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NEW PUBLICATIONS - 2019: JUST RELEASED

McLoughlin, L., Spears, B., Taddeo, C. & Hermens, D.F. (2019). Remaining connected in the face of cyberbullying.: Why social connectedness is important for mental health. Psychology in the Schools. Psychology in Schools 1-14, https://doi.org/10.1002/pits.22232

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Spears, B.A. & Slee, P.T. (Invited Chapter:In press 2020).  Australia’s Approach to Addressing Bullying and Wellbeing:  A National Collective Response.  In J. Cohen and D. Espelage (Eds).  Feeling safe in School: Bullying and Violence Prevention Around the World.  Harvard University Press.

Collin, P. Swist, T. Taddeo, C. & Spears, B. (in press 2020). Working with Complexity: Between Control and Care in Digital Research Ethics’ In Billet, Hart, Martin (eds) Complexities of Researching with Young People, Routledge

 

This edited collection represents the first time comparative data concerning bullying, cyberbullying and student wellbeing from India, UK, Germany, France, Netherlands and Australia has been presented. It was an outcome of a collaborative research project