Led by Amanda Lenhart and Michele Ybarra of the Center for Innovative Public Health Research, this Data & Society project conducted a nationally representative landline and mobile phone survey of 3,000 Americans ages 15 years and older to quantify the prevalence of online harassment, cyberstalking, and digital domestic violence. Recognizing that witnessing abuse can also have a negative impact, the researchers further investigated the extent to which people witness others’ abusive behavior online. The project provides a better understanding of how abuse is perpetrated and experienced through technology.
- Nonconsensual Image Sharing
- Online Harassment, Digital Abuse, and Cyberstalking in America
- Social Media Use by Americans, 2016 (Data Memo)
- Intimate Partner Digital Abuse
This project is supported by a grant from the Digital Trust Foundation.