Archive: Social Media

"Online abuse is the same as real-world abuse in at least one respect: More often than not, it comes from men"

The left doesn't have a misogyny problem, men have a misogyny problem

If we really want to tackle online abuse we must look at the roots of it: male aggression

Opinion Former Articles

  • BSA: Social Media Seminar

    Social media is a fact of life and consumer, media and opinion-former involvement is growing fast. Many organisations are considering how to respond by looking at the opportunities that social media brings, but don’t have the know-how to build a strategy which could include: PR, marketing and customer relations. This seminar will deliver the tools to develop that strategy across the range of channels.

  • Abuse of social media rife in schools

    Teachers are being increasingly adversely affected by the abuse of social media, a survey by the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union, has found.

  • NASUWT: Teachers abused on social media sites (contains language some may find offensive)

    Social media is being used routinely to abuse teachers, a survey by the NASUWT, the largest teachers’ union has found.

  • ESRC: London 2012 will inspire tomorrow’s social scientists

    The London 2012 Games legacy is an ideal way of encouraging young people not only to take up sport but to engage with social science as well, researchers at Bournemouth University believe. Young people in Dorset will have the chance to question whether hosting London 2012 has brought benefits to the area in which they live as well as to the UK as a whole at an event as part of the Economic and Social Research Council’s (ESRC) Festival of Social Science.

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