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Panel Vii: International And Comparative Perspectives Of Masculinities, Camille A. Nelson, Valorie K. Vojdik, Barbara Pozzo Nov 2016

Panel Vii: International And Comparative Perspectives Of Masculinities, Camille A. Nelson, Valorie K. Vojdik, Barbara Pozzo

Camille Nelson

Moderator: Rachel J. Anderson

Panelists:
Camille A. Nelson: Sexuality without Borders: Exploring the Paradoxical Connection between Dancehall and Colonial Law in Jamaica
Valorie K. Vojdik: Masculinities, Feminism and the Turkish Headscarf Ban: Sahin Revisted
Barbara Pozzo: Masculinities Italian Style


Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 31: The Police Subculture And Police Shootings, Philip M. Stinson Jul 2016

Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 31: The Police Subculture And Police Shootings, Philip M. Stinson

Philip M Stinson

This episode of the Police Integrity Lost podcast features an interview of Bowling Green State University professor Phil Stinson that originally aired live on BBC World News on July 8, 2016.


Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 30: Findings From A 7-Year Study On Police Crime, Philip M. Stinson, John Liederbach Jul 2016

Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 30: Findings From A 7-Year Study On Police Crime, Philip M. Stinson, John Liederbach

Philip M Stinson

This episode of the Police Integrity Lost podcast features a webinar that was held on June 23 2016 to discuss the major findings of the final technical report submitted to the National Institute of Justice on Phil Stinson's 7-year study on crime committed by sworn law enforcement officers.


Police Integrity Lost Webinar: Findings From A Multiyear Study On Law Enforcement Officers Arrested, Philip M. Stinson, John Liederbach Jul 2016

Police Integrity Lost Webinar: Findings From A Multiyear Study On Law Enforcement Officers Arrested, Philip M. Stinson, John Liederbach

Philip M Stinson

Video recording of a webinar analyzing data on 6,724 arrests over a seven-year period (2005-2011). These arrests involved more than 5,500 individual sworn law enforcement officers who were employed by over 2,500 non-federal state and local law enforcement agencies located in 1,205 counties and independent cities in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.


Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 29: Interview Of Phil Stinson On Vocal Minority Report, Philip M. Stinson Jun 2016

Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 29: Interview Of Phil Stinson On Vocal Minority Report, Philip M. Stinson

Philip M Stinson

This episode of the Police Integrity Lost podcast features an interview of Phil Stinson that was originally recorded for the Vocal Minority Report on May 24, 2016.


Engaging Individuals And Families Around Employment, John Kramer, Nancy Nickolaus, Thinkwork! At The Institute For Community Inclusion At Umass Boston Jun 2016

Engaging Individuals And Families Around Employment, John Kramer, Nancy Nickolaus, Thinkwork! At The Institute For Community Inclusion At Umass Boston

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Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 28: Police Shootings: Are Officers Ever Convicted?, Philip M. Stinson Feb 2016

Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 28: Police Shootings: Are Officers Ever Convicted?, Philip M. Stinson

Philip M Stinson

This episode of the Police Integrity Lost podcast features an interview of Bowling Green State University professor Phil Stinson that aired live January 24, 2016, on the Nick Taliaferro Show on WURD 900AM Radio in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 27: Police Shootings: Does Video Evidence Matter?, Philip M. Stinson Feb 2016

Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 27: Police Shootings: Does Video Evidence Matter?, Philip M. Stinson

Philip M Stinson

This episode of the Police Integrity Lost podcast features an interview of Bowling Green State University professor Phil Stinson that aired live December 4, 2015, on Radio Sputnik World Service.


Donating Digital Me: What Can Be Learned From My Digital Footprint?, Katie Hannan Jan 2016

Donating Digital Me: What Can Be Learned From My Digital Footprint?, Katie Hannan

Research Data

At some point in the future I am going to die. When this happens, I can donate my body to science but I’m currently unable to donate my data or even my metadata to research. I will present a scenario where an end of life service exists for people to donate their data.

Over the next three months I will examine the relationship that members of the public have with the concept of digital legacy and their willingness to want to donate their data.

I will briefly outline the concept of an end of life data donation service and ...


Education As The Weakest Institutional Link In Japan's Nuclear Regulation, Hiro Saito Jan 2016

Education As The Weakest Institutional Link In Japan's Nuclear Regulation, Hiro Saito

Research Collection School of Social Sciences

Debates over the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster pointed to a set of institutional and organizational failures in Japan’s nuclear regulation as a primary cause of the disaster. While the Japanese government has implemented reforms to strengthen nuclear regulation, I argue that these reforms have largely left out the education system as a key institution that produces and distributes expertise necessary for nuclear regulation. First, the Japanese education system has traditionally produced only a small number of experts in the fields related to nuclear regulation, aligned top-ranked experts with the pro-nuclear government, and weakened the civil society’s capacity to ...