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The Vagina Blog Podcast
Moraka Menstrual Cups with Shuari Naidoo

The Vagina Blog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 20:35


In 2019 Shuari founded Moraka Menstrual Cups, an initiative to raise awareness of period poverty and provide a cost-effective, hygienic, sustainable and affordable alternative to disposable period products. Shuari has worked with The Period Place, Endo Warriors Aotearoa, BOP Pride, Tautoko Mai Sexual Harm Support, Waipua Hauora, The Tauranga Women's Refuge, Lions, and Rotary Clubs to spread awareness and donate cups to people in the community. She won the 2019 YES Entrepreneur of the Year for the Bay of Plenty and in 2020 Moraka Menstrual Cups was runner up for BOP Business of the Year. She has been a finalist for the Girls in Business award and a YES community award. The Victoria University Feminist Organization and Women's Collective have invited Shuari to work alongside them plus she puts energy into educating people about period poverty through socials and her podcast Once Upon a Feminist - all while studying Politics and Criminology at Victoria University. I ask Shuari: How did you get started in all of this? Why is education about menstrual cups so important? How does switching to reusable products impact the health of the globe? How does a cup work? How do you clean a menstrual cup? What makes Moraka menstrual cups unique? How old do you need to be to use a menstrual cup? https://www.morakamenstrualcups.com/ @moraka_menstrual_cups

We're Not Kidding
Researching Single, Never-Married, Childfree Women of Color with Kimberly Martinez Phillips

We're Not Kidding

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 67:45


Kimberly Martinez Phillips is a Doctoral Candidate at Memorial University in Newfoundland and Labrador. Her dissertation studies single, never-married, childfree women of color. She has a bachelor's degree in both Cultural Anthropology and Criminology, a master's in Sociology, and has been teaching sociology courses in colleges and universities for over 24 years. Previous to her work in academia she was a Program Director, Jury Consultant, Local Evaluator, Safety Educator, and Health Educator working in extremely diverse communities. In this episode, Kimberly shares what is coming to light from her research interviewing single, never-married, childfree women of color. We also talk about her past study on the portrayal of the single woman in films and how what she's learning from her research participants is that they are gloriously happy and fulfilled counter to the crazy cat lady narrative. Follow and connect with Kimberly: Website: ichoosefeminism.com Twitter: @ichoosefeminism Instagram: @kimmartinezphillips Listen to additional interviews featuring Kimberly Martinez Phillips: New Legacy Radio Spinsterhood Reimagined ______________________ Join a growing global network of childfree people: wnk-club.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anna-marie-olson/message

VSC Podcast
Episode 118: Anti-LGBTQ+ Hate Crimes

VSC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 65:39


This month, we are discussing Anti-LGBTQ+ Hate Crimes . Join VSC LGBTQ+ Advocate Roxane Perret as she chats with Brandon Wolf, a survivor of the Pulse Nightclub Tragedy, and the Press Secretary for Equality Florida, and Eli Coston, a faculty member of the Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies at Virginia Commonwealth University. In this episode, we will discuss what hate crimes are, who are most often the target, how to end violence against LGBTQ+ individuals and more. Brandon Wolf's pronouns are he/him and he is a survivor of the 2016 Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando. He is also a national advocate for LGBTQ civil rights and gun safety reform. He is the co-founder and Board Vice President of The Dru Project, a nonprofit organization that creates safe spaces in schools for LGBTQ youth, provides college funding, and empowers champions in the fight for equality. He also serves on the Boards of the One Orlando Alliance and the National Organization for Victims Assistance. Dr. Eli Coston's pronouns are they/them. Eli is an activist-scholar who received their PhD in Sociology from Stony Brook University, specializing in Criminology, Gender and Sexuality, and Race and Ethnicity. Their research examines how the intersections of race, class, and gender create differing experiences of marginalization and oppression for people who are LGBTQ. Eli's research identified that there was an urgent need for better data on anti-LGBTQ hate crimes. To stay up to date with Brandon, follow him on: Instagram: @brandonjwolf Twitter: @bjoewolf Equality Florida: @equalityfl Follow Eli on Twitter: @elicoston https://gsws.vcu.edu/people/coston-1.html ----------------------------------- Trigger Warning: In this podcast we will be discussing sensitive topics such as Sexual Assault. It's important to take care of yourself while listening. Some suggestions are listening while you're in a healthy headspace or knowing who you can reach out to if you become upset. Our 24/7 helpline for crisis calls based out of Central Florida is 407 500 HEAL, for the Florida state sexual helpline call (888) 956-7273. By contacting the National Hotline at 1-800-656-4673 you can get support and learn about your local resources. There is always someone ready to help.

