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Tracey Spicer 13 Dec 18
Huge thanks to my for the brilliant book suggestions. Here are some I read and enjoyed over the past six months. The brilliant by is out in February. Hope you all have a lovely break coming up. See you in 2019!
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Karen Percy Jan 28
Just finished - an extraordinary piece of work from Incredible insight into the dark, troubled lives of the world’s worst trolls. Thoroughly researched, data on the true cost of damage done, and amazing access to the trolling world.
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Mariam Veiszadeh Feb 1
😔😢So I may have cried again as I read this interviewed me for her book “Just like my husband, lawyer & advocate Mariam Veiszadeh agrees to do an interview with me for the book. And then shortly beforehand, she cancels” More:
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Dr Kirstin Ferguson Feb 2
I have two very different books on the go at the moment ... but both are superbly researched, thought provoking and highly recommended reading. If you haven't done so already, be sure to pick up both. Congratulations 👏👏
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Joel Rheinberger Dec 16
My friend has written a book about predator trolls. And naturally, they have come out of the woodwork to attack it. And her. And her family. The book is not actually out yet, but they have very strong opinions about it...
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Steph Hume Apr 14
Spent a lovely afternoon at the Street Theatre today listening to in conversation with . An interesting and illuminating talk. Now I have a lot of reading to do.
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Juanita Phillips Mar 19
That’s the big question. addresses it in her book . Depends if you believe it’s an issue of workplace health and safety, or women should just shrug it off.
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Belinda Newham Feb 11
Full house for launch in tonight! Lots of people very excited to hear from about her experience and investigation.
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Sophie Yates Oct 22
Another great event - on her quest to understand how trolls think and why they do what they do
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Mrs Schofield Mar 14
Learning so much from this book! An advantage to working in an academic is having easy access to thought provoking books like this💻
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Allie Collyer Sep 11
Such a pleasure to meet the fabulous her work around predator trolling is so important.
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Just Dash Feb 18
Spotted! on hold and in demand at the library!
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Michelle Price Feb 11
It’s official official - the launch of what is already a huge success in ’s at with . A landmark book for the world, not just for Australia. Thank you for your tireless work on this critical issue, Ginger
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Brianna Bell ♿️ Feb 22
Just read ’s book on ’s recommendation and I’m so glad I did! Definitely add this one to your TBR pile if you’re a fan of non-fiction and Aussie authors 📚
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Crafting for the Apocalypse Jul 22
Good advice. Let's follow it.
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Paul Syvret Feb 21
Having a nightcap with and her totally absorbing . Brave and determined immersive journalism - call it activism if you must - at its best. 👍
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(ᴘᴇᴛᴇʀ ʙᴇʟɪᴇᴠᴇꜱ ɪɴ) ꜱᴄɪᴇɴᴄᴇ ɴᴏᴛ ᴅᴏɢᴍᴀ Dec 6
Every time a whines for attention on one of my posts, I smile: It means what I'm doing bothers them.👍😁 I don't give them air by replying or retweeting, but I see EVERY reply. Which is handy for .🧐 This one's persistent, but he can pound sand.
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🦄 Flip Prior 🦄 Jan 27
Online abuse, cyber trolling costing Australians $3.7 billion per year via ... new Australia Institute research commissioned by for development of her book
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Elisha Friday Matthews Nov 7
I finished reading by yesterday. I feel more knowledgeable and stronger for reading it. It's made me rethink my behaviour online. What I trust, what I share, how I react. Thank you Ginger for the dedication it took to write this x
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Ginger Gorman 🌈 Nov 25
People of colour get attacked more online. Here’s what you, as bystanders, can do to stop it. This works!
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