What is Campus Sexual Misconduct in a Digital Age (CASMIDA)?

CASMIDA is a research project that seeks to understand the ways in which digital technologies, such as social media, online platforms, and mobile applications, shape and are shaped by “sexual misconduct” in campus settings in Singapore. Sexual misconduct is defined as any nonconsensual action of a sexual nature, including but not limited to sexual voyeurism, (digital) sexual harassment, and image-based sexual abuse.

As young people are invisibly tethered to digital technologies, we are interested in their implications for all members of the student population, especially survivors, bystanders, and support persons.

Our Team

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Learn more about what resources are currently available for survivors, bystanders, and support persons.

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