Sex and Psychology Podcast
Episode 129: When Sexual Thoughts Become Sex Crimes

Sex and Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 35:34 Very Popular


Most people have had a sexual fantasy about something that would be illegal to do in reality. That's normal. But talking about those fantasies sometimes gets people into a lot of trouble because law enforcement may look at fantasy as a sign of criminal intent. But does having a fantasy about doing something illegal and talking about it with others necessarily mean that you're likely to do it? This is just one of many fascinating and complicated questions that arises in the area where sex, psychology, and the law intersect. Let's talk about forensic psychology! I am joined once again by Dr. Lucy Neville, a Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Leicester. Some of the topics we explore in this show include: What does the work of a forensic psychologist actually entail? What sex scientists can bring to legal cases that center around sex crimes, and how pseudoscience hinders our ability to seek justice. What is the role of sexual fantasy in sexual offending? How do you determine whether sexual consent was present when disputes arise in legal proceedings? When consensual kink becomes a sex crime. How do you determine whether someone is likely to offend or reoffend? The role of forensic psychologists in working with victims. Check it out! To learn more about Lucy, visit her academic page here, follow @blue_stocking on Twitter, and get a copy of her book Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys. Thanks to FirmTech (myfirmtech.com) and the Modern Sex Therapy Institutes (modernsextherapyinstitutes.com) for sponsoring this episode! FirmTech's Performance Ring is designed to boost your sexual stamina and give you harder, longer-lasting erections, while also enhancing pleasure. Their Tech Ring has the added benefit of tracking your erectile health. Visit myfirmtech.com and be sure to use my exclusive discount code Justin20 to save 20% off your purchase.  Visit modernsextherapyinstitutes.com to explore programs and certifications in sex therapy and education. *** Want to learn more about Sex and Psychology? Click here for previous articles or follow the blog on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit to receive updates. You can also follow Dr. Lehmiller on YouTube and Instagram. Listen and stream all episodes on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Amazon. Subscribe to automatically receive new episodes and please rate and review the podcast! Credits: LEGIT Audio (Podcast editing) and Shutterstock/Florian (Music). Image created with Canva; photos used with permission of guest.

Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto
Cops and prison guards march to show anger at 3percent wage offer

Breakfast with Refilwe Moloto

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 6:30


The Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union is marching to the Union Buildings to shine a spotlight on a spike in attacks on members and low wages, as they recently rejected a 3percent wage offer by government at the Public Service Coordinating Barging Council. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Dr Simon Howell the Centre for Criminology at the University of Cape Town, to look at the union's demands and the threat of possible strike action. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

America: Changed Forever
Stock Market, FBI Innovation, Violent Crime Increase

America: Changed Forever

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 50:37


On this week's episode of "America: Changed Forever" with host Jeff Pegues, Jacob Sonenshin, markets reporter for Barrons, analyzes the rate of inflation the the volatility of the stock market and forecasts the near-term future of the United States economy.Recent data from the FBI shows the Bureau, working with local and state law enforcement, generated over 6,000 arrests of violent criminals. Special AgentThomas Sobocinski explained the innovative tactics the FBI used and how they are reaching out to community members to explain the role of the FBI.And Ronal Serpas, Professor of Practice, Criminology and Justice at Loyola University New Orleans and the former Chief of Operations for the New Orleans Police Department offers his perspective on the rise in violent crime in America.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Notes on a Scandal
S02E03: Drama at Drigh Road

Notes on a Scandal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 42:27


We take a look at the frenzied hours after the arrest of Shahnaz Gul, and how the police in Karachi, Pakistan handled the initial investigation. Later in the episode, we talk to the academic Dr Zoha Waseem, the author of Insecure Guardians: Enforcement, Encounters and Everyday Policing in Postcolonial Karachi, about perceptions of the Karachi police, how they handle cases involving the elite, and the social dynamics at play in a complex investigation like the Mustafa Zaidi case. About Dr Waseem:Dr Zoha Waseem is an Assistant Professor in Criminology at the University of Warwick, UK. She is also co-coordinator for the Urban Violence Research Network. Her book Insecure Guardians critically explores how security policies, and the interests of insecure states and elites, influence the culture of policing in postcolonial contexts.Photo: 'The Many Faces of Shahnaz -- in court yesterday' published in Star newspaper, January 1, 1971. Courtesy: Dawn archives

The American Warrior Show
Show # 305: Retired FBI Agent T.C. Fuller on Threats to American Democracy

The American Warrior Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 110:57


On today's Coffee with Rich, we will be joined by T.C. Fuller. T.C. Fuller is an experienced federal investigator and firearms trainer. He has spent his life carrying a firearm for the U.S. government. T.C. first served as an Army Infantry officer and Explosive Ordnance Disposal officer, before leaving the Army to accept an appointment as a Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). He spent the next 20 years working in all areas of investigative interest within the FBI, and served for several years as an instructor in the FBI's Firearms Training Unit in Quantico, VA. T.C. holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminology, as well as a Masters of Education in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. As a published writer, T.C. has written an innovative book on the topic of improving law enforcement deadly force training, as well as having written for several print magazines on the areas of law enforcement procedures, explosives, firearms and edged weapons. mong T.C.'s personal achievements, he has been awarded the U.S. Army's highest peace-time award for heroism, the Soldier's Medal. Besides finding, capturing and convicting a fugitive on the FBI's Top 10 Most Wanted list, T.C. has also been a successful competitive shooter for more than 20 years, earning a Master class certification from the International Defensive Pistol Association, winning numerous local, state and regional competitions along the way. He is now operating his own company, The Horus Group, LLC, which serves as a consultancy on firearms and training, as well as providing high-end, private firearms training for both armed professionals and citizens. T.C.'s Website: https://www.thehorusgroup.net/ T.C.'s recent article: https://americanwarriorsociety.com/may-you-live-in.../ Coffee with Rich Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rhodieusmc/videos American Warrior Show: https://americanwarriorshow.com/index.html SWAG: https://shop.americanwarriorsociety.com/

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - PAUL DALE ROBERTS - Investigating the Paranormal

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 47:49


Roberts was born on January 17, 1955 in Fresno, California. He has an Associate Degree in Criminology. In 1977, Roberts for one year was a firefighter with the California Division of Forestry (presently now known as Cal-Fire). Firefighting was not his cup of tea. Roberts later in life worked at the Department of Fish and Wildlife as a Supervising Program Technician III and Custodian of Records. As the Custodian of Records, my job was to provide critical data to agencies like the Alaskan State Troopers, FBI, Texas Rangers, US Marshalls, DEA and other law enforcement agencies. Roberts is now retired from his State government service.

