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MPRC faculty contribute to theoretical and applied developments in their various fields as well as to discussions that impact public policy. Some recent news stories are abstracted below.

Rashawn Ray comments on police-community relations

Rashawn Ray comments on police-community relations

Fox 5 Washington D.C. program examines (non)use of cameras in Prince Georges County

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Kevin Roy Comments on Stay-at-home Dads on Baltimore Magazine

Kevin Roy Comments on Stay-at-home Dads on Baltimore Magazine

Stay-at-home dads are more gender equitable, holding positive thoughts about themselves and their wives

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Melissa Kearney Comments on the Decline in Male Workers on NPR

Melissa Kearney Comments on the Decline in Male Workers on NPR

There’s much less demand for the labor of less-educated men despite the job boon after the Great Recession

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Melissa Kearney Criticizes Universal Basic Income (UBI)

Melissa Kearney Criticizes Universal Basic Income (UBI)

Despite the growing popularity, UBI is a flawed idea that would do little to fix problems

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Melissa Kearney featured in The New York Times on Early Childhood Intervention

Melissa Kearney featured in The New York Times on Early Childhood Intervention

Children exposed to "Sesame Street" were more likely to be enrolled in the correct grade level for their age at middle and high school

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