Cross-national school behavior research project

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Project leader(s)

This project was an international study (across Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, Israel, Italy, and South Africa) addressing bystander behavior, specifically how bystanders can be empowered so they can come forward to fight against bullying.

Outcomes

Ahmed, Eliza (2004) ‘Bystander intervention: School engagement versus shame management’, in Proceedings of the XVI World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression Conference, Santorini, Greece, September 18-22. Printing House of the Abo Akademi University, Finland.

Ahmed, Eliza (2005) ‘Pastoral care to regulate school bullying: Shame management among bystanders’, Pastoral Care in Education, 23(2): 23-29.

Ahmed, Eliza (2008) ‘‘Stop it, that’s enough’: Bystander intervention and its relationship to school connectedness and shame management’, Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 3(3): 203-213.

Collaborators

Eliza Ahmed

Dr Eliza Ahmed

Dr Eliza Ahmed’s research interests lie in the regulation of rule violation as it relates to shame/pride management, interpersonal relationships, and the processes of regulation. Focusing in...

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Society, safety and health

The Society, Safety and Health cluster has three broad regulatory and governance–related research themes:

1) the social determinants of health and health inequities, including trade, food systems, climate change, and urban planning;

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