Legal-Ease Podcast
Measured Justice - The Behavioral Code

Legal-Ease Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 48:19


In this episode of Measured Justice, we take a look at behavioral jurisprudence, or the hidden behavioral forces that drive society's reactions and responses to the law. The discussion is based off of the book The Behavioral Code and we are joined by its authors, Benjamin van Rooij, Professor of Law and Society and Director of Research at the University of Amsterdam; Director- Centre for Law and Behaviour (C-Lab) at the Amsterdam Law School-University of Amsterdam; and Global Professor of Law at the University of California Irvine School of Law; and Adam Fine, Assistant Professor, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Arizona State University. Is punishment a necessary element to modify undesirable behavior? Where may punishment not achieve our desired goal of reducing criminal behavior? Are there specific areas of the law where other types of interventions may work better? Join us for a fascinating discussion that covers these areas and so much more.

The Last Negroes at Harvard
On Critical Race Theory: Why it matters & Why you Should Care

The Last Negroes at Harvard

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 52:15


Victor Rayis the F. Wendell Miller Associate Professor in the Departments of Sociology and Criminology and African American Studies at the University of Iowa and a Nonresident Fellow in Governance Studies at The Brookings Institution. Victor Ray talks about his new book. He was born in Pittsburgh and raised in western Pennsylvania. After receiving his bachelor of arts in urban studies at Vassar, he earned his PhD from Duke University in 2014. His research applies critical race theory to classic sociological questions.

Through the Human Geography Lens
Conservation criminology with Dr. Meredith Gore

Through the Human Geography Lens

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 22:40


On this episode of Through the Human Geography Lens, hosts Terri Ryan and Gwyneth Holt talk with Meredith Gore, an Associate Professor within the Department of Geographical Sciences at the University of Maryland, College Park. Dr. Gore is a convergence researcher and social scientist who shares her work in conservation criminology, restorative justice and participatory mapping techniques in Madagascar. 00:45 What is a convergence researcher? - a discussion of system science and sorting wicked problems https://beta.nsf.gov/funding/learn/research-types/learn-about-convergence-research https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wicked_problem 01:50 How did you select this complex set of social science topics? 04:00 What do you mean by "conservation crime"? 05:45 How did you select your focus from a bottomless well of related issues, and who's helping you? 06:30 Working example of the many problems: illegal sea cucumber harvesting https://www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/waters-mexico-fishing-vital-sea-creature-banned-still-happening-rcna39072 07:00 Madagascar, the trade in critically-endangered ploughshare tortoises, and the associated deforestation. https://www.turtleconservancy.org/programs/ploughshare-tortoise 07:45 Combating wildlife trafficking and, in particular, the state of elephant conservation, supported by data and mapping. 09:00 Southern Africa: Vultures ("ecosystem engineers") are also killed because they reveal the location of the dead elephant as they circle, potentially exposing poachers. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/21/world/africa/vultures-poisoned-botswana-poachers-elephants.html 10:00 Approaching wicked problems with data. 11:00 Restorative justice through collaboration with former turtle traffickers. 12:15 Affecting the market in illegal animal parts through education. 13:00 Distinguishing between legal and illegal wildlife trade in purchasing. 14:00 Reasons for poaching unrelated to profit, and the use of participatory mapping in Madagascar. https://www.lemurconservationnetwork.org/on-the-ground-meredith-gore/ 15:00 Including women in non-accusatory participatory mapping through projective questioning. 17:30 Have you witnessed much change in Madagascar over the past 15 years? 19:00 The visible impact of the Madagascar drought on land-use changes and the human condition. 20:30 If you could solve one global challenge, what would it be? Disclaimer: Opinions expressed on this podcast do not necessarily reflect the views of the WWHGD sponsors and should not be construed as an endorsement. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wwhgd-support/message

Sex and Psychology Podcast
Episode 127: Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys

Sex and Psychology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 32:56 Very Popular


There are a lot of heterosexual women out there who enjoy watching man-on-man pornography. In fact, some of the most popular tube sites in the world have reported that gay male porn is amongst the most-watched genres by female visitors. So why is that? And why do so many of these women enjoy gay male porn more than heterosexual porn? Let's explore! I am joined by Lucy Neville, a Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Leicester, a published writer of erotica (under a pen name), and pornography researcher. She is author of the book Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys. Some of the topics we explore include: How common is it for heterosexual people to watch gay porn in general? Why is straight porn often unappealing to heterosexual women? What do so many women find appealing about gay male porn? What role does sexual equality (i.e., versatility) have in the appeal of gay porn? "Gaypropriation": is it exploitative for women to consume gay male porn? Is the rise of porn made by women, for women changing what women seek in erotic content? Check it out! To learn more about Lucy, visit her academic page here and follow @blue_stocking on Twitter. Thanks to FirmTech (myfirmtech.com) and the Kinsey Institute (kinseyinstitute.org) for sponsoring this episode! FirmTech's Performance Ring is designed to boost your sexual stamina and give you harder, longer-lasting erections, while also enhancing pleasure. Their Tech Ring has the added benefit of tracking your erectile health. Visit myfirmtech.com and be sure to use my exclusive discount code Justin20 to save 20% off your purchase.  The Kinsey Institute's (kinseyinstitute.org) 75th anniversary is underway and you are invited to join in the celebration! Follow @kinseyinstitute on social media to learn more about upcoming events. Also, please consider a gift or donation to the Institute to support sex research and education. Click here to donate. *** Want to learn more about Sex and Psychology? Click here for previous articles or follow the blog on Facebook, Twitter, or Reddit to receive updates. You can also follow Dr. Lehmiller on YouTube and Instagram. Listen and stream all episodes on Apple, Spotify, Google, or Amazon. Subscribe to automatically receive new episodes and please rate and review the podcast! Credits: LEGIT Audio (Podcast editing) and Shutterstock/Florian (Music). Image created with Canva; photos used with permission of guest.

