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Sep 1 2015 | Stanford Alumni Magazine | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
Jennifer Eberhardt's research shows subconscious connections in people's minds between black faces and crime, and how those links may pervert justice. Law enforcement officers across the country are taking note. The first time Jennifer Eberhardt presented her research at a law enforcement...
Aug 27 2015 | Stanford GSB | Posted In: In the News
Research shows that white Americans, when faced with evidence of racial privilege, deny that they have benefited personally. In the past year, the killings of unarmed black men by police officers, as well as a mass shooting in a black church in South Carolina, have garnered enormous media attention...
Aug 20 2015 | The Clayman Institute for Gender Research | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
Research reveals surprising effects on traditional gender roles
Aug 19 2015 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News, Staff, Students
New research reveals that most social surveys are not measuring what surveyors think is being measured when it comes to sex and gender. To better reflect today's diversity, Stanford sociologist Aliya Saperstein says survey designers should ask themselves if using only one question with two...
Aug 14 2015 | Stanford News | Posted In: Faculty, In the News
Stanford School of Law Professor David Sklansky advocates overhauling federal prison sentencing guidelines that have locked up millions of Americans – many of them young black men – for nonviolent crimes. One big problem is the proliferation of mandatory minimum sentencing laws. It is time...

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