The New Age of Stalking: Technological Implications for Stalking (2010 Juvenile and Family Court Journal article)
Technology has led to tremendous advancements in our society but has also brought more danger to victims of stalking and given more tools for stalkers to use. New technology has made it more difficult for prosecutors and judges to hold stalkers accountable for their crimes, and without an understanding of how technology is misused by stalkers to track and monitor their victims, many victims don't get the justice they deserve. This article addresses the tremendous impact of technology on stalking, especially within the context of intimate partner stalking.
- Citation: Fraser, C., Olsen, E., Lee, K., Southworth, C. and Tucker, S. (2010, November). The New Age of Stalking: Technological Implications for Stalking, Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 61 (4), 39–55. doi: 10.1111/j.1755-6988.2010.01051.x
- Copyright 2010 National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.
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