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    Matricola
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    Tesi stalking

    Ciao a tutti!!
    Sto preparando una tesi sperimentale sullo stalking e ho bisogno dell'aiuto di tutti voi! Su questo link

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YQTZ9FT

    trovate un questionario e vi sarei davvero molto grata se poteste compilarlo e magari farlo girare!
    Le risposte sono assolutamente anonime e non ho modo di rintracciare il rispondente!
    Grazie a tutti quelli che vorranno aiutarmi!

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    Postatore Epico L'avatar di kyoko226
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    fatto


    da leggere per favore:


    regolamento ops

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    Grazie molto gentile!!

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    Partecipante Veramente Figo L'avatar di puzzola.88
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    anch'io l'anno scorso ho fatto la tesi sullo stalking!!! cmq fatto!!

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    Citazione Originalmente inviato da puzzola.88 Visualizza messaggio
    anch'io l'anno scorso ho fatto la tesi sullo stalking!!! cmq fatto!!
    Compilativa o sperimentale? E come è andata?? Io, come hai potuto vedere, la sto facendo sperimentale...ma mi sono tirata la zappa sui piedi!!!!!
    Cmq grazie!!

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    Partecipante Veramente Figo L'avatar di puzzola.88
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    io compilativa.. ci ho messo pochissimo a farla e ho preso il massimo dei punti.. anche alla specialistica la farò compilativa tanto x ora ho una media alta quindi è inutile andarmi a complicare la vita...

  7. #7

    Re: Tesi stalking

    Salve a tutti,dovrei fare una tesi compilativa triennale sullo stalking,ma non riesco a trovare molto materiale e articoli recenti..potreste aiutarmi,farmi capire come posso impostare la tesi..qualsiasi consiglio è gradito...grazie mille

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    Una riflessione sullo stalking maschile o anche definito sindrome della strega (witch’s syndrome)
    Il modo più comune di fare stalking da parte delle donne inizia durante il sorgere della crisi matrimoniale o di convivenza
    con il rifiuto dell'intimità e attraverso pressioni economiche e morali. Sono esempio anche il rendere difficile il rapporto padre figli “….papà non da i soldi alla mamma perché è cattivo !!!.”, o “…non ho potuto comprarti il gioco che tu tanto desideravi perché papà non mi ha dato i soldi!!!", e ancora "la mamma non può stare con te perché deve andare a lavorare perché papà non mi da i soldini !!!" ecc.,ecc. Man mano che la relazione coniugale si esaurisce le affermazioni diventano sempre più cattive e destruenti, tanto da divenire impossibile per una sempre e più massiccia aggressività che portano l'uomo a una rassegnata e negativa convivenza specie quando esistono ragioni economiche che non consentono alternative. Questo rende più penosa e pericolosa all'intero gruppo famigliare la vita quotidiana. In questo contesto si possono rilevare anche violenze psicologiche e fisiche contro i figli da parte della madre. La “violenza famigliare" che se ne genera è solo in minima parte “fisica” risultando più drammatica quella “psicologica” che è il più delle volte, ed è la peggiore, un forte corteggiamento il cui esito è tendente al completo distacco dei figli dal padre. Il ricorso alla separazione che precede il divorzio non risolve il problema dello stalking verso gli uomini, al contrario diventa sempre più presente dopo la separazione, sia nella gestione dei figli delegittimando la figura paterna, sia in campo economico per rendere invivibile la vita all'ex partner.
    Quindi come può un uomo tutelarsi per non diventare la preda? La mia soluzione è stata quella di emigrare in una cosidetta “zona protetta” in cui non è autorizzata la "caccia"

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    Partecipante Assiduo L'avatar di bunny@81
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    Citazione Originalmente inviato da kirtsen87 Visualizza messaggio
    Salve a tutti,dovrei fare una tesi compilativa triennale sullo stalking,ma non riesco a trovare molto materiale e articoli recenti..potreste aiutarmi,farmi capire come posso impostare la tesi..qualsiasi consiglio è gradito...grazie mille
    ciaooo.. devo fare pure io la tesi sullo stalking..ci possiamo scambiare info sul materiale? o hai già finito magari...helppp

