International Journal of Bullying Prevention

The Centre hosts the International Journal of Bullying Prevention (Springer) which is a peer reviewed scholarly publication issued four times per year.

This peer reviewed journal provides an interdisciplinary scientific forum in which to publish current research on the causes, forms, and multiple contexts of bullying and cyberbullying as well as evolving best practice in identification, prevention, and intervention. Noting that bullying may occur at schools, universities, communities, the workplace, and/or online – and that cyberbullying can subsume sexting, digital dating abuse, sextortion, and doxing – the journal welcomes empirical, theoretical, and review papers on a broad range of issues, populations, and domains.

Editors-in-Chief:
Prof. James O’Higgins Norman (DCU)
Prof. Sameer Hinduja (Florida Atlantic University)

Managing Editors:
Dr. Angela Mazzone (DCU)
Dr. Sebastian Wachs (University of Potsdam)
Dr. Michelle Wright (Penn State University)

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