Ellouise graduated from Middlesex in 2012 with a BA in Sociology with Psychology and then in 2014 completed the MSc Psychology (Conversion). Ellouise is currently working on the 'Developing Research Informed Good Practice Policing and Industry Collaborative Models in Preventing Online Child Abuse and Profiling Child Victims' project with CATs and is also employed in the Psychology dept. as a Graduate Academic Assistant. Her MPhil/PhD is within the field of Forensic Psychology, focusing on online behaviour and in particular, internet trolling. Ellouise is developing her research conducted at Master's level which proposed a typology of RIP trolls in response to the Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting in Newtown Connecticut in December 2012. The overall aim of her doctoral research therefore is to attempt to provide a relevant and adequate typology of trolling behaviour online. Other aspects of her research include attempting to provide a clear definition of the phenomenon and to look in more depth at explanations for trolling. Ellouise is also involved in the Forensic Psychology Research Group based at Middlesex University.
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Research Outputs & Interests
PhD research: A Proposed Typology of Internet Trolling Using Smallest Space Analysis
Lambert, Nicky and Hafford-Letchfield, Trish and Khan, Hafiz T. A. and Brady, Dominique and Long, Ellouise and Clarke, Lisa (2018) Stories of intimacy and sexuality in later life: Solo women speak. In: Sexuality, Sexual and Gender Identities and Intimacy Research in Social Work and Social Care: A Lifecourse Epistemology. Dunk-West, Priscilla and Hafford-Letchfield, Trish , eds. Routledge, London, pp. 1-21. ISBN 9781138225879 (Accepted/In press)
Hafford-Letchfield, Trish and Lambert, Nicky and Long, Ellouise and Brady, Dominique (2017) Going Solo: findings from a survey of women ageing without a partner and who do not have children. Journal of Women and Ageing, 29 (4). pp. 321-333. ISSN 0895-2841