The Unit was established within the Department of Psychology at Goldsmiths in 1998. Researchers in the Unit use multi-disciplinary research approaches in the areas of social development, behavioural difficulties and learning, and we work with schools and families in the local area, nationwide across the UK and internationally.
Our main areas of research are concerned with:
Further information and published papers are available via the Unit's research and members pages. If you are interested in finding out more about any of these projects, please contact Dr Alice Jones
DAPHNE III is a series of EU-funded projects. This DAPHNE III project (2010-2012) aims to build on the findings of a previous DAPHNE II project (2007-2009) which focused on cyberbullying in secondary schools.
This questionnaire is about the type of guidance; resources and interventions that secondary schools in England use to prevent and respond to cyberbullying. Teaching and training in e-safety for staff and students is included as part of the prevention of cyberbullying. We are interested in how many resources and strategies staff in secondary school have used and their opinions on the usefulness and effectiveness of those interventions.
If you are a teacher who is involved in tackling cyberbullying in a secondary school, please complete our questionnaire. It is accessible here in electronic and print form. There is no online version.
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