• Publications
  • Influence
Bullying and cyberbullying studies in the school‐aged population on the island of Ireland: A meta‐analysis
BACKGROUND Bullying research has gained a substantial amount of interest in recent years because of the implications for child and adolescent development. AIM AND SAMPLE We conducted aExpand
  • 20
  • 2
Mimetic theory and scapegoating in the age of cyberbullying: the case of Phoebe Prince
Whilst traditional forms of bullying have and continue to receive considerable attention in the literature, research on technology-enabled bullying remains in an embryonic stage and considerableExpand
  • 21
  • 1
Cyberbullying, conflict management or just messing? Teenage girls’ understandings and experiences of gender, friendship, and conflict on Facebook in an Irish second-level school
Abstract In recent years, there have been growing concerns worldwide about young people’s safety online, much of which focuses on social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram. Moral panics aboutExpand
  • 24
Friendship Quality and Gender Differences in Association With Cyberbullying Involvement and Psychological Well-Being
Current literature has documented the detrimental effects of cyberbullying which include a range of internalizing and externalizing problems for those involved. Although critical, this research canExpand
  • 7
Bullying by siblings and peers: Poly-setting victimization and the association with problem behaviours and depression.
BACKGROUND In recent times, sibling bullying has emerged of interest to researchers concerned with the emotional and behavioural implications for victimization regardless of type and setting. AIMSExpand
  • 5
Teacher Authority in Long-Lasting Cases of Bullying: A Qualitative Study from Norway and Ireland
A growing body of research shows a correlation between an authoritative school climate and lower levels of bullying. One objective of this study is to conceptualize authoritative intervention inExpand
  • 5
  • PDF
Anti-bullying procedures for schools in Ireland: principals’ responses and perceptions
Abstract The role of the principal is imperative in creating a school climate that nurtures differences and equality at the same time. Policy and legislation in Ireland dictates the responsibility ofExpand
  • 9
  • PDF
Inaugural Editorial
Over the last few years, something tremendously exciting has occurred at a global level in relation to the problem of bullying (in almost every sphere and setting of social interaction). It isExpand
Tackling Bullying from the Inside Out: Shifting Paradigms in Bullying Research and Interventions
The decision to have a university Chair dedicated to tackling bullying and cyberbullying was achieved through a partnership between the Government of Ireland, Dublin City University and the UnitedExpand
  • 1
...
1
2
...