Carmel Taddeo (Maio)
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Cyberbullying, help-seeking and mental health in young Australians: implications for public health
BA Spears, CM Taddeo, AL Daly, A Stretton, LT Karklins
International journal of public health 60 (2), 219-226, 2015
892015
The school website: Facilitating communication engagement and learning
C Taddeo, A Barnes
British Journal of Educational Technology, 2014
512014
Research on youth exposure to, and management of, cyberbullying incidents in Australia: synthesis report
I Katz, M Keeley, B Spears, C Taddeo, T Swist, S Bates
282014
Professionals protecting children: Child protection and teacher education in Australia
LS Arnold, L Arnold, C Maio-Taddeo
University of South Australia, 2007
262007
The Importance of Social Connection for Cybervictims: How Connectedness and Technology Could Promote Mental Health and Wellbeing in Young People.
L McLouglin, B Spears, C Taddeo
International Journal of Emotional Education 10 (1), 5-24, 2018
202018
Cyberbullying and primary-school aged children: The psychological literature and the challenge for sociology
LA Ey, C Taddeo, B Spears
Societies 5 (2), 492-514, 2015
192015
Research on youth exposure to, and management of, cyberbullying incidents in Australia. Part A: Literature review on the estimated prevalence of cyberbullying involving …
B Spears
Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW, 2014
192014
Remaining connected in the face of cyberbullying: Why social connectedness is important for mental health
LT McLoughlin, BA Spears, CM Taddeo, DF Hermens
Psychology in the Schools 56 (6), 945-958, 2019
132019
Can Indicators on School Websites Be Used to Determine the Level of ICT Integration and ICT Leadership in Schools?.
C Maio-Taddeo
International Education Journal 8 (2), 103-112, 2007
122007
Online social marketing approaches to inform cyber/bullying prevention and intervention: What have we learnt?
BA Spears, C Taddeo, A Barnes
Reducing Cyberbullying in Schools, 75-94, 2018
92018
Professionals protecting children: Child protection and teacher education in Australia [Monograph]
L Arnold, C Maio-Taddeo
Adelaide, SA: Australian Centre for Child Protection, 2007
92007
Keep It Tame: Promoting Respect Online: Safe and Well Online Pilot Study: Evaluating the Design, Engagement and Impact of a Social Marketing Approach Aimed at 12 to 18 Year Olds
B Spears, C Taddeo, A Barnes, M Scrimgeour, P Collin, J Drennan, ...
82015
Professionals protecting children: Child protection and social work education in Australia
L Arnold
ACCP, 2008
82008
Something Haunting You?: Reframing and Promoting Help-Seeking for Young Men: The Co-Creation and Evaluation of a Social Marketing Campaign
B Spears, C Taddeo, A Barnes, P Collin, T Swist, J Webb-Williams, ...
72016
Professionals protecting children: Child protection and nursing and midwifery education in Australia
Y Parry
ACCP, 2009
62009
Something haunting you
B Spears, C Taddeo, A Barnes, P Collin, T Swist, J Webb-Williams, ...
Reframing and promoting help-seeking for young men: the co-creation and …, 2016
52016
'Appreciate a mate': Helping others to feel good about themselves: Safe and Well Online: A report on the development and evaluation of a positive messaging social marketing …
B Spears, C Taddeo, A Barnes, P Collin, T Swist, J Drennan, ...
Young and Well Cooperative Research Centre, 2015
42015
Punish them or engage them? Teachers’ views on student behaviours around the school, behaviour at school study: Technical Report 2
A Sullivan, B Johnson, L Owens, R Conway, C Taddeo
Adelaide: University of South Australia, 2014
42014
Help-seeking online by young people: Does the influence of others matter?
A Stretton, BA Spears, C Taddeo, J Drennan
University of Malta. Centre for Resillience & Socio-Emotional Health, 2018
32018
Safe and Well Online: Learnings from Four Social Marketing Campaigns for Youth Wellbeing
B Spears, C Taddeo, P Collin, T Swist, M Razzell, V Borbone, J Drennan
32016
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