Professor Mike Boulton
professor of psychology, University of Chester; researcher, bully-victim relationships and psychological well-being

Mike has been an academic for almost thirty years, and for much of that time he has been researching the links between children’s relationships and well-being. He is especially interested in understanding bullying and his work on this topic has been cited widely (e.g., in numerous policy documents produced by governments and NGOs).

Mike believes that while current approaches to tackling bullying are helpful in many respects, it is now time for a radical re-think. This is especially true in the ‘digital age’ with its almost unlimited opportunities for cyber bullying. Doing far (far) more to prevent bullying-supporting attitudes and beliefs in the early years is something he strongly advocates.


Sunday 23 October, 16.00 Frobisher Auditorium 2
Are schools producing Generation Snowflake?