Issue 1 2024
The purpose of this review is to explore and identify gaps within the trends that have occurred in research relating to the bullying of higher education employees.
This study aims to examine the effects of cyberbullying on the academic lives of Ghanaian university students. It also establishes whether cyberbullying victims, perpetrators…
The current review aims to focus on how risk and protective factors for self-harm in secure mental health hospitals are captured in the literature.
Invited commentary on using music intervention and imagined interaction to deal with aggression and conflictJames M. Honeycutt
The purpose of this commentary is discuss how musical intervention and imagined interactions can be used to deal with conflict. Music has been called the universal language…
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a prevalent public health issue impacting women’s physical and mental health and psychosocial walks of life across cultures and societies…
To stay silent or to blow the whistle? Bystander’s intervening acts when witnessing intimate partner violence (IPV)Abby Griffin, Rachel Worthington
Social psychology has focused on an individual’s reaction to emergencies and witnessing a crime, which has developed theories of bystander intervention and bystander apathy. The…
Conflicts between herders and farmers in Nigeria in the last five years have been destructive to the corporate existence of Nigerian society and the Nigerian State, especially in…
Patient and visitor verbal aggression toward frontline health-care workers: a qualitative study of experiences and potential solutionsGina Myers, Christopher Kowal
Violence toward frontline health-care workers (HCWs) from patients and visitors is a pervasive issue that ranges from verbal and psychological abuse to physical assault. The…
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