTH COMMUNICATOR'S SOCIAL MEDIA TOOLKIT, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: August 6, 2010.

HERE'S WHY WOMEN HAVE TURNED THE "NOT ALL MEN" OBJECTION INTO A MEME, updated by Kelsey McKinney, Vox, May 15, 2014. Copyright © 2014 Vox Media, Inc.

HOW THE INTERNET IMPACTS RAPE CULTURE, Jenn Nowicki, Campus Progress, Washington, DC: March 27, 2013.

HOW TO REPORT A TWITTER IMPERSONATOR (tutorial), International Association of Chiefs of Police, Alexandria, VA.

HOW TO SET YOUR FACEBOOK PROFILE PRIVACY SETTINGS (tutorial), International Association of Chiefs of Police, Alexandria, VA.

HOW TO WRITE ABOUT RAPE: RULES FOR JOURNALISTS, Jessica Valenti, Blog, The Nation, October 25, 2013. Copyright © 2013 The Nation.

iNCORPORATING EVALUATION INTO MEDIA CAMPAIGN DESIGN, Sharyn J. Potter, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: April 2008.

INTERVIEWS WITH MEDIA ~ TIP SHEET FOR CRIME VICTIMS, The National Center for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC. Copyright © 2004 The National Center for Victims of Crime.

JOHNSON COUNTY SHERIFF ~ THE SOCIAL MEDIA EXPERIMENT, Tom Erickson, National Jail Exchange, National Institute of Corrections, Washington, DC: 2012.

LAYERS OF STRATEGY, Berkeley Media Studies Group, Berkeley, CA: November 2011.

LEARNING TO SPEAK SOCIAL MEDIA, TechBeat, National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center, Rockville, MD: Fall 2012.

LET'S TALK ABOUT LOVE: A SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN (podcast of an interview conducted by PreventConnect), Lisa Fujie Parks and Camille Hayes, California Partnership to End Domestic Violence, Sacramento, CA: February 6, 2014. See Let's Talk About Love campaign.

MAKING THE CASE FOR COMMUNITY PREVENTION THROUGH MEDIA ADVOCACY, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: August 2011.

MAKING THE FRONT PAGE: USING MEDIA STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE INJURY AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAMS (webcast), Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, National Association of County and City Health Officials and Safe States Alliance, originally aired June 12, 2012.

Audio recording of the webcast (scroll down)

Messages that Resonate: Communicating the Value of Injury and Violence Prevention to the Media, Alisa Blum, National Association of County and City Health Officials

Media Preparation & Engagement, Brad Christensen, National Public Health Information Coalition

Making the Front Page, Nicole Daley, Boston Public Health Commission

MEDIA ADVOCACY GUIDE, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Sacramento, CA: 2009.

MEDIA GUIDELINES FOR BULLYING PREVENTION, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Rockville, MD.

MEDIA LITERACY, Partners in Social Change (volume XVII), Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Olympia, WA: Summer 2014. Copyright © 2014 Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs.

MEDIA OUTREACH MADE EASY ~ An Advocate’s Guide to Working with the Press, Vicki Cuscino and Pam Shea, National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Harrisburg, PA: March 1999.

MEDIA PACKET ~ INFO & STATS FOR JOURNALISTS, National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Enola, PA. Copyright © 2013 National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

MEDIA RELATIONS MADE EASY ~ A RESOURCE MANUAL TO HELP IMPLEMENT AN EFFECTIVE MEDIA RELATIONS PLAN, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, Enola, PA.

MEDIA SHEET ON SEXUAL ASSAULT IN COLORADO, Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Denver, CO: May 2014.

Media Spotlight Dims on Some Killings, Jennifer Emily, Dallas Morning News, Dallas, TX: July 20, 2006. Copyright © 2006 Dallas Morning News Company.

MEDIA, POPULAR CULTURE AND YOUTH: MEDIA LITERACY AS A VIOLENCE PREVENTION STRATEGY (podcast), Jyoti Venketraman and Andrea Quijada, 2013 National Sexual Assault Conference, Los Angeles, CA: August 28-30, 2013.

MOVING FROM THEM TO US ~ CHALLENGES IN REFRAMING VIOLENCE AMONG YOUTH, Lori Dorfman and Lawrence Wallack, Berkeley Media Studies Group, Berkeley, CA: August 2009. Copyright © 2009 Berkeley Media Studies Group.

NamE IT. CHANGE IT. SEXISM & EQUALITY DON'T MIX!, Rachel Joy Larris and Rosalie Maggio, Women's Media Center, New York, NY. Copyright © 2012 Women's Media Center.

Naming Rape Victims, Bob Steele, Poynteronline, St. Petersburg, FL: August 10, 2002. Copyright © 1995-2006 The Poynter Institute.

