Stephen James Minton

Førsteamanuensis II

Fakultet for humaniora, idretts- og utdanningsvitenskap
Institutt for pedagogikk
Campus Vestfold ()
Jeg ble født i England i 1971. Jeg er chartret psykolog med, og en medarbeider i, British Psychological Society, og en chartret forsker med (britisk) Science Council.

Ansvarsområder

Undervisning og veiledning:

  • Uformelle læringsprosesser i barne og ungdomskulturen (MP-SUL4300) Master i Pedagogikk

Forskergrupper

  • Leder for 'Transitions in Late Adolescence and Young Adulthood' (TRALAYA) forskergruppe 

Kompetanse

Mine forskningsinteresser er:

  • (i) adressering av overgrep, aggresjon, mobbing, fordommer og vold mot barn og tenåringer i institusjonelle, utdanningsmessige, samfunnlige og onlinemiljøer; og, 
  • (ii) prosesser for inkludering, ekskludering og marginalisering i utdanning og samfunn, spesielt når det gjelder urfolks opplevelser, LHBTQ + -folk og medlemmer av alternative ungdomskulturer.

Jeg har lang erfaring i og entusiasme for, å jobbe i tverrfaglige og multinasjonale forskningssammenhenger, og i å jobbe med et bredt spekter av forskningsmetoder og metoder.

CV

Utdanningsbakgrunn:

  • B.Sc. (Hons). i psykologi (University of Glasgow, Skottland, 1995)
  • M.Sc. i rådgivningspsykologi (Trinity College Dublin, Irland, 1997)
  • Ph.D. i utdanning (Trinity College Dublin, Irland, 2007)
  • MA (jure officii) (Trinity College Dublin, Irland, 2019)

Bakgrunn (arbeidsliv)

  • Førsteamanuensis i anvendt og klinisk psykologi, University of Plymouth, UK (100 prosent stilling) (fra 2019; pågående) - https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/staff/stephen-james-minton
  • Førsteamanuensis II i utdanning, USN (20 prosent stilling) (fra 2018; pågående)
  • Amanuensis i utdanningens psykologi, Trinity College Dublin (2005 - 2019)

Publikasjoner

BØKER (5)

  • Minton, S.J. (2019). (in press). Residential School Systems and Indigenous Peoples: From Genocide via Education to the Possibilities for Truth, Restitution, Reconciliation and Reclamation. London: Routledge.
  • Minton, S.J. (2016). Marginalisation and Aggression from Bullying to Genocide: Critical Educational and Psychological Perspectives. Rotterdam: Brill.
  • Minton, S.J. (2012). Using Psychology in the Classroom. London: Sage.
  • O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2011). Cyber-Bullying: The Irish Experience. Hauppage, New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2004). Dealing with Bullying in Schools: A Training Manual for Teachers, Parents and Other Professionals. London: Sage.

E-BØKER (1)

  • Cowie, H.; Jennifer, D.; Chankova, D.; Poshtova, T.; Deklerck, J.; Deboutte, G.; Ertesvåg, S. K.; Samuelsen, A. S.; O'Moore, M.; Minton, S. J.; Ortega, R. & Sanchez, V. (2006). School Bullying and Violence: Taking Action. Available at http://www.vistop.org/ebook.

FAGFELLEVURDERTE VITENSKAPELIGE TIDSSKRIFTARTIKLER (25)