SHAKED
What Body Language & Behavior Says About The Royals & Their Festivities?

SHAKED

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 22:50


What does body language and behavior say about the Royals And festivities?Subscribe for more psychology, behavior, influence, criminology, and body language podcasts, see you at the top.SHAKED Clipshttps://youtube.com/shakedclipsHost: Derek Van Schaikhttps://youtube.com/derekvanschaikhttps://instagram.com/derekvanschaikhttps://twitter.com/derekvanschaikhttps://facebook.com/derekvanschaikAll the equipment we use:https://derekvanschaik.com/equipmentFollow us and send your podcast ideas:Instagram:https://instagram.com/shakedshowTikTok:https://tiktok.com/@shakedshowTwitter:https://twitter.com/shakedshowFacebook:https://facebook.com/shakedshowListen everywhere you get your podcasts!https://shakedshow.com

Some Stutter, Luh!
Interview with Kim Block

Some Stutter, Luh!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 67:08


In this episode Greg speaks with Kim Block, a full-time student at Simon Fraser University completing a degree in Criminology with a certificate in Social Justice. Kim is a person who stutters and has been involved in the stuttering community for over twenty years. She runs the website Speaking Up and is author of the children's book series Adventures of a Stuttering Superhero.

The Criminologist
EP 124: Our Interivew with Elliot Louan..Spotlight on French Probation!!!

The Criminologist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 39:20


This week, we make another European connection, as we interview Elliot Louan joining us all the way from France!  Not only does Elliot share his insights as a probation officer, but also as a trainer of a variety of evidence based practices and core correctional skills. We love examining comparative systems of justice, and Elliot does not disappoint! Vive la France! French Resources on Criminology and Psychocriminology The Paragon Group BLOG! The Criminologist You Tube-The Criminologist Become a Supporter!!    

RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS PODCAST
RU211: RENATA SALECL ON WAR, APATHY, ANXIETY, PSYCHOANALYSIS, CORONAVIRUS, CLIMATE CRISIS, LAW

RENDERING UNCONSCIOUS PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 56:47


Episode 211 of Rendering Unconscious Podcast. Dr. Renata Salecl is a philosopher and sociologist. She is Senior Researcher at the Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana and a Professor at the School of Law, Birkbeck College, London, United Kingdom. Salecl has held numerous Visiting Professorships at Cardozo School of Law, New York, Humboldt University, Berlin, and Duke University, Durham, among other institutions. Her work is very interdisciplinary and focuses on bringing together law, criminology, the study of political ideologies, and psychoanalysis. http://renatasalecl.com This episode is dedicated to the loving memory of Dr. Néstor A. Braunstein. http://nestorbraunstein.com This episode available to view on YouTube: https://youtu.be/GC00SqX8jyQ You can support the podcast at our Patreon. https://www.patreon.com/vanessa23carl Your support is greatly appreciated! Rendering Unconscious Podcast is hosted by psychoanalyst Dr. Vanessa Sinclair: www.drvanessasinclair.net Find me on social media at: Twitter: https://twitter.com/rawsin_ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rawsin_/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drvanessasinclair23 Visit the main website for more information and links to everything: www.renderingunconscious.org Rendering Unconscious: Psychoanalytic Perspectives, Politics & Poetry (Trapart 2019): store.trapart.net/details/00000 The song at the end of the episode is “Solitude (realm of the shadow)” by Vanessa Sinclair and Per Åhlund from the album “Follow My Voice” available from Highbrow Lowlife: https://vanessasinclairperhlund.bandcamp.com Many thanks to Carl Abrahamsson, who created the intro and outro music for Rendering Unconscious podcast. https://www.carlabrahamsson.com Image: Dr. Renata Salecl

Catfish Cops
Episode 74: "Dr. Graham Hill"

