Publications

Books | Book Chapters | Special-Issue JournalsJournal ArticlesBook Reviews | Policy Advising

Selected Invited Articles, Op-Eds., Blogs and Encyclopaedia Contributions

 


Books, Peer Reviewed

Shariff, S. (2016). Sexting e Cyberbullismo: Quali limiti per i ragazzi sempre connessi? (Edra S.p.A, Trans.) Milano, Italy (Italian translation under rights from Cambridge University Press). (Original published 2015).

​Shariff, S. (2015). Sexting and Cyberbullying: Defining the Line for Digitally Empowered Kids. New York: Cambridge University Press. Law Department.

Shariff, S. (2012). Ciberbullying: questoes e solcoes para a escola, a sala de aula e a familia. Porto Alegre, Brazil: Artmed. [Translation of Cyber-bullying: Issues and solutions for the school, the classroom, and the home, for distribution to schools across Brazil].

Shariff, S. (2009). Confronting Cyberbullying: What schools need to know to control misconduct and avoid legal consequences. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Shariff, S. (2008). Cyberbullying: Issues and solutions for the school, the classroom, and the home. Abington, Oxfordshire, UK: Routledge (Taylor & Frances Group). 
 

  


Book Chapters, Peer Reviewed

Shariff, S. (2013). Courting Digital Citizenship: Keeping kids out of court. In (Ria Hanewald, Deakin University, Ed, 2013). From Cyber Bullying to Cyber Safety: Issues and approaches in educational contexts. Nova Science Publishers, Inc., NSW: Australia, Ch. 10:169-191.

Shariff, S. (2012). Defining the Line: From Cyber-bullying to Digital Citizenship. In J. Beheshti & A. Large (Eds.), Children’s Information Behaviour. Scarecrow Press. Ch. 9: 195-212.


Special Issue Journals

Shariff, S., Jaswal, N., and Dietzel, C. (Eds.)  (2017). IMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Special Issue, Education & Law Journal. Carswell.

 


Journal Articles, Peer-Reviewed

Shariff, S. (in press). Clarifying Institutional Legal Responsibilities to Address Sexual Violence as UniversityContexts Expand Beyond Campus Borders to the Online Realm. In William Smale, Ed., 2017.Perspectives on Educational Law and Policy. Chapter 14. Word & Deed Publishing Incorporated. Expected Date of Publication, Fall, 2017.

Shariff, S. (in press). Defining the lines on rape culture in universities: A sustainable partnered approach. In D. Crocker, J. Minaker, & A. Nelund, (Eds.), An edited collection: Rape culture on Canadian university campuses. McGill-Queens Press.

Vemuri, A. (2018). “Calling Out” Campus Sexual Violence: Student Activist Labors of Confrontation and Care. Communication, Culture and Critique, (11)3, 498–502.

Garcia, C., and Vemuri, A. (2017). Girls and Young Women Resisting Rape Culture through YouTube Videos. Girlhood Studies, 10(2), 26-44.

Briones, E. (2017). Beyond Braces, Fillings, and Extractions: A social justice-oriented educational response. [Special Issue]: IMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Education & Law Journal. Carswell.

Garcia, C. and Vemuri, A. (2017). Theorizing Rape Culture: How Law, Policy and Educational Support Can Help End Sexual Violence. [Special Issue]: IMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Education & Law Journal. Carswell.

Lewington, S. and *Hutcheson, S. (2017). Navigating the Labyrinth: Policy Barriers to International Students’ Reporting of Sexual Assault in Canada and the United States. [Special Issue]: IMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Education & Law Journal. Carswell.

Rubineau, B. and Jaswal, N. (2017). Response is Not Prevention: Management Insights for Reducing Campus Sexual Assault.  [Special Issue]: IMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Education & Law Journal. Carswell.

Shariff, S. (2017). Navigating the Minefield of Sexual Violence Policy in Expanding “University Contexts.” [Special Issue]: IMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Education & Law Journal. Carswell.

Shariff, S. & Eltis, K. (2017). Addressing Online Sexual Violence: An Opportunity for Partnerships between Law and Education. [Special Issue]: IMPACTS: Responding to Legal and Educational Dilemmas in Addressing Sexual Violence in Universities. Education & Law Journal. Carswell.

Garcia, C. K., & Vemuri, A. (2017). Girls and Young Women Resisting Rape Culture through YouTube Videos. Girlhood Studies10(2), 26-44.

Shariff, S., & Wiseman, A. (2016). Supporting survivors: A strategic model to address rape culture in universities. Journal of Psychotherapy and Counseling Psychology Reflections, 1,(2), 5-12.

