Materials and Publications
This page presents project-oriented materials and publications.
Prevention Materials The image series of the Safer Internet Day campaign of the DGfPI e.V. “We need you!” are suitable for prevention workshops and further training. Interested professionals are welcome to download and use these materials for their work. Therefore, below you can download a) the overall campaign bundled in a PDF file, b) a supplementary method sheet, and c) the individual images of the image series. If you have any questions about the use of the prevention materials, please feel free to contact Ulrike Mund and Sylvia Fein by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Download Overall Campaign Download Method Sheet
Regularly, the consortium members document the progress of the project for the European Union as the funding institution in form of brief reports (so-called deliverables). Some of these reports are also addressing general public – among them the report on the ByeDV website.
Intermediate Data Analysis Summary
The consortium members regularly document the progress of the project for the European Union, the funding institution, in the form of brief reports (so-called deliverables). Some of these reports also address the general public, such as the intermediate data analysis summary. This summarizes the main interim results of the formative evaluation of the process of implementing empirical case-based recommendations for action in pedagogical practice.
In this monograph, the SRH Team will outline case-based recommendations for professionally addressing mediatized sexualised violence against children and adolescents. These recommendations were empirically and participatively developed within the framework of the BMBF sponsored project with the acronym HUMAN for the purpose of pedagogical practice.
In this article, Frederic Vobbe and Katharina Kärgel reflect on their experiences researching
mediatised sexualised violence against children and adolescents through the lens of research ethics.
In this article, Frederic Vobbe and Katharina Kärgel use an empirical foundation to explain how digital
media is intrumentalised in the context of mediatized sexualised violence against children and adolescents.