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Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 49: Police Accountability And The Shooting Of Botham Jean, Philip M. Stinson Nov 2018

Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 49: Police Accountability And The Shooting Of Botham Jean, Philip M. Stinson

Philip M Stinson

This episode of the Police Integrity Lost Podcast features an interview of Professor Phil Stinson by Michel Martin that originally aired on the NPR show All Things Considered on September 16, 2018.


Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 48: Off-Duty Police Violence, Philip M. Stinson Nov 2018

Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 48: Off-Duty Police Violence, Philip M. Stinson

Philip M Stinson

This episode of the Police Integrity Lost Podcast features an interview of Professor Phil Stinson by Tanzina Vego that originally aired on the PRI show The Takeaway on September 12, 2018.


El Estado “Ingobernable” La Relación Entre Usos Y Costumbres, La Migración, El “Progreso” / The "Ungovernable" State The Relationship Between Uses And Customs, Migration, "Progress", Rosario Rivera Oct 2018

El Estado “Ingobernable” La Relación Entre Usos Y Costumbres, La Migración, El “Progreso” / The "Ungovernable" State The Relationship Between Uses And Customs, Migration, "Progress", Rosario Rivera

Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection

No abstract provided.


Djembe Drum Carving In Accra Cultural Market, Kevin Booker, Aaron Carter-Enyi Jul 2018

Djembe Drum Carving In Accra Cultural Market, Kevin Booker, Aaron Carter-Enyi

Africana Digital Ethnography Project

Dean Kevin Booker of Morehouse College recorded this video of his last name being carved into his new djembe purchased in the Accra Cultural Market, next to Kwame Nkrumah Memorial.


Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 47: It’S Not Okay For Police To Shoot Someone In The Back, Philip M. Stinson Jul 2018

Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 47: It’S Not Okay For Police To Shoot Someone In The Back, Philip M. Stinson

Philip M Stinson

This episode of the Police Integrity Lost Podcast features an interview of Professor Phil Stinson by Eugene Puryear and Sean Blackmon that originally aired on the Radio Sputnik show By Any Means Necessary on June 29, 2018.


David Morrow On The Importance Of Morehouse, Devin Johnson, Aaron Carter-Enyi, David Morrow May 2018

David Morrow On The Importance Of Morehouse, Devin Johnson, Aaron Carter-Enyi, David Morrow

Africana Digital Ethnography Project

Professor David Morrow, DMA, is director of the internationally-renowned Morehouse College Glee Club. In an interview conducted on May 15, 2018, David Morrow responds to Glee Club member Devin Johnson's question: "As a former Morehouse student, why did you stay at the college and become the director of the Glee Club?"


Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 46: Baton Rouge Police Shooting: Why Were No Officers Charged In The Death Of Alton Sterling?, Philip M. Stinson Apr 2018

Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 46: Baton Rouge Police Shooting: Why Were No Officers Charged In The Death Of Alton Sterling?, Philip M. Stinson

Philip M Stinson

This episode of the Police Integrity Lost Podcast features an interview of BGSU professor Phil Stinson and Campaign Zero policy analyst Samuel Sinyangwe by Dotun Adebayo that originally aired on the BBC Radio 5 Live show Up All Night on April 1, 2018.


Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 45: Minneapolis Police Shooting: What Lies Ahead In The Mohamed Noor Case?, Philip M. Stinson Mar 2018

Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 45: Minneapolis Police Shooting: What Lies Ahead In The Mohamed Noor Case?, Philip M. Stinson

Philip M Stinson

This episode of the Police Integrity Lost Podcast features an interview of BGSU Professor Phil Stinson by Mike Mulcahy that originally aired live on Minnesota Public Radio on March 21, 2018.


A Review Of Feminist Perspectives On Class And Work, Olivia Aguilar Mar 2018

A Review Of Feminist Perspectives On Class And Work, Olivia Aguilar

the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Student Conference

No abstract provided.


Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 44: Should The Baltimore Police Department Disband?, Philip M. Stinson Feb 2018

Police Integrity Lost Podcast Episode 44: Should The Baltimore Police Department Disband?, Philip M. Stinson

Philip M Stinson

This episode of the Police Integrity Lost Podcast features the first part of an interview of Professor Phil Stinson by Eugene Puryear and Sean Blackmon that originally aired on the Radio Sputnik show By Any Means Necessary on February 22, 2018.


Ghana And The Trans-Atlantic Slavetrade, De-Valera Botchway, Aaron Carter-Enyi Jan 2018

Ghana And The Trans-Atlantic Slavetrade, De-Valera Botchway, Aaron Carter-Enyi

Africana Digital Ethnography Project

Dr. De-Valera Botchway of University of Cape Coast delivers a lecture on the history of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade with special attention to the ethnic groups of Ghana (formerly known as Gold Coast). The role of Christianity, and whether it was part of a system of oppression or a means of liberation, becomes a matter of debate during the question and answer with Morehouse students.


Suspicion, Suspicion: Police Perceptions Of Juveniles As The “Symbolic Assailant”, Andrea R. Coleman Jan 2018

Suspicion, Suspicion: Police Perceptions Of Juveniles As The “Symbolic Assailant”, Andrea R. Coleman

School of Criminal Justice Theses and Dissertations

Jerome Skolnick’s (2011) "symbolic assailant" is a result of police attributing particular demeanor, gestures, language, and a style of dress to people they believed were most likely to commit violent crimes. The challenge became when police applied these characteristics to specific groups such as juveniles. Literature published before and after Skolnick (2011) indicated police were more likely to stop, arrest, interrogate, or surveille juveniles based on their demeanor, gestures, style of dress, lack of respect, deference to authority, the severity, and remorse for their offenses in addition to race. However, current research indicated race, gender, and Socioeconomic Status (SES ...


From School To Prison: Assessing The Impact Of Non-Systemic Contributors To The School-To-Prison Pipeline, Jonathan W. Glenn Jan 2018

From School To Prison: Assessing The Impact Of Non-Systemic Contributors To The School-To-Prison Pipeline, Jonathan W. Glenn

School of Criminal Justice Theses and Dissertations

The school-to-prison pipeline is an expansive issue that impacts the educational and criminal justice systems in the United States. Traditionally, the research has linked the prevalence of the pipeline to factors based within school systems. These systemic factors include the use of zero tolerance policies, exclusionary disciplinary practices, and the presence of school resource officers. The proposed study aims to assess the impact of factors that perpetuate the school-to-prison pipeline that are non-systemic in nature.

For the purposes of this study, the non-systemic contributors to the school-to-prison pipeline to be assessed are parental socialization, child self-control, learned noncompliance, child resilience ...