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    • The dark triad of personality : predictors of on and off line bullying 

      Hyland, Pauline; McGuckin, Conor; Lewis, Christopher Alan (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      In recent years, research has focused on the understanding of cyber bullying and its connections to traditional bullying. Previous research has examined the traditional approach to assessing personality in relation to ...
    • Developing a leadership style and brand 

      O'Neill, Marie (Dublin Business School, 2016)
      Presentation as part of the Lead to Success conference held at the RCSI Library on Friday 14th October 2016 and organised by the LAI CDG Group. Presentation outline: Library leadership: some key questions and considerations; ...
    • Effect of aetiological explanations on negative attitudes towards individuals with psychosis 

      Frazer, Patricia; Adams, Pearse; Breheny, Fiona; Evans, Tara; Stafford, O; Loheide Niesmann, L; Plewka, A; Puonti, V; Scefi, D (Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society, 2018)
      Objectives: Both other and self stigma have important influences on the identity and well being of people who have experienced psychosis. Previous literature provides conflicting views on whether biogenetic explanations ...
    • The effect of jigsaw intervention on help-seeking, attitudes to mental health, and social distance 

      Walsh, Aoife; Hyland, John (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      As the focus on mental health in schools has increased so too has the number of agencies providing services, talks and activities to support mental health promotion. While there is evidence to suggest that supporting ...
    • Effect of mode on mood and of musical preferences in adolescence on self-esteem in adulthood 

      Frazer, Patricia; Downey, Paul; Olin, Sarah (Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society, 2018)
      Objectives: To explore the influence of music on identity formation, the relationship between adolescent music preference and adult self-esteem was examined. The effect of musical mode on mood was also investigated with ...
    • Exploring the challenges of managing a blended learning course 

      Murphy, Tony (EdTech, 2019)
      There is an argument to suggest that the use of digital technology challenges higher education institutes (HEIs) to think about how and why they function the way they do; “the virtual university is . . . the university ...
    • An extensive mixed-methods analysis : Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), attentional ability and emotional acceptance 

      Hudaisa, Fatima; Hyland, John (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      The aim of the study was to test the effects of mindfulness meditation on attentional abilities, perceived stress and emotional acceptance. A qualitative component post intervention was also included. Participants (n = 25) ...
    • Ética y negocios en la clase de ENE: El Binomio fantástico 

      Garcia, Carmen Sanjulian (XIV Encuentro Internacional del GERES, 2016)
      Cuando estalló la crisis económica en el año 2008, algunas voces críticas se preguntaron si la formación dada en las escuelas de negocios enseñaba valores que fomentaran formas de actuar que fueran responsables con la ...
    • Investigating mediating effects of organisation-based self-esteem on the relationship between work stressors and stress 

      Hyland, John; Pearce, Susan (The Irish Psychologist, 2011)
      Objective: Organisation-based self-esteem (OBSE) has attracted a great deal of recent research attention. However, such research from an Irish perspective has been neglected to date. The aim of this study was to extend ...
    • An investigation into the psychological model on young people's help-seeking behaviours 

      O'Kane, Louise; Hyland, John (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      The aim of this study was to investigate a psychological model on young people’s help-seeking behaviours. A quantitative cross sectional design was used with a sample of 185 adolescents (M=93, F=92) from one secondary ...
    • The Irish Library Publishing Landscape: One Year On 

      Buggle, Jane; O'Neill, Marie (IFLA Special Interest Group on Library Publishing, 2020)
      Jane Buggle and Marie O’Neill co-hosted the inaugural IFLA SIG on Library Publishing Mid-term Meeting at Dublin Business School in Dublin in spring 2019, which showcased library publishing exemplars from around the world. ...
    • Masculinities, care and social justice : critical studies of men and masculinities and professional care work 

      Hanlon, Niall (Dublin Business School, 2015)
      Social Care and Social Policy in Ireland: Seeking Social Justice in the Era of Austerity & Beyond | DIT Grangegorman Campus, February 13th 2015 Presentation points: CSMM - sub-field of gender, feminist & sexualities ...
    • The meaning of meaning in Joyce's Epiphanies 

      Ball, Terry (EPHEP, 2014)
      This presentation poses the question of “meaning” in James Joyce’s “epiphanies”; not what they mean, as such, but rather, the type of meaning that is at stake when it comes to epiphanies. It suggests that the type of meaning ...
    • The meanings attached to the phrase Mental Illness amongst those who experience it 

      Frazer, Patricia (Dublin Business School, 2017)
      Objectives: To explore the range of meanings attached to the term ‘mental illness’ for those who have direct personal experience of mental health difficulties. Although mental health researchers and professionals struggle ...
    • Measuring learner engagement to create a gameful learning environment 

      Williams, David; Caton, Simon; Pathak, Pramod (SCITEPRESS Digital Library, 2019)
      If educators were to be skilled game designers, then they would be better equipped to design engaging education scenarios. The importance of learner engagement within a learning environment is without question. Yet there ...
    • Negotiating identities in the networks of the Irish organic food movement 

      Jorgensen, Annette (Dublin Business School, 2006)
      The aim of the annual AF&PP Conference (Alternative Futures and Popular Protest Conference) is to explore the dynamics of popular movements, along with the ideas which animate their activists and supporters and which ...
    • Piloting a growth mindset intervention for student success 

      Murphy, Jonathan; Hyland, John; Hyland, Pauline; Frazer, Patricia; Reid, Rosie; Walsh, Margaret; Dickersen, Bryan (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      Objective: Dublin Business School is currently collaborating with the California-based ‘Heroic Imagination Project’ on a validation study focusing on a mind-set intervention for learners’ motivation and satisfaction. This ...
    • (Re)visioning the urban imagination : the art and policies of redevelopment 

      Lyes, Madeleine (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      The Richmond conference examined representations of urban redevelopment within the transforming city. Based in London, the papers given at the conference addressed cities worldwide, from Dublin to Doha and Berlin to Belgrade, ...
    • Rebalancing the power 

      O'Dea, Martin (TASC, 2012)
      An analysis of the political options open at European level to leverage power with their financial markets. Author keywords: Markets, politics, Europe, power
    • The Salzburg global seminar : cities and sustainability 

      Lyes, Madeleine (Dublin Business School, 2013)
      This is a report of the Salzburg Global Seminar on Cities and Sustainability, held in Austria in September 2013. By the year 2060, 70% of the world's population will live in cities, cities where goods and ideas are exchanged, ...