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    Alcuni articoli recenti:

    CYBERSTALKING AND COLLEGE-AGE STUDENTS: A BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS ACROSS SCHOLARLY DATABASES.
    By: PIOTROWSKI, CHRIS; LATHROP, PETER J. College Student Journal. Sep2012, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p533-536. 4p. Abstract: Research on the topic of cyberbullying has proliferated over the past decade, particularly on its impact on school-aged children (see Piotrowski, 2011). However, there is limited research on the incidence and impact of cyberstalking, a related type of cyberabuse, on college-age students. Thus, it would be of interest to examine the extent of research interest in the topic across the leading databases in the social sciences and education. This paper reports on cited references, via a keyword search, for the term cyberstalking. The results showed that PsycINFO, Academic Index, Sociology Abstracts, and PROQUEST Direct indexed the majority of articles on this aberrant social malady. These findings indicate that perhaps college counselors and administrators in higher education may not be aware of the extent and impact that cyberstalking may have on college-age students. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] (AN: 79547310)
    Argomenti: CYBERSTALKING; DATABASES; COLLEGE students -- Crimes against; COUNSELING in higher education; KEYWORD searching; BIBLIOMETRICS
    Adding insult to injury: effects of interpersonal rejection types, rejection sensitivity, and self-regulation on obsessive relational intrusion.
    By: Sinclair, H. Colleen; Ladny, Roshni T.; Lyndon, Amy E. Aggressive Behavior. Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p503-520. 18p. 1 Diagram, 2 Charts, 2 Graphs. Abstract: This study tested the I3 model [Finkel, 2007; 2008] of intimate partner violence as applied to obsessive relational intrusion (ORI) to assess the relation among self-regulation, rejection, rejection sensitivity (RS), and stalking-related aggression. In Study 1, participants ( N=221) read one of three vignettes: no relationship termination, an 'internal' rejection (involves an internal attribution to the rejected as cause of relationship ending), or an 'external' rejection (external attributions for relationship demise). Next, participants experienced one of two conditions manipulating self-regulation (no depletion vs. depletion). Finally, participants rated their likelihood of engaging in ORI (e.g. unwanted pursuit and/or aggression). Consistent with predictions, participants receiving an internal rejection reported higher aggression than participants experiencing an external rejection, especially when depleted of self-regulation. Study 2 extended the design of Study 1 by adding in a screening survey of RS. Internal rejections still yielded more aggression than other conditions, but this was especially so when rejection-sensitive persons were depleted of self-regulation. In addition to providing support for the I3 model of aggression, this research shows that not all types of rejection are created equal. Aggr. Behav. 37:503-520, 2011. © 2011 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1002/ab.20412. (AN: 65804119)
    Argomenti: INVECTIVE; INTIMATE partner violence; REJECTION (Psychology); AGGRESSION (Psychology); INTERPERSONAL relations; MEDICAL screening
    STUDENT STALKING OF FACULTY: RESULTS OF A NATIONWIDE SURVEY.
    By: MORGAN, ROBIN K.; KAVANAUGH, KATHERINE D. College Student Journal. Sep2011, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p512-523. 12p. Abstract: Stalking behaviors on college campuses have been studied and recognized for some time. However, student stalking of college faculty has remained relatively unrecognized. In the present study, college faculty across the United States completed online surveys about their experiences with student stalking in order to obtain lifetime and twelve month prevalence rates. Faculty reported demographic information about their campuses, the types of stalking behaviors experienced, characteristics of the student stalkers, emotional reactions to the stalking incidents, and the impact that student stalking had on the faculty member's behavior in and out of the classroom. Current results replicated previous research on university stalking (Morgan, 2009), both in terms of reported stalking rates and types of stalking behaviors reported. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] (AN: 66893528)
    Argomenti: UNITED States; INTERNET surveys; STALKING; UNIVERSITIES & colleges -- Faculty; STALKERS; COLLEGE students -- Psychology; E-mail systems; CLASSROOMS; TEACHER-student relationships
    The Association Between Different Types of Intimate Partner Violence Experienced by Women.
    By: Krebs, Christopher; Breiding, Matthew; Browne, Angela; Warner, Tara. Journal of Family Violence. Aug2011, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p487-500. 14p. 4 Charts. Abstract: Those who experience intimate partner violence (IPV) are often subjected to multiple types of victimization such as physical violence, sexual violence, psychological aggression, and stalking. However, relatively few studies have used a national population-based sample and multivariate methods to analyze the associations between these different types of violence. This study uses multivariate methods to analyze a national population-based sample of women in order to document empirically the extent to which different types of IPV overlap, while controlling for personal and behavioral characteristics. Results indicated significant levels of overlap, with victims often experiencing more than one type of victimization by an intimate partner. Findings also indicated that women who had experienced violence by non-intimate partners were often more likely to experience violence by intimates. Finally, women who had experienced stalking by an intimate were more likely to experience more forms of IPV on average than those who had experienced physical violence, sexual violence, or emotional aggression. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1007/s10896-011-9383-3. (AN: 63498142)
    Argomenti: ABUSED women; AGE distribution (Demography); AGGRESSION (Psychology); AUTOMATIC data collection systems; COMPUTER software; EMPLOYMENT (Economic theory); EPIDEMIOLOGY; INTERVIEWING; MULTIVARIATE analysis; RACE; SAMPLING (Statistics); SEX crimes; STALKING; SURVEYS; LOGISTIC regression analysis; PILOT projects; DATA analysis; CROSS-sectional method; INTIMATE partner violence
    Online Obsessive Relational Intrusion: Further Concerns About Facebook.
    By: Chaulk, Kasey; Jones, Tim. Journal of Family Violence. May2011, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p245-254. 10p. 5 Charts. Abstract: Use of online social networking sites such as Facebook has burgeoned in the last 5 years. We examine these sites as facilitators of Online Obsessive Relational Intrusion (o-ORI)-a much-talked about, but relatively un-researched online phenomenon. We draw parallels between the types of behaviors conducted online and those identified in the literature on relational intrusion and its more extreme relative, stalking. We present a frequency analysis of students' behavior on Facebook and find evidence of relational intrusion from both offenders and targets. The behaviors can be classified into five different categories, including: primary contact attempts, secondary contact attempts (i.e., contacting others connected to the target), monitoring or surveillance, expressions, and invitations. We conclude that Facebook facilitates behaviors that are indicative of obsessive relational intrusion and that such behaviors have implications for users' privacy and security. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR] DOI: 10.1007/s10896-011-9360-x. (AN: 60104316)
    Argomenti: CHEATING (Education); COMPULSIVE behavior; FACTOR analysis; FRIENDSHIP; INTERNET; INTERPERSONAL relations; RESEARCH -- Methodology; MEDICAL ethics; PRIVACY; SOCIAL networks; SOCIAL skills; STALKING; SURVEYS; E-mail; DATA analysis; UNDERGRADUATES
    Introduction to this issue: International perspectives on stalking.

