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(2020-02-07)Just over one in 10 primary school age children in Ireland are first-generation immigrants (Department of Education and Skills [DES] 2018a). An even larger number of Irish primary school pupils have at least one immigrant ...
An examination of the career aspirations of Irish children within the framework of goal contents theory (2020-02-07)Aims: This study explored the following questions: (a) what are students‟ career aspirations and goal contents? (b) are there predictive factors of students‟ career aspirations and goal contents? (c) how do students‟ career ...
The Untold story of the monster: a psychoanalytic analysis of the monster through the anamorphic lens (2020-02-04)Research identifies the perception of evil as a mechanism to segregate people from inhuman and monstrous transgressors. Luke Russell defines that ‘the evil of the agent is supposed to provide a complete explanation of the ...
An Exploration of the use of therapeutic intervention across school psychology services in Ireland (2020-01-27)Aims: Educational legislation in the United Kingdom (UK) of the 1980s, in support of children and young people with additional needs, placed a duty on educational psychologists (EPs) to complete statutory assessments ...
(2020-01-24)Early School Leaving (ESL) represents a massive loss of potential to individuals who leave school and can have a much wider social and economic cost. This study examines Early School Leaving (ESL) and resilience among young ...