Two-Eyed Seeing: researching cyberbullying for Indigenous youth
Dr. Johanna Sam has established the Community-based Indigeneity Resiliency Cyberbullying Lab and Education (C.I.R.C.L.E) at UBC to work with students in a social science lab setting.
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