    Advances in stalking risk assessment.
    By: McEwan, Troy E.; Pathé, Michele; Ogloff, James R.P. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p180-201. 22p.
    By: Meloy, J. Reid; Felthous, Alan. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p139-140. 2p. Abstract: An introduction to the journal is presented in which the guest editors discuss the international perspectives regarding stalking. DOI: 10.1002/bsl.982. (AN: 59552918)
    Argomenti: STALKING; INTERNATIONAL law
    Same-gender stalking in Sweden and Australia.
    By: Strand, Susanne; McEwan, Troy E. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p202-219. 18p. 2 Charts.
    Management and treatment of stalkers: Problems, options, and solutions.
    By: MacKenzie, Rachel D.; James, David V. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p220-239. 20p.
    The female stalker.
    By: Meloy, J. Reid; Mohandie, Kris; Green, Mila. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p240-254. 15p. 4 Charts.
    Key questions to consider in stalking cases.
    By: Sheridan, Lorraine; Roberts, Karl. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p255-270. 16p. 4 Charts.
    In ESCOHOST ci sono 147 articoli pubblicati su riviste "peer reviewed" negli ultimi 10 anni che riguardano diversi aspetti dello "stalking". Chi li vuole mi mandi un PM con un indirizzo mail e glie li invio.

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