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Opportunity to take part in research – minimising opportunities for online-bullying

Section: Policy into PracticeType: News Item Date Published: 10th March 2021

You are invited to take part in a research led by a PhD student at The Glasgow School of Art to explore how to minimise online bullying.

This project explores how respect can be promoted when people are interacting online and whether this can help to minimise opportunities for online-bullying. Online-bullying defined as using digital technology in an online environment for harassment, and harmful interactions.

The information gathered will help to identify opportunities for inventions in anti-cyberbullying which are based on real-life experiences of young adults living in Scotland.

The researcher is inviting any young adults (18-24 years old) who are living in Scotland to take part in one online interview and two online workshops sessions and within one month; each session will last approximately 1 hour. The sessions will involve sharing your (or someone you know) experiences of online communication, and ideas for strategies on promoting respectful communication.

Please contact Poopak Azhand at the following email address for further information: p.azhand2@student.gsa.ac.uk.

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