Bullies, Bullied and Bystanders
Call for Papers
Deadline for Submission of Abstract proposals was Sunday 31st January 2016, individual enquiries can be made to email@example.com
Papers are invited from those who are undertaking research that seeks to reconceptualise or present new theoretical or empirical research perspectives related to bullying, especially (but not confined to) those that focus on cultural and ethnic differences and/or the role of bystanders in online and offline environments.
We invite abstracts related to the above topic from academic fields such as education, comparative studies, business studies, media and communications, law, geography, art, literature, comparative literature, visual studies, psychology, sociology, anthropology, intercultural studies, women studies, gender studies, history, bio-medicine, neuroscience, ICT and the natural sciences.
As well as academics, practitioners from varied professional backgrounds are also welcome.
We invite the following types of contributions:
completed research papers : full-length papers of completed research projects.
research-in-progress papers : papers developed from promising ongoing research projects.
panel proposals : panel sessions connect researchers and practitioners with complementary or conflicting perspectives in the fields of bullying, conflict, aggression and education.
projects and pedagogies : implementations of innovative educational projects and pedagogies designed to prevent and intervene in bullying .
Authors of selected papers might be invited to submit revised and extended versions of their work for fast-tracked submissions in a scholarly handbook with Springer Publications.
All abstracts (250 words) proposals are to be submitted using the online form below before 5pm on Sunday 31st January 2016. The language of the conference is English.
Please note that this form does not register you for the conference, it is simply for the purposes of submitting an abstract. You must also register for the conference itself here.