Index

Gendered Domestic Violence and Abuse in Popular Culture

ISBN: 978-1-83867-782-4, eISBN: 978-1-83867-781-7

Publication date: 30 November 2020

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(2020), "Index", Ramon, S., Lloyd, M. and Penhale, B. (Ed.) Gendered Domestic Violence and Abuse in Popular Culture (Emerald Studies in Popular Culture and Gender), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 239-244. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-83867-781-720201012

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INDEX

Abuse
, 67, 126, 129–130

'Abused women’s narratives
, 62

Abuser
, 67

Activism
, 6–7

Age
, 2

Amore Criminale’ [Criminal Love]
, 25

Anorexia
, 83

‘Antifemicide’ law
, 23

Audiences
, 36–37

Australia
, 99–100

data on child abuse in
, 101–102

violence in indigenous communities in
, 109–112

Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)
, 104, 114, 117–118

Australian media. See also Mass media

coverage of child abuse
, 100

landscape
, 102–104

Baby Chase: How Surrogacy Is Transforming the American Family, The
, 84

Backlash
, 6–7

‘Battered’ woman
, 87

Bias
, 161

Big Little Lies
, 68–71

Biological theories
, 19–20

#BlackLivesMatter movement
, 36

Bondage Discipline Sadism and Masochism (BDSM)
, 51

British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
, 3, 35, 39, 233

Celebrity
, 45–47

Child

exploitation
, 107

grooming
, 173

lack of transparency in child protection systems
, 110–112

protection
, 100, 101–102

Child abuse. See also Domestic violence and abuse (DVA); Elder abuse
, 99–100, 232

