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Four voices, four perspectives, endless conversation. This weekly podcast sits you at our table and takes on a number of research-backed topics of social importance. Public health, education, social justice, relationships, the modern workplace setting, you name it; if it’s been researched, we’ll be talking about it! Each week, we look into a research question of particular interest and navigate through the complexities as we try to answer these questions and provide our bottom-line perspectives. Through our discussions, inquiry and ideas, we aim to influence our listeners to initiate conversations on pressing social issues.
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Episode 25: Gangs, Activists, and Law Enforcement: The Formation of Relational Role Theory: How Stakeholders Externalize Violent Street Gangs (Research Miniseries 1 of 3)
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A dissertation is the culmination of a doctoral students’ journey as they seek their terminal degrees. It is a long and treacherous process, which tests our research abilities, and where we are tasked with the responsibility of adding to the knowledge base of our field. In this first part of a three-segment mini-series, we wanted to take moment and recognize Kacey Shap and his contributions to the field of social and behavioral science, and have a chat about his study, which is titled:
Gangs, Activists, and Law Enforcement: The Formation of Relational Role Theory
How Stakeholders Externalize Violent Street Gangs.