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June 2005

A High-Tech Twist on Abuse: Technology, Intimate Partner Stalking, and Advocacy

Author(s): Cindy Southworth, Shawndell Dawson, Cynthia Fraser, Sarah Tucker
This paper highlights published literature and survivor's reports on the use of technology in intimate partner stalking. It includes safety strategies and a resource list for victim advocates.
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January 2005

Supporting Stalking Victims In The Military - Advice For Advocates

This resource highlights those interventions that are specific to this population.
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October 2004

Every Step You Take, Every Move You Make, My GPS Unit Will Be Watching You

Author(s): Michael Rosenwald
This article describes several tactics employed by abusers to track victims using technology. 'Technology may be ushering in a golden age of stalking, in which predators use GPS, cellphones and other devices to track and terrorize.'
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December 2003

New Frontiers of Stalking - Video Voyeurism

This article provides an overview of stalkers' use of new technology to monitor their victim's movements, and discusses legal protections for victims of video voyeurism.
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April 2002

Campus Stalking

Author(s): Connie J. Kirkland
Highlights issues and suggests practical options for responding to stalking incidents that occur in college and university campus communities. Includes a review of the history, definitions, and statistics related to stalking, offering useful resources.
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March 2002

Offering a Helping Hand: Legal Protections for Battered Immigrant Women, A History of Legislative Responses

Author(s): Janice V. Kaguyutan, Leslye E. Orloff
This article presents an overview of the history of legal protections for immigrant women who experience domestic violence in the United States. The document notes legal amendments since 1990 that reflect an increased understanding of the danger of domestic violence to the society as a whole and to individual survivors.
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November 2000

Full Report of the Prevalence, Incidence, and Consequences of Violence Against Women

Author(s): Patricia Tjaden, Nancy Thoennes
The National Violence Against Women (NVAW) Survey sampled both women and men and thus provides comparable data on women's and men's experiences with violent victimization. Respondents to the survey were asked about physical assault (including rape and stalking) they experienced as children by adult caretakers and about what they experienced as adults by any type of assailant. Respondents who disclosed that they had been victimized were asked detailed questions about the characteristics and consequences of their victimization.
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January 1999

Coordinated Community Response to Stop Violence Against Native Women

This publication describes effective collaborations between battered women's shelters and several community entities.
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January 1998

Incidence Rates of Violence Against Women: A Comparison of the Redesigned National Crime Victimization Survey and the 1985 National Family Violence Survey

Author(s): Ronet Bachman
This document highlights the differences between two of the largest U.S. surveys that attempt to measure violence against women, and explores the factors that attribute to the differences in incidence rates of violence in each study.
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Model Workplace Policy On Employer Responses to Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking

This model policy outlines guidelines for workplace responses to victims/survivors of violence and perpetrators of violence.
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What is Stalking?

"You are being stalked when a person repeatedly watches, follows or harasses you, making you feel afraid or unsafe. A stalker can be someone you know, a past boyfriend or girlfriend or a stranger." This handout offers tips to youth who are being stalked. 
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Introduction to the Violence Against Women Act

This resource describes special domestic violence criminal jurisdiction in the Violence Against Women Act of 2013 to respond to crimes committed by non-Indian offenders in Indian country.