Catfish Cops

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 66:02


Dr. Graham Hill is a British Criminologist and subject matter expert in relation to the behavior of adults who sexually abuse children and men who abduct and murder children. He is a former senior detective and Senior Investigating Officer (SIO) who specialized in the investigation of major crime. During his police service he led many high profile, complex investigations and was commended many times for his leadership and detective ability.​Dr. Hill is the founder and first head of behavioral analysis for the UK Child Exploitation Online Protection Centre (CEOP). During his time at CEOP he consulted on numerous cases in the UK and overseas working with law enforcement and child protection agencies across Europe, South East Asia, Canada and America.​Dr. Hill's unique perspective and expertise concerning adult perpetrators of child sexual abuse has been developed over the course of his policing career and the specialist roles he has held together with his academic research. Dr. Hill's research interests include the behavior of adult perpetrators of online and contact child sexual abuse, interviewing adult sex offenders and non-familial child abduction/murder. His work focuses on how research can inform and enhance investigative and child protection practice. Dr. Hill holds a PhD in Criminology and Applied Social Science and a PGC in Forensic Behavioral Psychology he speaks and lectures nationally and internationally in relation to the behavior of adult perpetrators of child sexual abuse. He is a Visiting Research Fellow at Leeds University and is a member of the British Society of Criminology.You won't want to miss a second of this interview that gives an intriguing, and eye opening glimpse into the mind of the offender. His website is here: www.grahamhillcriminologist.com

SHAKED
Why You Should Always Ask For A Lawyer, Breaking Down The Mitch Duckro Case

SHAKED

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 30:03


Why You Should Always Ask For A Lawyer, Breaking Down The Mitch Duckro CaseSubscribe for more psychology, behavior, influence, criminology, and body language podcasts, see you at the top.SHAKED Clipshttps://youtube.com/shakedclipsHost: Derek Van Schaikhttps://youtube.com/derekvanschaikhttps://instagram.com/derekvanschaikhttps://twitter.com/derekvanschaikhttps://facebook.com/derekvanschaikAll the equipment we use:https://derekvanschaik.com/equipmentFollow us and send your podcast ideas:Instagram:https://instagram.com/shakedshowTikTok:https://tiktok.com/@shakedshowTwitter:https://twitter.com/shakedshowFacebook:https://facebook.com/shakedshowListen everywhere you get your podcasts!https://shakedshow.com

Dawn and Steve Mornings
Hour 3: The Shadow of Death

Dawn and Steve Mornings

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 24:07


Dawn welcomes Fernando Arroyo as he shares his incredible testimony and book The Shadow of Death: From My Battles in Fallujah to the Battle for My Soul. Fernando is a former Paratrooper in the famed 82nd Airborne Division. He earned his bachelor's degree from UC Irvine, in Criminology. Fernando then attended the Talbot School of Theology, BIOLA University, and earned his Master of Divinity degree, with an emphasis on pastoral care and counseling. While studying at BIOLA University, he helped to create the BIOLA Veterans Association and the BIOLA Veterans Center and served as an advocate for veterans on campus. Later, Fernando worked at the Orange County Rescue Mission as the Veteran Services Case Manager. He had the privilege of serving veterans who were struggling with different issues ranging from PTSD, drug addiction, and homelessness. Today, Fernando works as the Veterans Outreach Director at Step Forward Academy helping veterans and their families find a path to a living wage through mentorship and coaching. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Locked up Living Podcast
Home as a continuing site of conflict. Veterans' experiences of 21st century warfare and the return to post-conflict life, Hannah Wilkinson

The Locked up Living Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 64:55


Hannah Wilkinson recently joined the University of Nottingham as Assistant Professor of Criminology and is a member of the Criminal Justice Research Centre. Prior to that, she was a Lecturer in Criminology at Keele University. Hannah's research interests lie in the areas of war, state crime and social harm. In particular, she is interested in the complex implications of 21st century conflict for former military personnel. You can find her most recent publication here https://t.co/haB3aOapDJ and you can see her talking at the Argentine Ambassador's residence this summer here https://www.academia.edu/video/l8bW8j Hannah completed her doctoral research under the supervision of Professor Ronnie Lippens, Dr. Evi Girling, and Dr. Samantha Weston at Keele University. The PhD thesis is entitled: ‘No Man's Land? Veterans' experiences of 21st century warfare and the return to post-conflict life'. Hannah uses in-depth qualitative and visual methodology, drawing theoretical inspiration from the works of Pierre Bourdieu on the (re)production of power and inequality within society, and from Zygmunt Bauman on the fluidity and precariousness of modern life.  She has worked with Staffordshire and Birmingham based charities to support criminalised veterans. This has involved sharing research findings and developing a training programme for practitioners. In addition, Hannah has worked as a Research Associate alongside Dr. Samantha Weston on projects with Re-Solv – around early intervention and prevention of volatile substance abuse, and with Staffordshire Police, evaluating the child sexual exploitation (CSE) prevention programme.  Hannah is a member of the European Society of Criminology, the British Society of Criminology, the Defence Research Network, and the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control. Her current work explores the embodied traces of the ‘war on terror' and lived experience of austerity for former British military personnel. She is also working on an article that draws attention to the warning signs of fascism amid the UK government's response to Covid-19.

Sociologists Talking Real Sh*t
Two Sociologists Walk Into a Bar...

Sociologists Talking Real Sh*t

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 88:56


Raul Perez drops by to talk about this new book, The Souls of White Jokes: How Racist Humor Fuels White Supremacy.  Raúl Pérez is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of La Verne, and was previously an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Criminology at the University of Denver. His scholarship has been awarded and supported by the American Sociological Association, the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, the University of California Center for New Racial Studies, the Working Class Studies Association, and the American Humor Studies Association. His research has been published in journals such as American Behavioral Scientist, Discourse and Society, Ethnicities, and Sociological Perspectives. His first book, The Souls of White Joke: How Racist Humor Fuels White Supremacy has been recently published by Stanford University Press. His work has also been featured in various media, including The Washington Post, TIME, NBC, AXIOS, The Grio, Remezcla, Latino Rebels, and Zócalo Public Square.