  • Burke, J. & Minton, S.J. (2019). Well-being in post-primary schools in Ireland: The assessment and contribution of character strengths. Irish Educational Studies. DOI: 10.1080/03323315.2018.1512887
  • Senior, K.; Grozdanovski, L.; Chenhall, R. & Minton, S.J. (2018). ‘Our Lives’ and ‘Life Happens’: From stigma to empathy in young people’s depictions of sexual health and relationships. Journal of Applied Arts and Health., 9(1): 9 - 23.
  • Hansen, K.L.; Minton, S.J.; Friborg, O. & Sørlie, T. (2016). Discrimination amongst Arctic indigenous Sami and non-Sami populations in Norway: the SAMINOR 2 questionnaire study. Journal of Northern Studies, 10(2): 45 - 84.
  • Lynch, J.J. & Minton, S.J. (2016). Peer abuse and its contexts in industrial schools in Ireland.  Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 8(2): 76 - 85.
  • Minton, S.J. (2014). Prejudice and effective anti-bullying intervention: evidence from the bullying of ‘minorities’. Nordic Psychology, 66(2): 108 - 120.
  • Minton, S.J. (2014). Homophobic bullying: evidence-based suggestions for intervention programmes. Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 6(3): 164 - 173.
  • Mc Guckin, C., & Minton, S.J. (2014). From theory to practice: Two ecosystemic approaches and their applications to understanding school bullying. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 24(1): 36 - 48.
  • Minton, S.J.; O’ Mahoney, M. & Conway-Walsh, R. (2013). The ‘whole-school / community development’ approach to preventing and countering bullying: the Erris anti-bullying initiative (2009 – 2011). Irish Educational Studies, 32(2): 233-249. DOI: 10.1080/03323315.2013.784637   
  • Minton, S.J. (2012). Alterophobic bullying and pro-conformist aggression in a survey of upper secondary school students in Ireland. Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research, 4(2): 86 – 96.
  • Loxley, A.; O' Leary, B.; Minton, S.J. (2011). Space makers or space cadets? Exploring children's perceptions of space and place in the context of a Dublin primary school, Education and Child Psychology, 28 (1): 46 - 63
  • Minton, S.J. (2010). Students' experiences of aggressive behaviour and bully / victim problems in Irish schools. Irish Educational Studies, 29(2): 131 - 152
  • Midthassel, U.V.; Minton, S.J. & O' Moore, A.M. (2009). Conditions for the implementation of anti-bullying programmes in Norway and Ireland: A comparison of contexts and strategies, Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 39(6): 737 – 750.
  • Minton, S.J.; Dahl, T.; O' Moore, A.M. & Tuck, D. (2008). An exploratory survey of the experiences of homophobic bullying amongst lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered young people in Ireland., Irish Education Studies, 27(2): 177 - 191
  • Minton, S.J. & O' Moore, A.M. (2008). The effectiveness of a nationwide intervention programme to prevent and counter school bullying in Ireland. International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy, 8(1): 1 – 12.
  • Minton, S.J. (2008). Conducting anti-bullying awareness work with school students: an example of applying philosophical ideas in the classroom. Practical Philosophy, 9(1): 17 - 22
  • O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2005). An evaluation of the effectiveness of an anti-bullying programme in primary schools. Aggressive Behaviour, 31(6): 609 - 622
  • Minton, S.J. & Minton, P. (2004). The application of certain phenomenological / existential perspectives in understanding the bully-victim cycle. Existential Analysis, 15(2): 230 - 242
  • O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2004). Los malos tratos entre escolares: la experiencia de Irlanda. Aula: De Innovacion Educativa, 132: 66 - 69
  • Minton, S.J.; Kirkham, C. & O' Moore, A.M. (2003). Attempting to account for regional variations in pupils' involvement in bullying behaviour in Ireland: A question of attitudes towards aggression? Bulletin of the International Society for Research on Aggression, 25(2): 20 - 23
  • Minton, S.J. (2002). Some recent pan-European initiatives addressing school violence. Bulletin of the International Society for Research on Aggression, 24(2): 12 - 14
  • Minton, S.J. (2001). Radical choice in psychotherapy. Existential Analysis, 12(2): 256 - 267
  • Minton, S.J.  (2001). Key thinkers in practical philosophy: Dr Irvin D. Yalom. Practical Philosophy, 4(1): 39 – 46.
  • Minton, S.J. (2001). Kierkegaard and truth as subjectivity. Practical Philosophy, 3(2): 22 – 30.
  • Minton, S.J. (2000). Existential perspectives in the importance of clients' decision making in the psychotherapeutic process, National Association of Pastoral Counsellors and Psychotherapists Journal, 2(1): 2 – 7.
  • Minton, S.J. (2000). A brief reflection on Kierkegaard's legacy to contemporary psychotherapy. Existential Analysis, 11(2): 81 – 90.

