A Laughing Matter? The Role of Humour in Peer Victimization

A Laughing Matter? The Role of Humour in Peer Victimization
On Monday 7th October, 5:00 – 6:30 pm in the Glasgow Room on Harcourt Hill Campus, we will be visited by Sian Jones, a teaching fellow in the Department of Psychology, Social Work and Public Health, Oxford Brookes University.
Sian’s research has involved looking at children’s humour use and how this may be linked to bullying and victimization, and in turn to psychological maladjustment, on an ESRC-funded project in collaboration with Claire Fox (Keele University) and Simon Hunter (University of Strathclyde). A blog detailing the research project activities can be accessed here:
I would like to invite undergraduate students, graduate students and colleagues in education to attend and consider how recent work conducted in psychology can inform educational and pastoral research and practice.
David Aldridge

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