Technology and Teen Dating Violence Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
the use of power and control to manipulate, intimidate partner into unwanted sex, physical abuse, etc
When you share your screen you have to push the button that says "share computer audio" as well!
Thank you Erica S and Kaitlyn N!
knowing who to ask
not wanting to be blamed or characterized
poeople don’t believe them
hard to keep up with the tech/ apps to
messenger, snap chat, location etc
keeping up with what’s new out there
Social Media and the 'back pages'
informing youth about the safety features and importance of them
Also, the special jargon or images that have meaning
Because dating is changing but our education is not!
hard to tell its abuse when you're in it
Hard to monitor
Can be so secret
With quarantining and isolation this is the few ways that we still have to connect with youth.
it consumes young people
I work LGBTQ youth, so sometimes tech and internet provide a safe space for LGBTQ youth
It can impact youth negatively
harder to see and perhaps even more damaging
Chris Hazzard Kepler
Seems to be occurring so frequently.
the same safe and useful tools can turn harmful
Connect with alocal dv/sv crisis center in your area for a training on TDV
to spy on the victim
Keeping track of person; monitoring who they can be in contact with
insisting on looking at your partner's phone
spying on the victims
the social media - public abuse
controlling what people do online
stalking using gps
controlling who someone can or cannot follow/interact with
Bridget Bauman (CCIP)
There was a typo on the case citation. It should be 2009.
Also important to know about the service provider. Verizon keeps text messages and shows the numbers on the bill of who texted whom. Pay by month providers, like Boost do not keep any of that information.
Thank you for this very interesting information. An important topic.
thank you. have a great day