KAPITLER I REDIGERTE BØKER (15)

  • Minton, S.J. & Lile, H.S. (2020). The Sámi people in Norway: Historical marginalisation and assimilation, contemporary experiences of prejudice, and a new truth commission. In N.K. Denzin & J. Salvo (eds), New Directions in Theorizing Qualitative Research: Indigenous Research. Gorham, ME: Myers Educational Press.  
  • Minton, S.J. (2019). Setting the scene. In S.J. Minton (ed), Residential School Systems and Indigenous Peoples: From Genocide via Education to the Possibilities for Truth, Restitution, Reconciliation and Reclamation. London: Routledge.  
  • Minton, S.J. (2019). Certain theoretical touchstones. In S.J. Minton (ed), Residential School Systems and Indigenous Peoples: From Genocide via Education to the Possibilities for Truth, Restitution, Reconciliation and Reclamation. London: Routledge.
  • Minton, S.J. & Thiesen, H. (2019). Greenland. In S.J. Minton (ed), Residential School Systems and Indigenous Peoples: From Genocide via Education to the Possibilities for Truth, Restitution, Reconciliation and Reclamation. London: Routledge.
  • Vane, J.; Minton, S.J.; Ka‘ai, T.; Norman-Hill, R. & Winder, N.N. (2019). Reflections. In S.J. Minton (ed), Residential School Systems and Indigenous Peoples: From Genocide via Education to the Possibilities for Truth, Restitution, Reconciliation and Reclamation. London: Routledge.
  • Minton, S.J. & Lile, H.S. (2019). Considering a truth commission in Norway with respect to the past forcible assimilation of the Sámi people In S. Wilson, A.V. Breen & L. DuPré (eds), Research and Reconciliation: Unsettling Ways of Knowing through Indigenous Relationships. Toronto, ON: Canadian Scholars Press.
  • Minton, S.J. (2018). Alterophobic bullying and violence. In J.L. Ireland, P. Birch & C.A. Ireland (eds), The Routledge International Handbook of Human Aggression: Current Issues and Perspectives. London: Routledge, pp. 143-152.
  • Minton, S.J. (2016). Physical proximity, social distance and cyber-bullying research. In C. Mc Guckin & L. Corcoran (eds), Bullying and Cyberbullying: Prevalence, Psychological Impacts and Intervention Strategies. Hauppage, New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Burke, J. & Minton, S.J. (2016). Re-thinking well-being measures in bullying and cyber-bullying research. In C. Mc Guckin & L. Corcoran (eds), Bullying and Cyberbullying: Prevalence, Psychological Impacts and Intervention Strategies. Hauppage, New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Burke, J. & Minton, S.J. (2013). Positive psychology in guidance counselling. In the School Guidance Handbook, available directly on the world-wide web: http://www.schoolguidancehandbook.ncge.ie
  • Minton, S.J. (2013). Homophobic bullying in schools in Ireland. In O’ Moore, A.M. & Stevens, P. (eds.), Bullying in Irish Education, pp. 65–79. Cork: Cork University Press.
  • O' Moore, M. & Minton, S.J. (2006). Protecting children: making the school environment safe. In C. Gittins (ed), Violence Reduction in Schools - How to make a Difference. Strasbourg, Council Of Europe.
  • O’ Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2004). Ireland: The Donegal Primary Schools Anti-Bullying Project. In P.K. Smith, D. Pepler & K. Rigby (eds), Bullying in Schools: How Successful Can Interventions Be? Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • O’ Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2003). Ireland. In P.K. Smith (ed), Violence in Schools: The Response in Europe. London: Routledge.
  • O’ Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2003). The hidden voice of bullying. In M. Shevlin & R. Rose (eds), Encouraging Voices: Respecting the Insights of Young People who Have Been Marginalised, Dublin: The National Disability Authority.

PAPIRER FRA KONFERANSER MED PROSEDYRER (26)

