Shame Nation: The Global Epidemic of Online Hate

Shame Nation: The Global Epidemic of Online Hate

Sue Scheff Melissa Schorr / Sep 16, 2019

Shame Nation The Global Epidemic of Online Hate In today s digitally driven world disaster is only a click away A rogue tweet could bring down a business an army of trolls can run a celebrity off line and virtual harassment might cause real psycho

  • Title: Shame Nation: The Global Epidemic of Online Hate
  • Author: Sue Scheff Melissa Schorr
  • ISBN: 9781492648994
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In today s digitally driven world, disaster is only a click away.A rogue tweet could bring down a business an army of trolls can run a celebrity off line and virtual harassment might cause real psychological damage.Shame Nation is the first book to explore the fascinating phenomenon of online shaming and offer practical guidance and inspiring advice on how to prevent andIn today s digitally driven world, disaster is only a click away.A rogue tweet could bring down a business an army of trolls can run a celebrity off line and virtual harassment might cause real psychological damage.Shame Nation is the first book to explore the fascinating phenomenon of online shaming and offer practical guidance and inspiring advice on how to prevent and protect against cyber blunders and faceless bullies Author and acclaimed Internet safety expert Sue Scheff unveils all sides of an issue that is only becoming relevant day by day while drawing from the expertise of other top professionals spanning fields including law, psychology, and reputation management.From damning screenshots to revenge porn, Shame Nation shines a light on the rising trend of online shame culture and empowers readers to take charge of their digital lives.

    SHAME NATION Book By Sue Scheff with Melissa Schorr Bustle Shame Nation named one of the best nonfiction books coming in October Booklist calls, Shame Nation a welcome and timely guide Library Journal says in part, The tales are shamefully fascinating.The book does not dwell on the psychological or sociological aspects of trolling or shaming, emphasizing practical advice instead. Shame Nation The Global Epidemic of Online Hate Sue Shame Nation is a terrific parenting resource, one that combines real life cautionary tales with practical solutions for every scenario This is a must read in the digital age for anyone who has an internet presence especially as teens are generally vulnerable to cyber shaming. The Shame of the Nation The Restoration of Apartheid The Shame of the Nation The Restoration of Apartheid Schooling in America Jonathan Kozol on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Since the early s, when the federal courts began dismantling the landmark ruling in Brown v Board of Education Mom Daughter made to swap short skirt for shame suit Sep , ORANGE PARK, Fla A mother claims her daughter was forced by her school to swap her too short skirt for what she calls a shame suit When year old Miranda Larkin went to U.S Flag Wall of Shame I called them and never heard back As of yesterday, their flag is still under the U.S flag U Haul asked them to take it down and they did for about a month Advertising signs should not be fastened to a staff or halyard from which the flag is flown Flag Code, Section i This is a screen Red Sox Nation Fan Club Boston Red Sox MLB Red Sox Nation Membership On Sale Now Join the official fan club of the Boston Red Sox, and show your Red Sox pride Take advantage of great benefits like MLB Gameday Audio on your computer, access to the exclusive members only area of redsox, e mail newsletters and membership packages are on sale now. The Captive Aliens Who Remain Our Shame by Annette It is a commonplace that being an American is a matter neither of blood nor of cultural connections forged over time It is, instead, a commitment to a set of ideals famously laid down by the country s founders, and refined over generations with a notion of progress as a guiding principle The Podcast Mortified Share the Shame New episodes every other Sunday The Mortified Podcast gives listeners an all access pass to Mortified Live readings worldwide plus special guests and interviews that pick up where the stage show ends. Live Events Mortified Share the Shame W itness a night of adults telling stories about their lives by sharing their most mortifying childhood artifacts diaries, letters, lyrics, poems, home movies in front of total strangers. Mortified Live has grassroots chapters in multiple cities worldwide some locations are monthly, others are only a few times a year Occasionally, we also do special events in other locations. Residential Schools Canada s Shame Shannon Thunderbird Gentle Readers, i f you read this page to the end, and stay in the moment while doing so, you are to be congratulated I know it is difficult to believe that Canada, a western democratic nation of such rich cultural diversity, a nation of highly respected global peacekeepers, carries shame and prejudice of this magnitude towards thousands and thousands of its own citizens.

