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How popular culture can help bridge the achievement gap
[From Chapter 1] The American education system has innumerable problems: safety, standards, class size, infrastructure, teacher retention, and student retention are just a few. Floating betwixt and between these problems ...
Not guilty by reason of youth? Perceptions of coercion in juvenile interrogations
Adolescents are at an increased risk for false confession compared to adults (e.g., Redlich & Goodman, 2003), yet police interrogate adolescents no differently (e.g., Cleary & Warner, 2016). While confession evidence tends ...
"A widespread loss of confidence:" TARP, presidential rhetoric, and the crisis of neoliberalism
This article analyzes the circulation of the term “confidence” as a prominent signifier for neoliberal logics, taking George W. Bush’s response to the economic crisis in Fall 2008 as a case study. It traces the public ...
Usability impact of user perception in mHealth: the case of Ghanaian migrants
Mobile health technology has the potential to transform the face of the health care industry globally. Mobile phones have become ubiquitous, unhampered by race, class or geographical boundaries, and provide a sound base ...