NAVIGATING THE WORLD OF SOCIAL MEDIA (fact sheet), American Nurses Association, Silver Spring, MD: September 2011.

NEW DIRECTIONS FROM THE FIELD: VICTIMS' RIGHTS AND SERVICES FOR THE 21st CENTURY ~ NEWS MEDIA COMMUNITY, OVW Bulletin, Office for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC: August 1998.

NEWS SKIPS CONTEXT IN 24-7 PETERSON COVERAGE, Anne Friedman Glauber, Women's eNews: November 21, 2007. Copyright © 2007 Women's eNews.

NNEDV RESPONDS TO FACEBOOK STATEMENT ON CONTROVERSIAL, HARMFUL AND HATEFUL SPEECH, National Network to End Domestic Violence, Washington, DC: May 29, 2013.

ONLINE ACTIVISM FOR SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION (podcast), Erin McKelle, PreventConnect, Sacramento, CA: June 2014.

ONLINE FEMINISM

#FemFuture: Online Revolution (volume 8) ~ full report and executive summary, Courtney E. Martin and Vanessa Valenti, Barnard Center for Research on Women, New York, NY: 2013.

The Future Of (Online) Feminism (infographic), produced by Valenti Martin Media, 2013.

Online Feminism ~ Creating Change and Running On Empty (infographic), produced by Valenti Martin Media, 2013.

PRESS KIT FOR MEDIA PROFESSIONALS REPORTING ON SEXUAL ASSAULT, Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Salt Lake City, UT.

PRINCIPLES FOR SOCIAL NETWORKING AND THE NURSE, American Nurses Association, 2011. Copyright © 2011 American Nurses Association.

PRIVACY & SAFETY ON FACEBOOK ~ A GUIDE FOR SURVIVORS OF ABUSE, Safety Net Project, National Network to End Domestic Violence and Facebook, Washington, DC: 2013. See project description.

PRIVACY CONSIDERATIONS WHEN POSTING CONTENT ONLINE, National Network to End Domestic Violence, Washington, DC. Copyright © 2010 National Network to End Domestic Violence.

THE PUBLIC HEALTH RISKS OF MEDIA VIOLENCE: A META-ANALYTIC REVIEW (abstract), Christopher J. Ferguson and John Kilburn, The Journal of Pediatrics (volume 154 [5], pages 759-763), May 2009. Copyright © 2009 Elsevier.

REPORTING ON CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE, The National Center for Victims of Crime, Washington, DC: 2012.

Reporting on INTIMATE PARTNER Violence, Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma, New York, NY: January 19, 2012. Copyright © 2012 Trustees of Columbia University of the City of New York.

REPORTING ON VIOLENCE: A HANDBOOK FOR JOURNALISTS, Jane Ellen Stevens, Berkeley Media Studies Group, Berkeley, CA. Copyright © 1997 Berkeley Media Studies Group.

Reporting on Violence: new ideas for television, print and web, Jane Ellen Stevens, Berkeley Media Studies Group, Berkeley, CA. Copyright © 2001 Berkeley Media Studies Group.

Reporting Sexual Assault: A Guide for Journalists, Michigan Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence, Okemos, MI: 2004.

RESOURCES FOR COVERING SEXUAL ABUSE OF CHILDREN, Poynter.News University, posted July 12, 2012.

SAFETY NET PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS IMPORTANCE OF PROTECTING ONLINE SAFETY THROUGH TWITTER, Safety Net Project, National Network to End Domestic Violence, Washington, DC: January 15, 2014.

SAMPLE DIGITAL SOCIAL MEDIA AND ENDORSEMENT POLICY, WOMMA, Chicago, IL.

SECURITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY ~ EXAMINING THE LINK BETWEEN ONLINE SOCIAL NETWORK ACTIVITY, PRIVACY AND INTERPERSONAL VICTIMIZATION, Billy Henson, Bradford W. Reyns and Bonnie S. Fisher, Criminal Justice Review (volume 36 [3], pages 253-268), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: September 2011. Copyright © 2011 Sage.

SEXISM AND RACISM RUN DEEP, Kim Gandy, National Organization for Women, New York, NY: April 17, 2007. Copyright © 1995-2007 National Organization for Women.

SOCIAL MARKETING: CHANGING ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIORS, Rose Luna, Texas Association Against Sexual Assault, Austin, TX: August 22-24, 2012.

SOCIAL MEDIA AND POLICE LEADERSHIP: LESSONS FROM BOSTON, Edward F. Davis III, Alejandro A. Alves and David Alan Sklansky, New Perspectives in Policing, Harvard Kennedy School Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management and National Institute of Justice, March 2014.

SOCIAL MEDIA AND PRIVACY TIPS FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVORS (page 1 only), Victim Rights Law Center, Boston, MA and Portland, OR: August 2012.

