Enhancing Family-School Partnerships to Prevent On/Offline Forms of Bullying
Research FieldsEducation and educational sociology
The primary objective of this project is to enhance family-school partnerships in order to reduce and prevent online and associated offline forms of bullying. Recent research suggests that offline and online bullying frequently coexist, such that more traditional forms of bullying spill over, or are transferred from, the school space to the online environment (Rodríguez-Álvarez et. al, 2021). The primary question posed by this research is: What enabling conditions (e.g., policies; practices; knowledge; skills etc.) are necessary for schools and families to work effectively together to reduce and prevent off/online bullying?
SecondmentsThe host institution will be Dublin City University, Ireland. The project includes two planned secondments at (1) Stichting International Parents Alliance, Netherlands, at month 12 for 3 months and (2). University of Stavanger, Norway, at month 24, for 4 months.
Enquiries in relation to this position should be directed to: Dr. Audrey Bryan, School of Human Development, Dublin City University. Phone + 353 (0)1 700 9265 Email: Audrey.firstname.lastname@example.org
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