Australian media coverage
, 100

Australian media landscape
, 102–104

child abuse/protection
, 126

data in Australia
, 101–102

deaths
, 100, 116

exposure and accountability of perpetrators in powerful positions
, 116–118

harnessing public education potential of media
, 118

interconnectedness of different forms of child abuse
, 106–108

media reporting on child abuse and system reform
, 112–116

protecting children online
, 108–109

violence, objectification and resistance
, 104–106

violence in indigenous communities in Australia
, 109–112

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP)
, 173

Child sexual exploitation (CSE)
, 173, 181–186, 234

Children’s rights
, 107

Class
, 2

Codification
, 17

Coercive control
, 62–63

“Colour-blind” approach
, 187

Commission for Children and Young People (CCYP)
, 111

Constructivism
, 18–19

Context provision
, 157–160

Coronavirus pandemic [COVID-19]
, 6

Council of Europe Convention
, 5

Counting Dead Women project
, 128, 135–137

Crazy Love: A Memoir
, 84

Crime

of honour
, 19–22

in United Kingdom
, 175–177

Criminal act
, 143

Criminal Justice system
, 233

Crown Prosecution Service (CPS)
, 174

Cultural/structural frame
, 163

Custody
, 71–75, 230

Daily Mail
, 35, 37–38, 178–179

Daily Telegraph, The
, 5, 184

Digital activism
, 36

Digital connectivity
, 4

Digital revolution
, 2–3

[Dis]ability
, 2

Discourse

analysis approach
, 37, 229

practices
, 20–22

Dolores Claiborne [1995]
, 63

Domestic abuse
, 5

Domestic homicide
, 37, 49

Domestic setting
, 129, 142

Domestic violence (DV)
, 16, 82, 91, 230

case
, 23–26

genre
, 66–68

beyond Hollywood
, 68–75

in Italian Media and Press
, 18–22

literature analysis
, 18–22

methodology
, 22–23

narration
, 23–26

postawareness
, 62–64

postfeminism
, 64–65

screening in Hollywood film
, 62

Domestic violence and abuse (DVA). See also Child abuse
, 1–2, 34, 80, 227

activism and backlash
, 6–7

celebrity and royal connections
, 45–47

context of study
, 34–36

ethical reporting
, 52–53

journeying
, 7–9

legislative context
, 4–6

methodology
, 36–37

‘sex game gone wrong’ defence
, 49–52

tabloidisation
, 47–49

TED Lecture
, 81–83, 89–90

transformative potential
, 11

victim blaming narrative
, 37–43

victims receding from view
, 43–45

Elder abuse
, 126

Counting Dead Women project
, 135–137

critical factors
, 129–130

Femicide census report
, 137

future possibilities
, 144–145

media reporting
, 132–133

media representations and older people
, 130–132

online news media reporting
, 133

recommendations for improving attitudes and awareness
, 143–144

theoretical perspectives
, 128–129

types
, 133–135

Electronic formats
, 35

English Defence League
, 235

Enough [film]
, 64–66

Episodic framing
, 157–160

Ethical reporting of DVA
, 52–53

Ethnicity
, 2

Facebook
, 35–36

Female abusers
, 161

Female violence
, 20–21

Female-perpetrated IPV
, 161–162

Femicide
, 16–17, 22, 25–26

census report
, 137

in Italian Media and Press
, 18–22

Feminism
, 229

Feminist jurisprudence model
, 162

Femminicidio
, 16–17

Film[s]
, 230

narratives
, 67

Folk devils, South Asian Men as
, 188–189

Frame
, 17–18

Framing
, 18

Gaslight [film]
, 63, 66

‘Gaslighting’
, 5

Gender

differences in reports of domestic violence
, 153–154

gender-based violence
, 16–17, 20–21, 203

in United Kingdom
, 175–177

Gendered DVA
, 1–2

‘Gendertrolling’
, 6–7

Genre
, 66–68

Global Gender Gap Index 2020
, 204–205

Gothic romance
, 66–67

Grand Theft Auto 5
, 4

‘Grass-roots’ approach
, 126

Guardian, The
, 45, 52, 178–179, 183–184

Hegemonic masculinity
, 175

Herald Sun newspaper
, 112–113, 115–116

Hollywood film, screening domestic violence in
, 62

Home Box Office (HBO)
, 68–69

Homogenisation process
, 103

Honour-based violence
, 44

Illiberal democracy
, 235

Independent newspaper
, 34–35

Independent Press Standards Organisation
, 53

Information campaigns
, 143–144

Instagram
, 35–36

Institutional

elder abuse
, 140–141

frame of responsibility
, 163

Interconnectedness of different forms of child abuse
, 106–108

Internal trafficking
, 173

International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW)
, 237

International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse (INPEA)
, 127

Intersectionality
, 2

Intimate partner homicide (IPH)
, 34, 155–156

Intimate partner violence (IPV)
, 16–17, 100, 150–151

Islamophobia, culture of
, 176

Istanbul Convention
, 5, 19–20

Italian newspapers
, 20–21

Jay inquiry
, 234

#Jaztudi campaign
, 201

consequences
, 218–220

in Slovenia
, 206–217

Journalism
, 102–103

Journalistic decision-making processes
, 118

Journeying
, 7–9

Just Before Losing Everything [Avant que de tout perdre]
, 71

Labour exploitation
, 174

Lecture
, 91

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities (LGBT communities)
, 154–155, 233

Lexis-Nexis
, 177–178

Little Big Lies
, 230

Localised grooming
, 173

Mail on Sunday
, 178–179

MailOnline
, 38–41

Mainstream media
, 35–36

Mass media
, 3, 236

newspapers
, 91

Media
, 17, 140–141

brands
, 3

coverage
, 17–20

discourse
, 20–22

harnessing public education potential of
, 118

outlets
, 150

in popular culture
, 2–4

responses
, 217–218

Media reporting

on child abuse and system reform
, 112–116

of DVA
, 53

of elder abuse
, 132–133

Media representation
, 126–128, 130–132, 177, 180

of older people
, 232

of perpetrators and victims
, 160–163

Member of Order of Australia [AM]
, 104

#Metoo campaign
, 200–201

#jaztudi campaign in Slovenia
, 206–217

contextualising sexual violence
, 201–205

media responses
, 217–218

#MeToo movement
, 6, 36

Mirror newspaper
, 42–43

Mistreatment
, 129–130

Mobile technologies
, 35

Mommy Wars: Stay-at-Home and Career Moms Face off on their Choices, Their Lives, Their Families
, 84

