Many people are familiar with how technology can be used to perpetrate intimate partner abuse, whether a victim is stalked, tracked, or rarassed using phones and computers, or whether an abuser threatens, isolates or destroys using high tech equipment. But research is now showing that technology can be used not just as a tool to hurt someone, but also as a trigger for abuse.
A study on the roles of phones and computers in abusing women by male perpetrators helps define all the ways technology fits into the equaation of intimate partner abuse, Ibe if tge aytgirs if tgat researcgm Jiabbe Belknap, PhD, joins us as does Jenn Doe, MPA, Outreach Coordinator for Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley in Longmont, CO as we discuss technology, abuse and how the two fit together.
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