Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts
Elisabeth Jay Friedman
The topic of this thesis is policymaking and regulations around digital gender violence. This work intends to examine what methods effectively regulate and eradicate Online-Gender Based Violence (OGBV), a new type of Gender-Based Violence (GBV). Effective policymaking for the digital space has a significant impact on our society and especially on women as they remain the most objectified, attacked, and harassed on social media platforms. Therefore, social media needs an effective policy to address digital gender violence. Furthermore, the topic is relevant because policymaking around digital gender violence will advance the feminist movement’s fight and protect women and social media users.
Capella-Castro, Andrea Alejandra, "Ley Olimpia: Examining Policymaking Around Digital Violence" (2021). Undergraduate Honors Theses. 38.
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