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Research Agenda

My research interests are unified by one core interest:  I am particularly interested in the way women, gender diverse people, LGBTQ+ individuals, and people facing marginalization and isolation experience interpersonal violence and stigma in social computing spaces. To accomplish this, rather than study one place, one technology, or one group of people, I seek to identify patterns of technological features and social organization that predict violence and tech abuse across different contexts. I use ethnographic and interview methodologies to talk to people to capture  their lived experiences with technology, personal identity, and violence. From a computer-supported cooperative work and feminist human computer interaction perspective, it is my goal with this work to contribute to developing an interdisicplinary for designers, support specialists, and communities in designing against tech abuse and supporting survivors. 

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