In "SHAME NATION," co-authors Sue Scheff and Melissa Schorr survey the wreckage of the most shocking digital debacles--trolling, revenge porn, sexting, doxing, hacking and other malicious take-downs--revealing how truly pervasive online shaming has become and advising what we can do to stop it.

 

SHAME NATION is the first book on the market to offer expert advice to help readers avoid becoming victims themselves. The book also provides practical solutions how to handle a cyber-disaster, should one occur, as well as guides individuals how to recover from the emotional aftermath of a digital shaming. 

 

Finally, SHAME NATION details what we can do now in our families and communities to promote a healthier, safer digital environment for all.

 

 

 

SHAME NATION:

CHOOSING KINDNESS AND COMPASSION IN AN AGE OF CRUELTY AND TROLLING

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"Shamelessly fascinating"

-- Library Journal