Moral panic
, 172

grooming and sexual exploitation
, 172–174

methodology
, 177–188

race, gender, crime and moral panics in United Kingdom
, 175–177

South Asian Men as folk devils
, 188–189

Muslim culture
, 176

‘Nagging wife’ positions women
, 42

Naked Truth, The
, 84

National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC)
, 189

National Referral Mechanism
, 174

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)
, 110–111

Neglect
, 126

Neo-patriarchy
, 202

Neoliberal democracy
, 235

News articles
, 150

News media
, 150

context provision and episodic vs. thematic framing
, 157–160

coverage of same-sex intimate partner violence
, 154–155

data source and search strategy
, 151

gender differences in reports of domestic violence
, 153–154

inclusion and exclusion criteria
, 151

media representation of perpetrators and victims
, 160–163

methodological issues
, 153

newsworthiness and sensationalism
, 155–157

study selection and data extraction
, 152

Newspapers
, 34–35

Newsworthiness
, 155–157

NorVold Abuse Questionnaire (NorAQ)
, 203

Objectification
, 104–106

Office of National Statistics (ONS)
, 82

Office of the Children’s Commissioner for England (OCCE)
, 185–186

Older people
, 130–132

Older women
, 128

Online news media reporting
, 133

Organisational abuse. See Institutional elder abuse

Organised abuse
, 118

Perpetrators
, 82

media representation of
, 160–163

Personal Safety Survey (PSS)
, 101

Popular culture
, 1, 63–64, 80

media in
, 2–4

Portrayal of victims
, 179–181

Post-socialism
, 201–202

Postawareness
, 62–64

Postfeminism
, 64–65

Problematisation
, 176

Psychological grooming
, 173

Public perceptions
, 34

Race
, 2

in United Kingdom
, 175–177

Resistance
, 104–106

Ritualised abuse
, 118

Royal connections
, 45–47

Run for Your Life [lifetime television movie]
, 65

Safe Haven [film]
, 67–68

Safeguarding Adult Reviews in England
, 142

Same-sex intimate partner violence (SSIPV)
, 150–151

coverage
, 154–155

‘Sawn-off shotgun killer’
, 47–48

Secondary victimisation
, 41–42

Self-grooming
, 173

Sensationalism
, 155–157

Sensationalistic reporting style
, 156–157

Separation assault
, 72

‘Sex game gone wrong’ defence
, 49–52

Sexual abuse
, 212

Sexual exploitation
, 172–174

Sexual harassment
, 217

Sexual misadventure defence
, 49–50, 51

Sexual orientation
, 2

Sexual sadomasochism
, 49

Sexual violence
, 200–201

contextualising
, 201–205

Sleeping with the Enemy [1991]
, 66

Slovenia
, 203

#jaztudi campaign in
, 206–217

Snowball effect
, 218, 219

Social factors
, 91

Social media. See also Mass media

communication
, 4

technologies
, 35–36

Sociocultural approaches
, 18–19

South Asian Men as folk devils
, 188–189

Speeches
, 21–22

Statutory agencies
, 186–188

Steiner, Leslie Morgan [advocate for women]
, 83–84

#Stopthesilence
, 205

Street grooming
, 173

Sun, The
, 178–179

Sun tabloid
, 35

Sunday Times, The
, 178–179

Tabloidisation
, 47–49

Tabloids
, 35

TED lecture
, 80, 231

active viewers
, 87–88

domestic violence and abuse
, 81–83, 89–90

impact
, 84–91

Leslie Morgan Steiner
, 83–84

technical effect
, 88–89

Telegraph, The
, 39, 183–185

Television
, 228, 236

Textual abuse
, 104–105

Thematic framing
, 157–160

Thriller
, 66

Times, The
, 43, 177–179

#TimesUp movement
, 6

Transformative potential
, 11

‘Trial by media’ concept
, 9

Twitter
, 35–36

UK national press
, 35

United Kingdom, race, gender, crime and moral panics in
, 175–177

Victim blaming
, 229

narrative
, 37–43

Victim[s]

empowerment
, 65

media representation of
, 160–163

Victimisation
, 106

Vigilante A [movie]
, 67–68

Violence. See also Domestic violence (DV)
, 104–106

in indigenous communities in Australia
, 109–112

Violence against women (VAW)
, 16–17, 19–20, 36–37, 139–140

Violent intimate relationships
, 16

Washington Post, The magazine
, 84

What’s Love Got to Do with It [1993]
, 63–64

Why Domestic Violence Victims Don’t Leave: Crazy Love
, 80

#WhyIStayed movement
, 6

Women’s Aid and Refuge
, 53

Women’s Views on News’ online platform
, 41

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day
, 127, 143–144

Zero Tolerance
, 53