Bullying Sexual and Dating Violence Trajectories From Early to Late Adolescence

Project: Research project

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Description

Project Title: Bullying, Sexual, and Dating Violence Trajectories From Early to Late Adolescence PIs: Dorothy Espelage, Ph.D., Sabina Low, Ph.D. Institution for Subcontract: Arizona State University Project Timeline: September 1, 2012-December, 2012; January 2013- December 31, 2013 Scope of Work Y1 I. A one day meeting with Dr. Espelage (Arizona)isplanned to coordinate dissemination of project findings. Scope of Work Y2 I. Consulting, management and oversight. These study data are being collected in Illinois, but as Co-PI, I will assist in the selection, planning and execution of all datacollection and study implementation tasks. In this role, I will also play a leadership and consultative role given my substantive experience with etiological studies on adolescent populations. These duties include, but are not limited to, decisions around hiring, modifying Y2 survey and monitoring study timeline and goals II. Analyze and disseminate study data. In conjunction with the PI, I will actively analyze and disseminate knowledge derived from the investigation in the following ways: conference presentations (e.g., SRA, INSNA), peer-reviewed publications, and school presentations. In addition, I will play a large conceptual role in deciding the content of the aforementioned deliverables. III. Participate in steering team meetings. We will have an annual meeting with the PI and to strategize and coordinate data collection and dissemination progress. IV.Oversee statistics/methodology consultant: In conjunction with the PI, I will play an active and collaborative role with the methodology consultant on this project
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date9/1/1212/31/13

Funding

  • DOJ-OJP: National Institute of Justice (NIJ): $16,041.00

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