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  • Bullying as a social process : factors influencing bystander behaviour 

    Kingston, Shauna. (Brock University, 2008-05-21)
    Bullying was approached as a social phenomenon in the present study. The central aim of this thesis was to uncover some of the factors that contribute to the attitudes and behavioural choices of bystanders during bullying ...
  • Bullying, cyberbullying & sexuality: “Everyone needs a good friend” 

    Spring, Mary (Brock University, 2014-03-24)
    Bullying is a pervasive social issue that occurs in numerous contexts and is particularly recognized in populations that are easily targeted. Individuals who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Questioning (LGBQ) are ...
  • Subjective Ambivalence and the Expression of Anti-Gay Bias 

    Hoffarth, Mark (Brock University, 2013-10-10)
    Univalent attitudes toward gay people have been widely studied, but no research to date has examined ambivalent (i.e., torn, conflicted) attitudes toward gay people. However, the Justification-Suppression Model (JSM; ...