  • Minton, S,J. & Lile, H.S. (2019). Experiences of school bullying amongst Sámi people in Norway. Presented at the World Anti-Bullying Forum, Dublin City University, June 4th - 6th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2019). Residential schools and Indigenous peoples. Presented at the 15th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, USA, May 15th - 18th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2019). A review of national mechanisms in preventing and dealing with cases of violence against children in Northern Macedonia. Presented at the 15th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, USA, May 15th - 18th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2019). Alterophobia and alterophobic bullying and violence. Presented at the 15th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, USA, May 15th - 18th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2019). Why aren’t we beating school bullying? The case for a critical interrogation of anti-bullying strategies. Presented at the 15th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, USA, May 15th - 18th.
  • Dimusevska, E. & Minton, S.J. (2018). Examining national mechanisms in identifying, intervening in and preventing cases of violence against children in Macedonia. Presented at the 6th Regional European Safe Community Conference: Achieving Sustainable Development Goals – Towards a Violence-Free Community, Skopje, Macedonia, October 3rd - 5th.
  • Minton, S.J. & Lile, H.S. (2018). A conversation about the truth and reconciliation commission in Norway for the Sámi and Kven peoples: What can we learn from truth and reconciliation processes elsewhere? Presented at the 14th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, USA, May 16th - 19th.
  • Minton, S.J. & Lynch, J.J. (2018). Comparing experiences of survivors of irish industrial schools and indigenous survivors of residential schools. Presented at the 14th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, USA, May 16th - 19th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2018). Attempting to advance the community development approach to preventing and dealing with school bullying. Presented at the 14th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, USA, May 16th - 19th.
  • Lynch, J.J. & Minton, S.J. (2017). ‘The wolves will get you’: The exploitation of Ireland’s poor children in residential institutions. Presented at the XXXVth International Congress on Law and Mental Health, Faculty of Law, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, July 9th - 14th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2016). Alterophobia and hate crime. Presented at The Politics of Hate: Community, Societal and Global Responses, 2nd Biannual Conference of the International Network for Hate Studies, University of Limerick, May 24th - 26th. 
  • Murray, G.T. & Minton, S.J. (2014). Teacher-on-teacher workplace bullying: an in-depth study in post-primary schools in Ireland. Presented at the 9th International Conference on Workplace Bullying and Harassment, University of Milan, Italy, 17th - 20th June.
  • Corcoran, L.; Mc Guckin, C.; O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2014). Coping with Cyber-bullying: which responses are helpful? Presented at the 38th Annual Conference of the Educational Studies Association of Ireland, Radisson Hotel, Limerick., 22nd March.
  • Minton, S.J. (2013). Homophobia and heterosexism in schools in Ireland. Presented at the British Educational Research Association / Irish Research Council New Foundations: School 'Ethos' and LGBT Sexualities Conference, University of Limerick, 17th May.
  • Minton, S.J. (2011). Experiences of and perspectives on homophobic bullying amongst a sample of upper secondary school students in Ireland. 15th European Conference on Developmental Psychology. Bergen, Norway, 23rd – 27th August.
  • O’ Moore, A. M.; Mc Guire, L.; Smith, M.; Minton, S.J.; & McGuckin, C. (2009). The Anti-Bullying Centre. The British Psychological Society (Northern Ireland Branch) Annual Conference. Co. Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, 24th-26th April.
  • Minton, S.J. & O' Moore, A.M. (2007). Efectividad de un programa nacional para prevenir y atajar el acoso en Irlanda., Congreso Internacional de Violenci Escolar (Bullying), University of Almeria, Spain, 21st - 23rd November.
  • Minton, S.J. & O' Moore, A.M. (2007). Results of a nationwide anti-bullying initiative in Ireland. 13th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, University of Jena, Germany, 21st - 25th August.
  • Minton, S.J. (2006). Addressing the concerns of teachers around bullying behaviour in school communities. The Fifth International Conference on Workplace Bullying, Trinity College Dublin, June 15th - 17th.
  • O'Moore, M. & Minton, S.J. (2004). An evaluation of a whole school approach to prevention and intervention of bullying in schools in Ireland. In K. Österman & K. Björkqvist (eds), Contemporary Research on Aggression Proceedings of the XVI World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Santorini, Greece.
  • Minton, S.J. (2004). The hidden voice of bullying: Respecting the experiences of young people who have been marginalised, Student Journeys: The Special Education Routes, University College Dublin, Dec 6th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2004). An Introduction to the Nationwide Intervention Programme Against Bullying Behaviour in Irish Schools, 'Taking Fear Out of Schools': International Policy and Research Conference on School Bullying and Violence, Stavanger University College, Norway, Sep 5th – 8th.
  • Minton, S.J. & O' Moore, A.M. (2004). Teachers - a critical focus group in both schools-based and workplace anti-bullying research: perspectives from Ireland. Fourth International Conference on Bullying and Harrassment in the Workplace, University of Bergen, Norway, June 28th – 29th.
  • O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2003). Reshaping young people's attitudes towards aggression and bullying: towards a nationwide intervention in Irish Schools. Fourth International Conference of PhD Students, University of Miskolc, Hungary, Aug 11th – 17th.
  • Minton, S.J. & O' Moore, A.M. (2001). The promotion of children and young people's mental health in Europe: The Donegal Primary Schools Anti-Bullying Programme. Connect FI-006 'From Ripples to Waves' (Tackling Violence at School) Conference, Hotel Crowne Plaza, Brugge, Belgium, Nov 28th – 29th.
  • O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2001). Tackling Violence in Schools: A Report from Ireland. Connect UK-001 (Tackling Violence at School) Conference, Goldsmiths’ College, London.