Deep Dive: Exploring Organized Crime
P1 - 'Ndrangheta - "The Madonna of the Mountain"

Deep Dive: Exploring Organized Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 45:04


Part 1 - "The Madonna of the Mountain" In Calabria, southern Italy there is a mountain massif called Aspromonte, "harsh mountain". The villages that hug the mountain slopes, places like San Luca, Natile and Platì are the birthplaces of the clans that make up what is collectively known as ‘Ndrangheta – one of the most powerful organized criminal syndicates in the world. From these humble beginnings the clans have spread their tentacles around the globe and become major players in the international illicit drug trade. And one of the ways they did this was by reinvesting money from one illicit act into another - kidnapping. Over the next few podcasts we look through the eyes of Anna Sergi, a Calabrian native herself and an expert in the 'Ndrangheta. Anna's recent book 'Chasing the Mafia: 'Ndrangheta, Memories and Journeys' discusses her journey around the world looking for the 'Ndrangheta. In this first episode Anna relays stories from her childhood and memories of 'The Kidnapping Season' which took place in the Aspromonte mountains around her. Speaker(s): https://globalinitiative.net/profile/anna-sergi/ (Anna Sergi), Professor of Criminology at the University of Essex, member of the GI Network of Experts and author of the new book ‘Chasing the Mafia: 'Ndrangheta, Memories and Journeys. https://twitter.com/annasergi (Twitter) Additional Reading (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Chasing-Mafia-Ndrangheta-Memories-Journeys/dp/1529222443/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3DJPDTFD7Z7M3&keywords=Chasing+the+Mafia%3A+%27Ndrangheta%2C+Memories+and+Journeys&qid=1662113922&sprefix=chasing+the+mafia+ndrangheta+memories+and+journeys%2Caps%2C110&sr=8-1 (Book)) Chasing the Mafia: 'Ndrangheta, Memories and Journeys by Anna Sergi (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mafia-Republic-Criminal-Ndrangheta-Camorra-ebook/dp/B00AJP27V6/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=mafia+republic&qid=1662113878&sprefix=mafia+rep%2Caps%2C201&sr=8-1 (Book)) Mafia Republic: Italy's Criminal Curse. Cosa Nostra, 'Ndrangheta and Camorra from 1946 to the Present by John Dickie (https://globalinitiative.net/analysis/giovanni-falcone/ (Paper)) Once upon a time in Palermo: Giovanni Falcone and the fight against Cosa Nostra (https://link.chtbl.com/TheIndex (Podcast)) The Index - episode 3 & 4 "Italy and mafia" - https://link.chtbl.com/TheIndex The Global Organized Crime Index - Country Profile - https://ocindex.net/country/italy (Italy ) https://globalinitiative.net/ (Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime)

Neurocareers: How to be successful in STEM?
Neurotechnology & Law with Allan McCay, LLB, DLP, G Dip Comm, PhD

Neurocareers: How to be successful in STEM?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 41:09


Do we have free will? How is our decision-making different from machines? Will artificial intelligence replace us in the workforce? What are the legal implications of committing a crime using a brain-machine interface? Can we use neurotechnology to rehabilitate criminal offenders?  Tune into the thought-provoking discussion about neurotechnology and law with Dr. Allan McCay from the Sydney Institute of Criminology and The University of Sydney Law School! --- NEUROCAREERS PODCAST GUEST Allan McCay, LLB, DLP, G Dip Comm, PhD is an Academic Fellow at Sydney Law School and Deputy Director at Sydney Institute of Criminology You can get in touch with Dr. Allan McCay and find out more information about the connection between neurotechnology and law here: The University of Sydney Law School https://www.sydney.edu.au/arts/about/our-people/academic-staff/allan-mccay.html Dr. McCay's site https://sites.google.com/site/allanmccay/ Dr. McCay's report on Neurotechnology, law and the legal profession https://www.lawsociety.org.uk/topics/research/how-will-brain-monitoring-technology-influence-the-practice-of-law The Australian Neurolaw Database https://neurolaw.edu.au/ The Neurorights Foundation https://neurorightsfoundation.org/ Dr. McCay's contact email: amcc4688@gmail.com OR allan.mccay@sydney.edu.au Twitter: @DrAllanMcCay LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/allan-mccay-81b285185/?originalSubdomain=au --- NEUROCAREERS PODCAST HOST The podcast is brought to you by The Institute of Neuroapproaches and its founder - Milena Korostenskaja, PhD - a neuroscience educator and career coach for students and recent graduates: https://www.neuroapproaches.org/ Get in touch with Dr. K. at neuroapproaches@gmail.com Schedule an appointment at https://neuroapproaches.as.me/ Stay tuned!