Talwar, V., Gomez-Garibello, C., and Shariff, S. (2014). Adolescents’ Moral Evaluations and Ratings of Cyber-bullying: The effect of veracity and Intentionality behind the event. Computers in Human Behaviour. CHB2630. 36C (2014), pp.122-128 DOI information: 10.1016/j.chb.2014.03.046

Gomez-Garibello, C., Shariff, S., McConnell, M., Talwar, V. (2012). Adolescents’ Evaluation of Cyberbullying Events. Alberta Journal of Educational Research. Alberta Journal of Educational Research. North America, 58, Nov. 2012. 

Shariff, S., Wiseman, A., and Crestohl, L. (2012). Defining the Lines between Children’s Vulnerability to Cyberbullying and the Open Court Principle: Implications of A.B. v. Bragg Communications Inc. Education & Law Journal. Vol. 21.3, 231 – 262. Carswell.

Retter, C. and Shariff, S. (2012). A Delicate Balance: Defining the Line Between Open Civil Proceedings and the Protection of Children in the Online Digital Era. Canadian Journal of Law & Technology, Vol. 10, No. 2., 232-262. Carswell. 

Beran T., Stanton L, Hetherington R, Mishna F, Shariff S. (2012). Development of the Bullying and Health Experiences Scale Interact. Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR). J. Med Res 2012; 1(2):e13.

Shariff, S., & Hoff, D. L. (2007, January). Cyber-bullying: Clarifying legal boundaries for school supervision in cyberspace.  International Journal of Cyber Criminology.

Shariff, S., & Johnny, L. (2007). Cyber-libel and cyber-bullying: Can schools protect student reputations and free-expression in virtual environments? Education & Law Journal, 16 (3), 307-342. 

Shariff, S., & Gouin, R. (2006). Cyber-dilemmas: Gendered hierarchies, new technologies and cyber-safety in schools. Atlantis - A Women’s Studies Journal, 31 (1), 26-36. 

Shariff, S., Case, R., & LaRocque, L. (2001).Begging the questions: The Court of Appeal decision in the Surrey school board controversy. Education & Law Journal, 11 (1), 85-111.

Shariff, S., Case, R., & Manley-Casimir, M. E. (2000, January).Balancing rights in education: Surrey school board’s book ban. Education & Law Journal, 10 (1), 47-105. 


Book Reviews, Peer Reviewed

Shariff, S. (2013). Review of Patchin, J.W. and Hinduja, S. (Eds. 2012), Cyberbullying Prevention and Response: Expert Perspectives. New York and London: Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group). New Media and Society.February 2013 vol. 15 no. 1 154-156.

Shariff, S. (2005). Review of Paul Anisef’s Managing two worlds: The experiences and concerns of immigrant youth in Ontario]. Journal of International Migration, 5 (4), 515-517. 

 


Policy Advising

Shariff, S. (August, 2017). Policy Advisor to Status of Women, Canada on preparation of guidelines for Universities on gender based violence on campuses. Invited by Jodi McMurray, Sr. Program Officer, Women’s Program and Regional Operations Directorate, Status of Women Canada/Government of Canada. 


Selected Invited Articles, Op-Eds., Blogs and Encyclopaedia Contributions

Shariff, S. (2016, November 1). Sexual violence and difficult boundaries to define. La Pressewww.lapresse.ca/debats/votre-opinion/201610/31/01-5036210-violence-sexuelle-des-frontieres-difficiles-adefinir.php

Shariff, S. and Chan, K. (Tuesday, November 19, 2013). Canada needs a sweeping strategy to fight cyberbullying. The Globe and Mail.https://www.theglobeandmail.com/opinion/canada-needs-a-sweeping-strategy-to-fight-cyberbullying/article15505007/

Shariff, S. and Retter, C. (2012). Confronting Cyberbullying: Defining the Lines between Ethical Choices and Jail Terms. Cambridge University Press Legal Department. 

Shariff, S. (2011). Defining the Lines on Cyberbullying: Navigating a balance between child protection, privacy, autonomy and informed policy. Commentary, Research Watch, UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, Florence, Italy.

Shariff, S. (2008). Cyber-bullying and girl culture. In C. Mitchell C. & J. Reid-Walsh (Eds.), Girl Culture: An encyclopaedia. Westport, CT. USA: Greenwood Publishing Group.

Shariff, S. (2006, October). Report on Institute of Ismaili Studies (IIS) and McGill Institute of Islamic Studies Summer Institute held at McGill University, August 2006. 

Shariff, S. (2006, March). Cyber-bullying: Emerging trend. The Asian Outlook, 1 (2),14. 

Shariff, S. (2004, March). A call for academics: Globalization and retirement create opportunities for new educational paradigms. The Ismaili Canada, 24-25. 

Shariff, S. (2001). The Charter of Rights and Freedoms: The case of school censorship. [Special Issue:  Legal issues in education]. Orbit, 32 (2), 7-10.