OFFISIELLE RAPPORTER (4)

  • Minton, S.J.; Dimusevska, E.; Skrijelj, S. & Dimitrievska, V. (2018). Prevention, Identification, Reporting and Referral of Cases of Violence Against Children: Overview of State Response Mechanisms. Skopje, Macedonia: UNICEF. Available directly on the world-wide web: https://www.unicef.org/tfyrmacedonia/Prevencija_identif_english_cela_new_quotes.pdf
  • Minton, S.J. (2011). Supporting School Psychologists to Work with Vulnerable Students. Skopje, Macedonia: Macedonian Civic Education Centre.
  • Minton, S.J. & O' Moore, A.M. (2004). A Review of Scientifically Evaluated Good Practises of Preventing and Reducing Bullying at School in the EU Member States. European Commission.
  • O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2002). Tackling Violence in Schools in Norway: An Evaluation of the 'Broad' Approach. Connect UK-001 (Tackling Violence at School) Project.

YTTERLIGERE PUBLIKASJONER OG PRESENTASJONER (55)

  • Minton, S.J. (2019). Mobbing og godt psykososialt miljø. [Bullying and good psychocial environment]. Invited lecture at Høgskolen i Østfold [Østfold University College], Norway, 17th September.
  • Minton, S.J. & Berg, K. (2019). An open letter to stakeholders concerning members of alternative subcultures and Sweden’s hate crime legislature. In Rights! Om rätten till subkulturell identitet [On the Right to Subcultural Identity], pp. 48 - 50.
  • Minton, S.J. (2019). Residential schools and Indigenous peoples: From genocide via education to the possibilities for truth, restitution, reconciliation and reclamation. Presented as part of the School of Education Research Seminar Series 2018 – 2019, School of Education, Trinity College Dublin, May 30th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2018). Truth and reconciliation processes and Indigenous peoples - genocide via education. Presented at the TRiSS (Trinity Research in Social Sciences) Seminar on Ethnic Segregation, Trinity College Dublin, November 29th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2018). Residential schools and Indigenous peoples - genocide via education. Presented at the Crises of Democracy and Cultural Trauma: Trinity College Dublin / Columbia University Joint Symposium, Trinity College Dublin, November 5th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2018). Thoughts on some Indigenous experiences of education and higher education. Presented at the Racism in Higher Education Seminar, Marino Institute of Education, Dublin, June 21st.
  • Minton, S.J. (2018). Cyber-aggression: How can parents keep their children / teenagers safe? Invited talk at Compass Parents (Parents from Minority Schools) Event, Dublin, March 10th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2018). Alterophobia and alterophobic bullying and violence. Presented as part of the Critical Perspectives on Youth, Community and Urban Regeneration Seminar Series, Department of Sociology, University of Limerick, February 21st.
  • Minton, S.J. (2017). The systematic protection of children in child protection systems: An invitation to think, question and act. Presented as part of the School of Education Research Seminar Series 2017 – 2018, School of Education, Trinity College Dublin, November 30th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2017). Cyber-aggression: How can parents support their children / teenagers? National Parents’ Council (Post-Primary) Spring Seminar, Dublin, April 8th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2017). Why aren't we beating bullying? The Psychologist, 30(March): 40 - 43. Available directly on the world-wide web: https://thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/volume-30/march-2017/why-arent-we-beating-bullying
  • Minton, S.J. (2017). ‘The West’s Awake!’ A Community Development approach to preventing and dealing with school bullying and violence. Presented as part of School of Education Research Seminar Series 2016 – 2017, School of Education, Trinity College Dublin, 23rd February.
  • Minton, S.J. (2016). Politikk, programmer og forskning på mobbing i Norge. [Politics, programmes and research on bullying in Norway]. Invited paper at Forskersemininaret i psykososialt arbeid, Høgskolen i Østfold [Research Seminar on Psychosocial Work, Østfold University College], Norway, 24th October.
