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Homophobic Bullying in Irish Secondary Education (Irish Research)

James O"higgins-norman

Homophobic Bullying in Irish Secondary Education (Irish Research)

by James O"higgins-norman

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Published by Maunsel & Co .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Classroom Management,
  • Philosophy & Social Aspects,
  • Secondary,
  • Education

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12336667M
    ISBN 101933146451
    ISBN 109781933146454
    OCLC/WorldCa230729392

      We can also see the continued efforts of groups such as Stonewall UK in fighting for protection of and recognition of LGBTQ people and work on homophobic bullying of students in Ireland (example, James O’Higgins-Norman’s book, Homophobic Bullying in Irish Secondary Education).   According to a new YouGov survey into teachers' perspectives on homophobic bullying, published today and seen exclusively by Education Guardian, .

      The Teachers' Report showed that 89% of primary school staff and 83% of secondary school staff have not received any specific training on tackling homophobic bullying. 03 Exploring Homophobia and Transphobia in Primary Schools in Ireland Homosexual: The formal or clinical term that was coined in the field of psychology to describe a person who is romantically, sexually and/or emotionally attracted to people of the same sex. Intersex: An umbrella term used for a variety of conditions in which a person is born with a reproductive or sexual anatomy that does.

    Dealing with Homophobia and Homophobic Bullying 4 Homophobia By the end of this lesson, pupils will: 1. have an understanding of what is meant by homophobia 2. understand that homophobia can be expressed in a range of ways 3. have an understanding of the impact that homophobia File Size: KB.   The homophobic bullying is any kind of physical or verbal abuse, done with intent to harm, where there is an imbalance of power between the aggressor and the victim, and caused because the victim has a different sexual orientation than expected socially. The person who practices homophobic bullying usually tries to assert himself through causing harm to the other person, in this .


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Homophobic Bullying in Irish Secondary Education (Irish Research) by James O"higgins-norman Download PDF EPUB FB2

This research monograph is an exploration of students, parents and teachers experiences regarding sexuality and homophobic bullying in National (ie public) as well as private secondary : $ Try the new Google Books.

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Academica Press, - Education - pages. Homophobic Bullying in Irish Secondary Education. Presents an exploration of students, parents and teachers experiences regarding sexuality and homophobic bullying in National as well as private secondary institutions.

This work discusses settings that run the gamut of tough inner city schools to historical entities with distinguished graduates and first rate instruction. This research monograph is an exploration of students, parents and teachers experiences regarding sexuality and homophobic bullying in National (ie public) as well as private secondary institutions.

Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Homophobic Bullying in Irish Secondary Education av James O'Higgins-Norman på attitudes of SPHE teachers on the topic of homophobic bullying. 1 Homophobia is the fear of being labelled homosexual and/or the fear, dislike or hatred of gay males and lesbians (cf.

Weinberg, ). Addressing Homophobic Bullying in Second-Level Schools Introduction Irish legislation and educational policy guidance requires schools to promote equality of access to and participation in education.

In this context schools are required to address discrimination, harassment and bullying, including homophobic harassment and bullying. invisibility that often surrounds homophobic bullying in Irish second-level schools, even at a policy level (Norman et al.

It is vital to have up-to-date and coherent policies including those on bullying, guidance, Relationships and Sexuality Education (RSE), and child protection and to.

‘Being LGBT in School’ ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This document is an updated compilation of a series of resources developed by GLEN (Gay and Lesbian Equality Network), the Department of Education and Skills and the education partners to assist schools in addressing homophobic bullying and supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students.

to homophobic bullying. In particularly severe circumstances the school should consider permanent exclusion. Prevention Heads, governors and staff can take a number of steps to help prevent homophobic bullying.

Prevention should be a central focus of a school’s work to tackle homophobic bullying since taking steps to. Homophobic bullying seems to peak between fifth class in primary school and transition year in secondary school, and BeLongTo recently launched a resource to help tackle homophobic.

in Irish secondary schools in terms of bullying and harassment. A consistent thread throughout these studies is an acknowledgement of a very real need for the inclusion of explicit references to homophobic bullying in school anti-bullying policies as well as the.

School bullying is receiving increasing attention as a phenomenon which is present in all schools. Despite previous books on the topic, bullying continues to thrive, become more sophisticated and pose serious problems for school populations in both primary and post-primary book will be the first definitive review of bullying in Irish education written by researchers and practitioners working.

AN INVESTIGATION INTO HOMOPHOBIC BULLYING IN THE EDUCATION SYSTEM AND THE PREVALENCE OF HOMOPHOBIC LANGUAGE IN A SECONDARY SCHOOL SETTING. ZOBIAH AKHTAR. A Thesis submitted to the. University of Birmingham. for the degree of. DOCTORATE IN APPLIED CHILD AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY.

Educational Psychology. School of Education. 5 This booklet is intended to be used by teachers and learners alongside the training materials developed by the Department of Basic Education’s Prevention and Management of Bullying in Schools, which demonstrates the Department’s commitment to challenging bullying in general and homophobic bullying in particular.

They have a duty of care to all children. Research shows that in schools where children are explicitly taught that homophobic bullying is wrong, rates of such bullying are dramatically reduced, and pupils feel safer.

Schools have a legal obligation to deal with homophobic bullying under the Education and Inspections Act Homophobic Bullying in Irish Secondary Education. O'Higgins Norman, J. () Homophobic Bullying in Irish Secondary Education.

Palo Alto, California: Academica Press. Straight Talk: Researching Gay & Lesbian Issues in the School Curriculum. Beyond bullying: the limitations of homophobic and transphobic bullying interventions for affirming lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) equality in education.

Pastoral Care in Education, Vol. 33, Issue. 3, p. Cited by: Homophobic bullying can include physical violence, name calling, 'jokes', sexual harassment or online bullying.

Bullying on the basis of sexuality is a common experience for young people who are same sex attracted or for those who may not behave according to gender stereotypes. On this page. Homophobia at school; Why tackle homophobia; Things.

LGBT bullying, he said, is "the great unspoken issue" in Irish schools. Cyberbullying The study also found that 36% of students feel schools should to do more to stop bullying.

Serious homophobic bullying in Irish schools. Young LGBT people are every day experiencing bullying – both from their peers and their teachers. Research recently launched shows that over 70 per cent felt that they couldn’t be themselves at school.

Many schools do not even address issues about sexual orientation.Its postponement of a workshop for students aimed at combating homophobic bullying has drawn much criticism, including from Ó Briain, who said on Twitter shortly after the story broke on Tuesday.James O'Higgins Norman.

Homophobic Bullying in Irish Secondary Education. Book. Jun ; Schools provide crucial education for integration and citizenship, long term directly affecting.