dr. nazirah binti hassan

pensyarah universiti

pusat kajian psikologi & kesejahteraan manusia (psitra)

 nazirah@ukm.edu.my



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • My educational journey has been an enriching odyssey, culminating in the acquisition of a distinguished Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degree from the renowned School of Social Work and Social Policy at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, United Kingdom. My field of research interest revolves around the application of Restorative Justice principles to address aggressive behavior and violence, both offline and online, with a specific focus on young offenders. In the context of young offenders, Restorative Justice offers a unique opportunity to break the cycle of recidivism and promote rehabilitation. By engaging both the offenders and their victims in structured and facilitated dialogue, restorative processes allow for a deeper understanding of the harm caused and the underlying reasons behind the aggressive behavior. Through open communication and guided interventions, young offenders can take responsibility for their actions, acknowledge the impact on others, and work towards making amends, fostering a sense of accountability and empathy. Offline aggressive behavior and violence among young people often have deep-rooted causes, such as trauma, family dynamics, or peer influences. Restorative Justice interventions delve into these underlying issues, providing a supportive environment for young offenders to address their struggles and make positive changes. By focusing on repairing relationships and building resilience, Restorative Justice seeks to address the root causes of aggression and violence, reducing the likelihood of future harmful behaviors.
    Furthermore, the increasing prevalence of online aggression and cyberbullying presents new challenges in the digital era. Restorative Justice can be effectively adapted to the virtual space, promoting constructive dialogue and healing even in the face of online conflicts. By involving all parties, including online communities and school authorities, Restorative Justice aims to cultivate a culture of empathy and respect, fostering safer online environments. As a researcher in this field, my goal is to advance knowledge on the effectiveness of Restorative Justice in addressing aggressive behavior and violence among young offenders, both offline and online. Through empirical studies and qualitative research, I seek to highlight the benefits of this approach, advocating for its integration in the juvenile justice system and educational settings. By championing Restorative Justice, I aspire to contribute to the creation of a more compassionate and equitable society, empowering young people to learn from their mistakes, make amends, and transform their lives positively.

  • nazirah hassan.  (2023).  pelajar ditahan caci soalan sejarah spm: pakar beri reaksi berbeza.  - getaran.  1-11. 

     

    mohd alif jasni, nazirah hassan, fauziah ibrahim, mohammad rahim kamaluddin.  (2023).  "they keep returning to chow kit road after being released from prison" : exploring the view of professional government officers and volunteers towards the internal migration of homeless former prisoners in malaysia.  - journal of population and social studies.  337-358. 

     

    nazirah hassan.  (2023).  deprivation and importation measures as predictors of bullying perpetration in young correctional institutions.  - sage open.  1-13. 

     

    fauziah ibrahim, nazirah hassan, ezarina zakaria, wan shahrazad wan sulaiman, mohammad rahim kamaluddin, nurulatiqah yunos.  (2023).  hubungan antara efikasi diri dan situasi berisiko tinggi relaps dalam kalangan banduan dadah.  - e-bangi: journal of social sciences & humanities.  242-248. 

     

    irina riyanti muhammad nur, khadijah alavi, nazirah hassan, nur hasna che had, mohd shakir zufayri shuhaimi.  (2023).  cabaran penjawat awam dalam menyediakan nafkah kepada ibu bapa tua.  - e-bangi: journal of social sciences & humanities.  267-279. 

     

    nazirah hassan.  (2023).  deprivation and importation measures as predictors of bullying perpetration in young correctional institutions.  - sage open.  1-13. 

     

    mohd alif jasni, nazirah hassan, fauziah ibrahim, mohammad rahim kamaluddin.  (2023).  "they keep returning to chow kit road after being released from prison" : exploring the view of professional government officers and volunteers towards the internal migration of homeless former prisoners in malaysia.  - journal of population and social studies.  337-358. 

     

    mohd alif jasni, nazirah hassan, fauziah ibrahim, mohammad rahim kamaluddin.  (2023).  the experience of internal (domestic) migration among 30 homeless former prisoners in kuala lumpur, malaysia.  - indonesian journal of geography.  361-369. 

     

    nazirah hassan.  (2023).  deprivation and importation measures as predictors of bullying perpetration in young correctional institutions.  - sage open.  1-13. 

     

    nazirah hassan; muhammad amirul aidil rosly.  (2022).  sexual behaviour among young people in approved schools: developing a framework for sexuality education.  - international journal of academic research in progressive education and development.  506-519. 

     

    nazirah hassan; tan yun yu; wong chui mei jocelyn.  (2022).  the challenges of elearning during covid-19 pandemic among primary-age children: a rapid review of evidence.  - international journal of academic research in progressive education and development.  528-544. 

     

    m f zakaria, e ezani, n hassan, n a ramli, m i a wahab.  (2019).  traffic-related air pollution (trap), air quality perception and respiratory health symptoms of active commuters in a university outdoor environment.  - iop conference series: earth and environmental science.  1-13. 

     

    fauziah ibrahim, khadijah alavi, nazirah hassan.  (2019).  penulisan tesis: kualitatif dan kuantitatif.  - 151. 

     

    khadijah alavi, fauziah ibrahim, nazirah hassan.  (2019).  penulisan tesis: kajian kualitatif dan kuantitatif.  - 4. 

     

    khadijah alavi, fauziah ibrahim, nazirah hassan.  (2019).  penulisan tesis: kajian kualitatif dan kuantitatif.  - 4. 

     

    nazirah hassan.  (2019).  penulisan tesis: kajian kualitatif dan kuantitatif.  - 19. 

     

    nazirah hassan & tuan sharifah diana syed ahmad.  (2015).  new paradigms in evidence-based social work : research and practice.  - 16. 

     

    nazirah hassan.  (2020).  bullying and juvenile correctional facilities.  - 160. 

     

    fauziah ibrahim, khadijah alavi, nazirah hassan.  (2019).  penulisan tesis: kualitatif dan kuantitatif.  - 151. 

     

    nazirah hassan.  (2023).  pelajar ditahan caci soalan sejarah spm: pakar beri reaksi berbeza.  - getaran.  1-11. 

     

    nazirah hassan, alang azizah.  (2023).  criminalising cyberbullying: exploring perceived punishment.  - the european conference on law enforcement and public.  1-7. 

     

    siti aisya athirah hassan, nor jana saim, norulhuda sarnon@kusenin, nazirah hassan.  (2023).  hubungkait motivasi diri dan dorongan ibu bapa terhadap minat akademik dalam kalangan murid orang asli.  - 8th international conference on social sciences and humanities (icosh 2023).  23. 

     

    fauziah binti ibrahim;wan shahrazad binti wan sulaiman;nazirah binti hassan;ezarina binti zakaria;mohammad rahim bin kamaluddin.  (2022).  penilaian model situasi berisiko tinggi relaps terhadap kelompok b40 banduan dadah.  -

     

    nazirah hassan, alang azizah, shahidah isa.  (2022).  cyberbullying victimization and mental health problems among university students in malaysia: towards promoting digital resilience in higher education.  - asia pacific special education and mental health conference 26th august 2022 | penang, malaysia.  1-14.