Counselling, Cultural Psychology, OPRC, Psychology, Psychology in the world, Social Psychology, Uncategorized

Northern Ireland Antibullying Conference OU-NIBPS – 16 Nov 2022

Copyright The Open University The Psychology & Counselling School's very own Dr Karen Hagen is chairing the organising committee and presenting at the upcoming one-day antibullying conference in Northern Ireland on 16 November 2022 in the Whitla Hall, Queens University, Belfast.  The title is :- Reach out to stop bullying one day conference:   What can… Continue reading Northern Ireland Antibullying Conference OU-NIBPS – 16 Nov 2022

Advertisement
CUSP, Open Psychology Research Centre, Psychology in the world, Student news

Revisiting ‘In Dialogue with Dr Karen Hagan about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event’

Blogs from the 'In Dialogue' series are attracting a lot of attention. In case you missed this, below is the blog about Karen's talk: 'Critical and Discursive Psychological Approaches to Bullying' Sue: What’s this talk all about? Karen: It’s about how and why bullying TALK works.  It explores the meaning-making that is constructed and transmitted… Continue reading Revisiting ‘In Dialogue with Dr Karen Hagan about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event’

CUSP, Open Psychology Research Centre, Psychology in the world, Student news

In Dialogue with Dr Karen Hagan about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

'Critical and Discursive Psychological Approaches to Bullying' Sue: What’s this talk all about? Karen: It’s about how and why bullying TALK works.  It explores the meaning-making that is constructed and transmitted in bullying and abusive talk, particularly in relation to interlocutors’ positions of power.  Understanding talk as action is at the core of this work.… Continue reading In Dialogue with Dr Karen Hagan about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

CUSP, Events, Open Psychology Research Centre, Psychology in the world, Student news

Critical and Discursive Psychological Approaches to Bullying

Bullying is a broad concept describing a spectrum of abuses of power that function to harm individuals and groups. Much bullying is initiated, conducted and permitted through discourse, so psychological research is shifting to take greater account of the role of language. Wetherell’s Critical Discursive Psychology integrates 'macro-level' social discourses and 'micro-level' interactions. Illustrating this approach with… Continue reading Critical and Discursive Psychological Approaches to Bullying

CUSP, FCRG, PHeW, Psychology in the world, Research in the School

New developments in psychology: insights from our research groups

Recently, members of the School's research groups recorded their conversations with other academics in their fields: Paul Stenner from CuSP talked to Prof. Sonia Livingstone about social psychology, the internet and young people's lives todayDavid Kaposi from PHeW talked to Prof. Peter Fonagy about openness, psychoanalysis, mentalisation and trustSarah Laurence from FCRG talked to Prof.… Continue reading New developments in psychology: insights from our research groups