Author Archives: Joseph

About Joseph

My primary research identity as a community psychologist and action researcher revolves around inter-related concepts germane to positive youth development: social and emotional learning, violence prevention, and response to victimization in both schools and non-school communities. I assess these constructs through ecological and cyber lenses with an interest in the role of power, wellness, oppression and liberation. I am a graduate student in the Community Research and Action doctoral program in Peabody College at Vanderbilt University. I'm working towards an R1 faculty position in a human development related department at a university with data science and community partnership emphases.

School Bullying Research Using DiscoverText

Our Vanderbilt University team uses DiscoverText (DT) to support qualitative text analysis of 8,531 high school students’ responses about their in-school experiences of bullying. DiscoverText has offered us powerful ways to perform key steps throughout our coding process. Fundamentally, DT … Continue reading

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