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  • Ganging up or sticking together? Group processes and children's responses to text‐message bullying 

    Jones, Sian; Manstead, Antony S. R.; Livingstone, Andrew G. (Wiley, 2011-01-17)
    Drawing on social identity theory and intergroup emotion theory (IET), we examined group processes underlying bullying behaviour. Children were randomly assigned to one of three groups: a perpetrator's group, a target's ...
  • Birds of a feather bully together: Group processes and children's responses to bullying 

    Jones, Sian; Manstead, Antony S. R.; Livingstone, Andrew (Wiley, 2010-12-23)
    Recent research has shown that a group-level analysis can inform our understanding of school bullying. The present research drew on social identity theory and intergroup emotion theory. Nine- to eleven-year olds were ...
  • Rotten apple or rotten barrel? Social identity and children's responses to bullying 

    Jones, Sian; Haslam, S. Alexander; York, Lucy; Ryan, Michelle K. (Wiley, 2010-12-23)
    Recent research has suggested that bullying behaviour may be understood as a group process, where those involved act in ways predicted by social identity theory (Ojala & Nesdale, 2004). One relevant phenomenon is the black ...
  • Adolescence: Traditional bullying 

    Jones, Sian (Wiley-Blackwell, 2019)
    This entry gives a brief overview of the field of traditional bullying in adolescence, reviewing research internationally on the topic, to outline our current understanding of the problem. The entry begins by defining ...
  • It's our environment: Two terms of SNP environmental policy 

    Hinde, Dominic (Edinburgh University Press, 2016-01)
    Under the SNP, Scotland has sought to develop a reputation for itself as a renewables powerhouse and a counterweight to the perceived anti-green Conservative party in Westminster. From the ‘Saudi Arabia of Renewables’ to ...

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