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Examining and Addressing COVID-19 Racial Disparities in Detroit
Governance Studies at Brookings paper
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Exploring perceived coercive aspects of transactional sex in Central Uganda
Kirsten Stoebenau examines the Central Uganda Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW)'s participation in transactional sex
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Exploring the culture of despair
Faculty Associate Melissa Kearney and Philip B. Levine find that inequality trumps location in predicting early childbearing out of wedlock
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Families and Inequality
Faculty Associate Philip Cohen brings sociology research to the public eye by tackling thorny issues about race, gender, family, and inequality in an online public forum.
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Finding Economic Solutions for America
Faculty associate Katharine Abraham brings home experience from two years serving on the White House Council of Economic Advisors
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For Young Women in Sub-Saharan Africa Addressing Transactional Sex May be Key to Reducing HIV Infections
Transactional Sex and HIV Risk: From Analysis to Action
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Gender, Transport, and Employment in Mumbai
Maureen Cropper and colleagues examine mobility patterns and a gender gap
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Global Trends of Mask Usage in 19 Million Adults
Faculty Associate Frauke Kreuter and colleagues are using large scale data gathered on Facebook to get a sense of public understanding about mask-wearing
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Gneisha Dinwiddie Investigates Links Between Race, Lifelong Stress, and Cardiovascular Disease
Ongoing social and economic stress leads to racial and ethnic disparities in cardiovascular disease outcomes
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Google searches for ‘n-word’ associated with black mortality
UMD-led study first to link an Internet query-based measure of racism to death rates
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