SOCIAL MEDIA FOR THE PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: A STUDENT'S PERSPECTIVE (podcast), Courtney Rasmussen, PreventConnect, Sacramento, CA: May 14, 2014.

SOCIAL NETWORKING & PRIVACY TIPS FOR DOMESTIC & SEXUAL VIOLENCE PROGRAMS, National Network to End Domestic Violence, Washington, DC. Copyright © 2010 National Network to End Domestic Violence.

SOCIETY'S THEATER OF VIOLENCE COMES THROUGH IN PETERSON TRIAL, Michael Martin, The Dartmouth, University Wire, Hanover, NH: November 17, 2004. Copyright © 2004 The Dartmouth via U-WIRE.

Someday, With Help, News Media May Get It, Sheila Gibbons, Women’s eNews, June 21, 2006. Copyright © 2006 Women’s eNews Inc.

Speakers Criticize News Media’s Coverage of Domestic Violence, Brendan Selby, The Stanford Daily, Palo Alto, CA: March 4, 2004. Copyright © 2004 Stanford Daily Publishing Corporation.

SWEDISH NEWSPAPER TO NAME MEN GUILTY OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, Agence France Presse, Channel NewsAsia International, November 14, 2004. Copyright © 2004 Agence France Presse.

TeCH TOP 10 GUIDELINES ~ SOCIAL MEDIA USE BY PROGRAMS & STAFF, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, Enola, PA, and Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Harrisburg, PA: 2011.

TeCH TOP 10 TIPS ~ SOCIAL MEDIA USE BY SURVIVORS, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, Enola, PA, and Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Harrisburg, PA: 2011.

TEENS, KINDNESS AND CRUELTY ON SOCIAL NETWORK SITES, Amanda Lenhart, Mary Madden, Aaron Smith, Kristen Purcell, Kathryn Zickuhr and Lee Rainie, Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project, Washington, DC: November 9, 2011.

TELLING THE FULL STORY: AN ONLINE GUIDE FOR JOURNALISTS COVERING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Warwick, RI: February 28, 2012. Copyright © 2012 Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

Terror at Home: Domestic Violence in America to Air April 10, Lifetime Television, April 1, 2005.

THEY ALL FALL DOWN: A SERIES ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Cindy Bevington, KPC News, Northeastern Indiana, October 8, 1999 – November 18, 2001.

A TOOLKIT: MAKING COMMUNICATIONS CONNECTIONS, FrameWorks Institute, Washington, DC.

TRAGEDIES & JOURNALISTS ~ A GUIDE FOR MORE EFFECTIVE COVERAGE, Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma, New York, NY. Copyright © 2003 Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma.

TRENDS IN TEEN COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL MEDIA USE: WHAT'S REALLY GOING ON HERE? (webinar presentation), presented jointly by Girl Scout Research Institute and Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project,originally presented on February 9, 2011.

TWEETING YOUR WAY TO BETTER COMMUNITY RELATIONS, Michele Coppola, TechBeat, National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center, Gaithersburg, MD: Summer 2013.

The Ultimate Media Campaign: Affecting Social Change, Reshape (issue 10), Sexual Assault Coalition Sharing Project, Spring 2004.

USING THE MEDIA TO ADVANCE YOUR ISSUE, Advocacy Institute, Washington, DC. Copyright © 2004 Advocacy Institute.

USING SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGICALLY FOR EFFECTIVE ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUG ABUSE AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION (webinar presentation), U.S. Department of Education's Higher Education Center, Washington, DC: originally hosted on February 2, 2011.

WAMO Stops the Music to Talk About Stopping Violence, Adrian McCoy, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh, PA: March 2, 2005. Copyright © 2005 P.G. Publishing Co.

We Must Call Domestic Violence by its Right Name, Pam Russell, The Morning Call, Allentown, PA: June 20, 2005. Copyright © 2005 The Morning Call, Inc.

WHAT IS SEXUAL VIOLENCE? INFO & STATS FOR JOURNALISTS, National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Enola, PA. Copyright © 2012 National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

WhITE PAPER: A NURSE'S GUIDE TO THE USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA, National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Chicago, IL: August 2011.

WHO'S THAT GIRL? IMAGE AND SOCIAL MEDIA, Girl Scouts, New York, NY: 2010. See survey.

WHY AMERICANS USE SOCIAL MEDIA ~ SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES ARE APPEALING AS A WAY TO MAINTAIN CONTACT WITH CLOSE TIES AND RECONNECT WITH OLD FRIENDS, Aaron Smith, Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project, Washington, DC: November 14, 2011.

WORKING WITH THE MEDIA: A TOOLKIT FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS, Michigan Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence, Okemos, MI: 2004.

WORKING WITH THE MEDIA FOR PREVENTION, Stop It Now!, Northampton, MA: 2012.



 


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