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    1. Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell

      Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestWhen I was in high school, I was bullied online by several students I went to school with. It was in the early 2000s, when the internet was still a vast wilderness, and many people could say that they didn't "use the Internet" and not be given a look, like, "What, why not? What are you trying to hide?" These students said pretty much every awful kind of thing you can say to someone - vague threats, specific threats, encouragement to commit suicide [...]

    2. It holds a valid and worthy to be postulated (and detailed as it was) premise. And yet it has so much redundant messaging! It's nearly 4 star in the concepts exactly postulated to form protections and especially some THOUGHT before posting on social media and other information loaded sites. It also does a fair job of defining all the different varieties of "shaming". Most of which are not actually in MY own connotation of that practice. But I guess hers are all valid. By her varying examples (so [...]

    3. Thank you Netgalley for the ARC.I'm not sure I'm the right reviewer for this book. I really don't have a social media "presence" beyond and some reviews. There is a real trade-off between technology and privacy these days. Highways are more than one directional. The internet / "Information Highway" goes both ways.As a matter of fact, I think the whole internet is getting creepier and creepier. Example: I log onto some local news sites semi-regular and then into USA Today to do a crossword puzz [...]

    4. I won this book as a giveaway. 4.5 stars -- Not long ago, I heard a news story that deeply troubled me. It dealt with a resident of Las Vegas, who, after the mass shooting that happened there, decided that he no longer wished to have anything to do with guns or the gun culture. He made the decision to turn his legally-owned pistol and military-style rifle in to the local police department. He didn’t make the argument that this is what every gun owner had to do; it was just his personal decisi [...]

    5. Why is this word “nood” used so often in this book?! I don’t understand. I never see people say this! It really takes away from the seriousness of revenge porn, when you're reading phrases like “If you’re considering taking or sending a nood”Just to nitpick a little more before I get to why I didn’t care for this.There’s just so many cringeworthy words and phrases:“one option is hiring an online reputation management (ORM) firm to clean up your cybermess.”“cyberworld”“c [...]

    6. Having read and thoroughly enjoyed Jon Ronson's "So You've Been Publicly Shamed"I decided to request an ARC for this book."Shame Nation: The Global Epidemic of Online Hatebrings to the forefront this culture of internet trolls, ridiculing and the general hate that is displayed by people online. The book also does a deep dive into Social Media etiquette, highlighting ways to keep a great presence online along with how to deal with trolls. While I liked the examples in each chapters, particularly [...]

    7. Shame Nation is a must-read for all of us -- the path to creating a safer and kinder internet for all of us and our kids is understanding the scope and impact of all of our online actions. I love the combination of personal stories and the solution and activism focused answer to "what can we do?" Highly recommend.

    8. There’s lots of talk these days about cyberbullying playing out between kids 24-7, but what about adults who behave just as badly or worse?! Best-selling author and parenting advocate Sue Scheff was once a victim of adult cyberbullying and knows all too well of the havoc online harassment can cause. Since then, she has become a dedicated cybersafety activist who is committed to helping others recognize, prevent and respond to cyber-shaming.Leading with a foreward by Monica Lewinsky, Shame Nati [...]

    9. Smart, timely, well-researched and compassionately presented--I started recommending it to friends before I had even finished reading it! For all of us who want to end cyberbullying, this is a must-read!!

    10. I've seen and experienced first hand the effects of cyberbullying both as a student and a professional adult. It's something that follows you forever. You can't get away, and it's a topic that isn't discussed nearly enough, especially as many who haven't experienced it or don't know anyone who has experienced it, don't understand the seriousness of it. Recently my dad and I were discussing cyberbullying, and he said: "well we were just tougher in my day". My response was: "you went home at the e [...]

    11. This book addresses a very important modern-day problem: internet shaming. The first part of the book discusses various cases, some well-known--such as Justine Sacco and , and some not so well-known. The cases run the gamut from people simply being stupid or thoughtless to revenge porn to mean polls and memes to body shaming. Sometimes the shaming is even done simply to make the shamer look good (think, SJW’s and ultra-left). With the reach of the internet, shaming can quickly escalate with do [...]

