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Barker, Kim and Jurasz, Olga (2021). Text-Based (Sexual) Abuse and Online Violence Against Women: Toward Law Reform. In: Bailey, Jane; Flynn, Asher and Henry, Nicola eds. The Emerald International Handbook of Technology Facilitated Violence and Abuse. Emerald Studies In Digital Crime, Technology and Social Harms. Bingley: Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 247–264.

Barker, Kim and Jurasz, Olga (2021). Online misogyny as a hate crime: #TimesUp. In: Zempi, Irene and Smith, Jo eds. Misogyny as Hate Crime. Routledge.

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Barker, Kim (2020). Editorial. European Journal of Law & Technology, 11(1)

Barker, Kim; Uribe-Jongbloed, Enrique and Scholz, Tobias (2020). Privacy as Public Good – A Comparative Assessment of the Challenge for CoronApps in Latin America. Journal of Law, Technology & Trust, 1(1) pp. 1–24.

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Jurasz, Olga (2019). Reparations for Gendered Harm at the International Criminal Court: Towards Transformative and Gender-Just Reparations? In: Jurasz, Olga and Mouthaan, Solange eds. Gender and War: International and Transitional Justice Perspectives. Cambridge: Intersentia, pp. 235–258.

Jurasz, Olga and Barker, Kim (2019). Online Misogyny: A Challenge for Digital Feminism? Journal of International Affairs, 72(2) pp. 95–114.

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Barker, Kim (2018). R v Nimmo & Sorley (2014). In: Rackley, Erika and Auchmuty, Rosemary eds. Women's Legal Landmarks: Celebrating 100 Years of Women & the Law in the UK and Ireland. Oxford: Hart, pp. 605–610.

Barker, Kim and Baghdady, Christina (2018). From hybrid to cybrid? The formation and regulation of online ‘hybrid’ identities. In: Lemay-Hébert, Nicolas and Freedman, Rosa eds. Hybridity: Law, Culture and Development. London: Routledge, pp. 218–234.

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Jurasz, Olga and Barker, Kim (2014). Gender, human rights and cybercrime: are virtual worlds really that different? In: Asimow, Michael; Brown, Kathryn and Papke, David Ray eds. Law and Popular Culture: International Perspectives. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 79–100.

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Barker, Kim (2013). MMORPGing, Law and Lingo. In: Freeman, Michael and Smith, Fiona eds. Law and Language: Current Legal Issues. Current Legal Issues, 15. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 417–433.

Roncallo-Dow, Sergio; Uribe-Jongbloed, Enrique; Barker, Kim and Scholz, Tobias (2013). Authorship in Virtual Worlds: Author's Death to Rights Revival? Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 6(3)

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