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Média Youth, Violence and Education Conference : Dr. Elizabeth Meyer

Youth and violence The role of educationinspiring solutions
Dr. Elizabeth Meyer, a professor in the School of Education at California State Polytechnic University and writer of numerous books and articles on gender and bullying, has been involved in education and equity work in the US and Canada for the past 15 years, including at Montréal’s Concordia University. While beginning her teaching career as a high school teacher, she learned just how common and destructive homophobic bullying and sexual harassment are in today’s schools. Despite its prevalence, both teachers and administrators are far less likely to intervene in such cases than in other types of school bullying. Dr. Meyer’s research has focused on understanding the obstacles to reducing gendered harassment in schools and examining how both the school climate and our pedagogies need to change to combat this problem. She has written numerous articles and is the author of two books, Gender, Bullying, and Harassment: Strategies to End Sexism and Homophobia in Schools and Gender and Sexual Diversity in Schools.

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