    12. Bravo! This book will change lives. Shame Nation is powerful! As much as the Internet provides unlimited potential, there can be disastrous consequences if you navigate blindly. The fact is, a day doesn’t go by without witnessing examples of hateful speech, public shaming, and online bullying. Get informed and be prepared. This book is filled with practical advice and real-world examples, as well as powerful tools and strategies, to ensure that you thrive—and don’t become a victim. I highl [...]

    13. This book is a look at stories of people who have experienced online shaming and strategies to combat online hate, from not feeding the trolls to resources you can turn to if you or your child find yourself the victim of revenge porn or sextortion. The examples of public shamings were the most interesting part; Ronson's So You've Been Publicly Shamed covers the journalistic aspect of shaming online more thoroughly but there are some different and more recent examples here as well. Most of the ad [...]

    14. This book doesn't know what it wants to be, and it falls short on everything it tries to be. It's not an exploration of online shame -- it's far too shallow for that -- and it's not a book about combating online shame -- there are books which do this far better and without being Internet 101. A better book to read for the second is The Smart Girl's Guide to Privacy. For the first, I think being on the internet for any amount of time is more insightful than the glossing over a ton of stories with [...]

    15. Shame Nation by Sue Scheff is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late October.A book about the online sources of shame (private photos and videos made public, the vicious circle of needing social media to socialize while hating it, body shaming, revenge porn, rancorous tweets, and clearinghouse websites for fails, tirades, fights, and interpersonal tantrums) and how we all can work to end it and assist its victims (helping them to regain trust, not oversharing, remaining non-argumentative, an [...]

    16. Well written, the examples in the book makes for a reality check on how individuals are insensitive when they are interacting electronically.The book also gives out some good tools on how to manage social interaction and deal with cyber bullying.For anyone who has a social profile, this book gives a good perspective on the dangers of sharing in social media as well as guidelines on how to best navigate the risks.

    17. Very thought provoking book on the way many users behave on the Internet—many posting cruel and insensitive things they would never say in person to cases of outright bullying and harassment. It contains examples of consequences and ways to protect yourself. Truly made me rethink the use and purpose of social media in my own life.

    18. An eye opening look at this relatively new concept of online shaming.Revenge porn trolling horrible online attacks people suffer through.Excellent advice on steps to take to protect yourself,A very timely interesting read.

    19. Interesting book but it's more of a primer on how to avoid online attacks of viral shaming vs the psychological motivations of what makes a mob mentality start. Good points though and a slim read.

    20. The book was interesting and full of advice, but it seemed too long and sometimes pretty repetitive.I guess it's more of a manual of how to protect yourself from cyber bullying.

    21. In early 2017, I was interviewed for this book. The authors found me through HeartMob, a site that provides support to people who are being trolled or harassed online, after I was, well, trolled & harassed online. It's reminiscent of Jon Ronson's "So You've Been Publicly Shamed," but it has more anecdotes (which I love), & it was a really fast, interesting read on a topic I'm passionate about.

    22. This was certainly an eye opener. Shame has got to be the worst thing to happen to anyone, especially public shaming People who do this stuff online anonymously should lose sleep for what they do. People on this planet do have a dark side. This book was an interesting read. Very insightful.

    23. This is a great read, a must read, for anyone who isn't as internet savvy as many of us are. This details the epidemic of Cyber Bullying and Harassment. Much of what is written in this book, I learned through trial and error throughout the years. I wish there was a class that taught this topic in my schools growing up. It may have helped save some heartache myself. You see, I am a survivor of bullying and harassment. Both in the real world, and in the cyber world. And it still hasn't stopped. It [...]

    24. Anyone on Social Media needs to read this book! People can tear our lives apart without us doing anything wrong, or realizing it until after the fact. The book is full of stories by people hurt in this way. It's great for parents or teachers to educate the younger set just getting online. For the middle age to learn and teach their parents. Many of our Seniors today are being approached by Trolls online. Shame Nation teaches you how to STOP Trolls in their tracks. Trolls work overtime trying to [...]

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