Non Consensual Sharing

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Non Consensual Sharing by Mind Map: Non Consensual Sharing

1. Online/offline terminologi

2. Indequate Identity creation

3. Freedom of being online

4. Dissociation from offline identity

5. Shaping of the online self

6. Virtual worlds

7. Disinhibition

8. Online authority

9. benign disinhibition

10. Technology makes talking and transmitting easy

11. Anomynity

12. Techology makes it easy to harm others

13. Emotional discomfort of managing online/offline eprsona

14. real life consequences

15. online realationships

16. always being watched/surveillence

17. never offline

18. freedom of being online

19. cyberbulling

20. social aspect of being online

21. education in being online

22. tchonological mediation

23. transparency

24. lack of rules/power

25. identity creation

26. manage offline, rules, online

27. Sharers

28. Geographical distances invalid

29. online experiences are real

30. online as the liberator of women

31. social capital

32. virtual spaces offline inequalities on online worlds

33. online/offline terminologi inadequate

34. techonlogy makes everything less private

35. decreased self awareness

36. anomymitys role in online identity creation

37. identity creationc

38. harm enabled by anonymity

39. responsibility

40. privacy as a shield for the abuser

41. crime

42. freedom of eing anonomus

43. online/offline intersect

44. online as the liberator of women

45. fredom of being online

46. techonogical mediation

47. women as targets

48. offline inequalitites on the online worlds virtual spaces

49. control of identity

50. focauldian paower

51. never offline

52. stressing factor

53. lack of role models

54. digitalization as backbone of society

55. Furtherment of harm

56. widespread effect

57. change -> revolution

58. in-scripted misogyny

59. fault in system

60. non-emancipatory

61. do we have a choice?

62. unknown digital knowledge

63. Digital communication

64. intergation of virtual life

65. sharing practise

66. Teaching how to sahre

67. abusive practices

68. Hidden recoring

69. hacking practice

70. blackmail practise

71. manipulation

72. the internet remembers

73. CSR

74. Anonymous

75. Implementations of mediators

76. victim blaming

77. normalization through tech

78. request culture

79. online inequality

80. liberation tool

81. embodiment & identity

82. history of misogyny

83. collective misrepresentation

84. extention of self

85. emboied harms

86. communicative pictures

87. sexting practise

88. ear of the internet

89. sexuality as part of self

90. youth as frontrunners

91. data ownership?

92. private life/private settings

93. social/digital acceptance

94. lack of digital norms

95. change of moral perception

96. immature virtual society

97. technical difficulties in the mature segments

98. consequence of clicking

99. culture expectation

100. incorpated need for digital violence

101. power of anonymity

102. tool of oppression

103. normalization of behaviour

104. maturity of society

105. need for reinforcement

106. digital ambassadors

107. poor judgment

108. lack of knowledge

109. expectations of knowledge

110. male sex ed

111. education of police

112. discourse of fault

113. educatuio of the youth

114. lack of conceptual device

115. Who to blame?

116. Social acceptance

117. Era of social media

118. Societal problem

119. Organizational help

120. Laconic attitude towards victims

121. Contribution of technology

122. Cultural change

123. Sharing of sexual conquests

124. Reinforcement amongst the violators

125. Normalizations

126. Influence of the media

127. Peer pressure

128. Generation gap

129. Victimization

130. ‘Emotional’ violation by strangers

131. consent/right to decide

132. Sexual liberation of the public

133. Women’s sexuality as a taboo

134. Social trends

135. Societal influence

136. consent/right to decide

137. Victim blaming

138. Pressured by social frameworks

139. Empathy for the violator

140. Lack of dialogue

141. Normalization

142. Gender equality

143. objectifying/sexualizing of women’s body’s

144. Change of sexual discourses

145. Societal representation in porn

146. Revolution of women’s sexuality

147. Objectifying women

148. Bodyshaming

149. Enjoying the non-consent

150. Normalization of sexualizing women

151. Psychological violence

152. Will to hurt others

153. Ownership of others

154. Sense of superiority

155. Regaining power

156. Pleasure through dominance

157. Blackmailing vs. Revenge Porn

158. Sexual education

159. Twisted view on sexuality

160. Fascination for violence

161. Education towards rape

162. Right to decide

163. Revenge porn vs. Consent

164. What is consent?

165. Defining revenge porn

166. Clarification of consent

167. Fascination for absence of consent

168. #myconsent (you decide your consent/limits/boundaries)

169. Actual revenge (taking revenge through revenge porn)

170. Defining revenge porn

171. Intentional harming

172. The need for recognition

173. The need for consolution

174. Revenge porn vs. Consent