  • Minton, S.J. (2015). Thinking about psychological aspects of well-being. Presented at the Annual Conference of Divisional Inspectors, Drumcondra Education Centre, Dublin, December 10th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2015). Education and Marginalisation: ‘Norwegianisation’ and the Sami people. Presented as part of School of Education Research Seminar Series 2015 – 2016, School of Education, Trinity College Dublin, 24th September.
  • Minton, S.J. (2014). Alterophobia, school bullying and membership of sub-cultures: Perspectives from Ireland. Presented at the Alternative Solutions to Hate Crime Conference: A Holistic Approach for 2014, Burnley Mechanics, Burnley, Lancashire, 26th November.
  • Minton, S.J. (2014). Cyber-bullying: What guidance counsellors need to know. Presented at the Institute of Guidance Counsellors’ Annual Conference, Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, 21st - 23rd March.
  • Minton, S.J. (2013). Carroll’s Seven Tasks of Supervision as Applied to School Placement Supervision. Presented at The Work of Supervisors of School Placement: Educative, Formative, Normative Conference, Trinity College Dublin, 6th December.
  • Vane, J. & Minton, S.J. (2013). Diagnostic systems – what else might be needed? Thinking about autistic spectrum conditions with specific reference to DSM-V. Presented at the Asperger Syndrome Association of Ireland (ASPIRE) ‘Challenging DSM-5 – Broader Perspectives’ Conference. Trinity College Dublin, 8th – 9th November.
  • Minton, S.J. (2013). Social media and bullying in adolescents. Presented at the British Society for Paediatric and Adolescent Rheumatology Annual Conference, Dublin Castle, Dublin, 3rd - 4th October.
  • Aagre, W.; Engenes, A. & Minton, S.J. (2013). Towards a psychosocial understanding of youth sub-culture: A study of body suspension practice. Presented at the 12th Nordic Youth Research Symposium (NYRIS 12), 'Changing Societies and Cultures: Youth in the Digital Age', Tallinn, Estonia, 12th -14th June.
  • Minton, S.J. (2013). The archetypal significance of story: fairy tale and myth in C.G. Jung, and Neil Gaiman’s ‘Sandman’. Presented at The Role of Fairytale in Contemporary Theatre, a two-day symposium in Trinity College Dublin, 7th – 8th June.
  • Engenes, A.; Minton, S.J. & Aagre, W. (2013). A cross-national psychosocial study of two youth sub-cultures: body suspension and ‘old school’ goths. Presented at Psychology, Youth and Education: A One-Day Seminar, Trinity College Dublin, 16th April.
  • Minton, S.J. (2013). Developing technological tools in the prevention and countering of cyber-bullying behaviour. Presented at the Dealing with Cyber-bullying: A Practical Approach conference, Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT), Dún Laoghaire, 23rd March.
  • Corcoran, L.; Mc Guckin, C.; O’ Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2013). Coping with Cyberbullying: Which responses are helpful? Presented at the 38th Annual Conference of the Educational Studies Association of Ireland, Radisson Hotel, Limerick, 22nd March.
  • Minton, S.J. (2012). Bullying behaviour in schools: what we know, and what we can do. Presented at the meeting of the Oireachtas All-Party Committee on Health and Children, Leinster House, Dublin, 17th October.
  • Minton, S.J. (2012). Psychological health perspectives on the bullying of minorities: Research from Ireland, Konferanse om retten til psykososial helse i skolen [Conference on the Right to Psychosocial Health in School]. University of Tromsø, Norway, October 12th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2012). Conceptualising school bullying behaviour: Moving beyond an atheoretical approach. Trinity Education Papers, 1(1): 22 – 35.
  • Minton, S.J. (2012). Bullying behaviour in schools: what we know, and what we can do. Invited presentation to the Oireachtas All-Party Committee on Health and Children, Leinster House, Dublin, 17th October.
  • Minton, S.J. (2012). Social cognition, genocide and the Sioux-Cheyenne campaign (1864 – 1890). Presented as part of School of Education Research Seminar Series 2012 – 2013, School of Education, Trinity College Dublin, 27th September.
  • Minton, S.J. (2011). Cyberbullying and its implications for primary schools. In Touch, (November): 40 - 41