MEDIA INDIGENA : Weekly Indigenous current affairs program
The Brutality of Bureaucracy (ep 300)

MEDIA INDIGENA : Weekly Indigenous current affairs program

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 79:28


For the fifth instalment in our Summer '22 series, we burrow into bureaucracy, the Canadian civil service which administers every aspect of Indian life from cradle to grave via the technocratic tentacles of Indian Affairs.   Featured voices this podcast include (in order of appearance): • Shiri Pasternak, Assistant Professor in Criminology at Toronto Metropolitan University and co-founder at the Yellowhead Institute • Danika Billie Littlechild, lawyer and international Indigenous rights advocate • Robert Jago, writer/entrepreneur • Peter Di Gangi, land rights researcher and analyst with Sicani Research • Russ Diabo, Kahnawá:ke Mohawk analyst, writer, and activist • Brock Pitawanakwat, Associate Professor of Indigenous Studies at York University • Ken Williams, Assistant Professor with the University of Alberta's Department of Drama // CREDITS: Creative Commons music in this episode includes “earthwork” by Hinterheim, “Adios” by Stenifer, “Je vous ai menti” by BG du 72, as well as “The Wind” and “Ambiant Wait” by Komiku. Our opening theme is “Bad Nostalgia (Instrumental)” by Anthem of Rain; our closing theme is “Garden Tiger” by Pictures of the Floating World. This episode was hosted/produced/edited by Rick Harp; production assistance by Courteney Morin.

Cybercrimeology
Not Strictly Cybercriminal: Legitimate work for illegitimate ends

Cybercrimeology

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 27:45


About our Guests:Dr Masarah Paquet-Clouston https://crim.umontreal.ca/en/repertoire-departement/professeurs/professeur/in/in33261/sg/Masarah%20Paquet-Clouston/https://www.linkedin.com/in/masarah-paquet-clouston-54b29587/ Vanessa Henrihttps://www.linkedin.com/in/vanessahenri Papers or resources mentioned in this episode:Paquet-Clouston, M., Paquette, S. O., Garcia, S., & Erquiaga, M. J. (2022). Entanglement: cybercrime connections of a public forum population. Journal of Cybersecurity, 8(1), tyac010.https://academic.oup.com/cybersecurity/article/8/1/tyac010/6644916Paquet-Clouston, M., & Bouchard, M. (2022). A Robust Measure to Uncover Community Brokerage in Illicit Networks. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 1-29.https://www.crimrxiv.com/pub/nhorzdkiPaquet-Clouston, M. C. (2021). The Role of Informal Workers in Online Economic Crime (Doctoral dissertation, Arts & Social Sciences: School of Criminology).https://summit.sfu.ca/_flysystem/fedora/2022-08/input_data/21455/etd21636.pdf Other:This interview was done in person, I haven't done one of those for a long time and think my microphone technique is a little rusty, not only that I forgot to record some room tone.  

Self Defense From All Angles Podcast
Self Defense from All Angles S1E13: / Martin Vödisch

Self Defense From All Angles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 29:55


In this episode we cover - The importance of boundary setting - The difference between self defense and self protection - Major commonality in violence More on Martin. My name is Martin Vödisch, and I'm a professional self-defense instructor. While teaching how to deal with violence, I incorporate the needs of the individual. Not everybody needs to be (or wants to be) a hardcore fighter. Staying safe is about understanding how violence operates and implementing effective counter-measures: Awareness, communication skills, how to present yourself to the outside world or maybe even some lifestyle choices. Everybody can learn to stay safe. I started learning Krav Maga 13 years ago and have trained different martial arts and combatives for many years. On this journey, I learned that being a good fighter doesn't necessarily translate to being safe. That made me study violence from every angle. Criminology, biology, social structures, cultural norms, personality styles, self-defense laws and of course the physical application of force all play a role. Violence is a part of human psychology, and it can happen to anybody. We live in a very safe country, but in the moment of danger, the only person really capable of helping you is yourself. I will teach you how to do that.     Take a listen, and as always please; like, comment, share, and subscribe, you know all the internet things, And if you REALLY like the show, please leave a review on iTunes or wherever you listen, It will mean so much to me. Find Martin here: Website: https://critical-response.com/ https://www.facebook.com/CriticalResponseSelfdefense https://www.instagram.com/critical_response/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3GEgTkOfkm2LvKq_ojDV4w   ​ And don't forget to join us for the ONE UP on Patreon  (https://www.patreon.com/randykinglive) To Book Randy to speak at your event or run a workshop for your staff: https://www.randykinglive.com/ The Self Defense from All Angles podcast is the go-to for anyone looking to break out of the self defense echo chamber.

Moms and Murder
The Murder of Lesley Howell and Trevor Buchanan - Part 1

Moms and Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 60:27 Very Popular


This week we are discussing the presumed suicide of two people, after their respective spouses were involved in a tawdry affair with one another.  Research by Haley Gray with Haley Gray Research.  Make sure to check-out the promo for Criminology at the end of the episode!  If you'd like more patreon exclusive episodes, check out www.patreon.com/momsandmurderpodcast.  Thank you to this weeks sponsors! Sign up for BritBox now to watch The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe and other exclusive true crime and true con shows! We have a special, limited time offer for our listeners – 50% off your first month when you sign up for a monthly plan.But ONLY if you go to www.BritBox.com and use our promo code MOMS at checkout.  Listen to Blood Ties Season 3 Strange Days on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, or you can binge the whole series now early and ad-free by joining Wondery Plus in the Wondery app. Get ahead of the holiday chaos this year. Get started with www.stamps.com. Sign up with promo code MOMSANDMURDER for a special offer that includes a 4-week trial, plus free postage and a free digital scale. No long-term commitments or contracts. Just go to Stamps dot com, click the microphone at the top of the page, and enter code MOMSANDMURDER.  Listen and subscribe to Melissa's other podcast, Criminality!! It's the podcast for those who love reality TV, true crime, and want to hear all the juicy stories where the two genres intersect. Subscribe and listen here: www.pod.link/criminality      As always, you can find us on Twitter, Instagram, and on our website at https://momsandmurder.com. Make sure you subscribe and rate our show to help others find us! We updated our merch store, you can find that at momsandmurder.threadless.com!    Connect with us on social media at:Facebook.com/MomsAndRedRum Instagram: @MomsAndMurder Twitter.com/MomsAndMurder   Sources can be found at: www.momsandmurder.com/the-murder-of-lesley-howell-and-trevor-buchanan-part-1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Manny's Podcast
Summer of Learning: Sherlock Holmes and the Birth of Crime Science