  • Minton, S.J. (2011). Alterophobia and alterophobic bullying. Presented as part of the School of Education Research Seminar Series 2010 – 2011, School of Education, Trinity College Dublin, 24th February.
  • Minton, S.J. (2010). What motivates people to learn? Psychological responses from ecological-developmental and humanistic standpoints, Wexford Educational Network Annual Conference, Talbot Hotel, Wexford, 18th November.
  • Minton, S.J. (2010). Understanding and counteracting bullying behaviour amongst young people, Challenges and Developments in the Youth Work Sector 2010 Conference, Leighlinbridge, Co. Carlow, 6th March.
  • O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2009). Cyber-bullying: The Irish experience, 14th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, Mykolas Romeris University, Vilnius, Lithuania, 18th-22nd August.
  • Minton, S.J. (2008). Effective strategies for dealing with bullying amongst students at post-primary schools. National Association of Principals and Deputy Principals Annual In-Service, Great Northern Hotel, Bundoran, Co. Donegal, 18th April.
  • Minton, S.J. , Cyberbullying among young people in Ireland., Child Links, 2008(1): 19 – 22.
  • Deboutte, G.; Deklerck, J.; O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2007). ‘Verbondenheid’: Creating a Positive School Ethos of Non-Violence and Respect through ‘Linkedness’. vista-europe.org/unit_b3.php, VISTA Project.
  • Chankova, D.; Poshtova, T.; Deboutte, G. & Minton, S.J. (2007). Ethical Issues and Children’s Rights. vista-europe.org/unit_c1.php, VISTA Project.
  • O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2007). Working with Parents. vista-europe.org/unit_b4.php, VISTA Project.
  • O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2007). Working with Teachers., vista-europe.org/unit_b5.php, VISTA Project.
  • Minton, S.J. (2007). What do we know about cyber-bullying?, PSI Special Interest Group in Child and Adolescent Psychology AGM Conference - Childhood and Technology, University College Dublin, 21st April.
  • Minton, S.J. (2007). Bullying behaviour amongst young people: what parents need to know. The 23rd Annual Parents' Associations of Community and Comprehensive Schools, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary, 3rd - 4th March.
  • O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2005). Violence in schools in a culturally diverse society. Standing Conference on Teacher Education North and South (SCoTENS) Third Annual Conference, Grand Hotel, Malahide, Co. Dublin, November 10th – 11th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2005). Working together to prevent children from school bullying and suicide, Education Show Ireland, RDS, Apr 21st – 23rd.
  • Minton, S.J. (2005). Preventing and countering bullying behaviour amongst young people in schools: What classroom staff need to know, Education Show Ireland, RDS, Apr 21st – 23rd.
  • Minton, S.J. (2005). Bullying, depression and suicide: Towards a whole school preventative response, Education and Management Conference, Red Cow Hotel, Dublin 22, March 8th.
  • Minton, S.J. (2005). A brief guide on how parents can help bullied children, New Parent and Kids Expo Official Show Guide.
  • Minton, S.J. (2005). Preventing and countering bullying behaviour in schools, Education Show Ireland Official Show Guide.
  • Minton, S.J. (2004). Preventing and countering school bullying, National Conference of the Institute of Guidance Counsellors, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal.
  • Minton, S.J. (2003). Investigating, countering and preventing bullying behaviour in primary schools in Ireland, Education Show Ireland, RDS, April 3rd – 5th.
  • O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. (2002). The hidden voice of bullying. National Disability Authority: Encouraging Voices Conference, Burlington Hotel, Dublin, September 28th – 29th.
  • Minton, S.J.; Masterson, F. & Murphy, F. (2001). 'Pathways Through Education': Building Confidence and Self-Esteem in Our Students. Making a Difference: A Conference on Responding to the Needs of Young People in Our Presentation Primary and Secondary Schools, Springhill Court Hotel, Kilkenny, December 1st.
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  • Minton, S.J. (2001). Review of Momma and the Meaning of Life, by Yalom, I.D. , Existential Analysis, 12(2).