The Manny's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 58:35


Originally released in 1892, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes has become an important classic in the world of crime fiction. From books to movies and even television, Sherlock Holmes has penetrated modern day culture. What does this mean for larger issues like crime, law, and safety? Join us as Professor Aviram discusses the role Sherlock Holmes played in the birth of crime science and crime prevention. About Hadar Aviram, Ph.D.: Professor Hadar Aviram specializes in criminal justice, civil rights, law and politics, and social movements, and her research employs socio-legal perspectives and methodologies. Her first book Cheap on Crime: Recession-Era Politics and the Transformation of American Punishment (UC Press, 2015, winner of the CHOICE Award for Academic Titles) analyzes the impact of the financial crisis on the American correctional landscape. Her second book The Legal Promise and the Process of Justice (Cambridge University Press, 2019) is an anthology of studies inspired by the work of Malcolm Feeley. Her third book Yesterday's Monsters: The Manson Family Cases and the Illusion of Parole (UC Press, 2020) examines the California parole process through 50 years of parole transcripts in the Manson Family cases. Prof. Aviram publishes, teaches, and speaks on domestic violence, behavioral perspectives on prosecutorial and defense behavior, unconventional family units, animal rights, elder abuse, public trust in the police, correctional policy and budgeting, violence reduction, theoretical trends in crime and punishment, and the history of female crime and punishment. She served at the President of the Western Society of Criminology and on the Board of Trustees of the Law and Society Association, and is currently the Book Review Editor of the Law & Society Review. One of the leading voices in the state and nationwide against mass incarceration, Prof. Aviram is a frequent media commentator on politics, immigration, criminal justice policy, civil rights, and the Trump Administration. Her blog, California Correctional Crisis, covers criminal justice policy in California. Prof. Aviram holds LL.B. and M.A. (criminology) degrees from Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a Ph.D. in Jurisprudence and Social Policy from UC Berkeley, where she studied as a Fulbright Fellow and a Regents Intern. She is a member of the California and Israel Bars. Prior to joining the Hastings faculty in 2007, she practiced as a military defense attorney in Israel and taught at Tel Aviv and Haifa Universities.

The Quicky
Guns, Drugs & Murders: Inside Australia's Gangs

The Quicky

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 17:16


Last week Sydney's Western Suburbs again lit up with gun fire. Two women murdered in what's believed to be gang related killings.  In this episode of The Quicky, we take a look at the history of Australia's gang violence and the gangland war playing out in Sydney right now. Is this unprecedented violence or just history repeating itself with new players?   Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at podcast@mamamia.com.au CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at thequicky@mamamia.com.au CREDITS  Host: Talissa Bazaz With thanks to: Dr Michael Kennedy - Associate Professor of Criminology and Policing at The University of New England, Former NSW Police Detective Producer: Claire Murphy Executive Producer: Kally Borg Audio Producer: Thom Lion Subscribe to The Quicky at... https://mamamia.com.au/the-quicky/ Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.auvBecome a Mamamia subscriber: https://www.mamamia.com.au/subscribeSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

T.H.E. Celebration
On Being Strong, Smart, & Bold With Niki Kelly

T.H.E. Celebration

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 65:15


Original Air Date: January 10, 2020Niki Kelly is the Executive Director of Girls Inc. of Bay County and is someone whom I respect and admire so much. Our talk together was a great opportunity to learn from a professional who has been on every side of the nonprofit world - from direct service, fundraising, leadership to the Executive Director role. In this episode, we take a deep dive into the challenges facing nonprofit leaders and nonprofits and we discuss what it takes to run a successful business that is inclusive, value-driven, responsive but also business-oriented. Niki shares key insights about issues that our community is facing and the evolving world of non-profit work as well as the importance of advocacy and looking at the work differently to improve program delivery. Niki's education includes a Bachelor's degree in Criminology with a minor in Psychology and a Masters in Management both from the University of South Florida. She spent 12 years working in community mental health and addiction services followed by more than 10 years in refugee and immigrant services. Niki Kelly relocated to Panama City Beach in the spring of 2014 and joined the leadership team at Girls Inc. shortly thereafter. Since then, she has led Girls Inc. on an aggressive growth plan expanding services to more girls in Bay County and putting the organization on a solid footing that enabled them to persevere following the devastation caused by Hurricane Michael in 2018. For her response to the hurricane, Niki was awarded the Humanitarian of the Year award by the Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce, and the Outstanding Community Leadership award by the Girls Inc. national organization.I bet you are going to love this episode even if you aren't in the nonprofit world because you will hear thoughtful advice on how to run your own business in an ethical and inclusive way.tomearl.me/nk

SHAKED
Did Dementia Cause Joe Biden To Finally Become President?

SHAKED

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 24:31


Did dementia cause Joe Biden to finally become President?Subscribe for more psychology, behavior, influence, criminology, and body language podcasts, see you at the top.What Dementia Looks Like – Breaking Down Joe Biden's Scary Body Language & Behavior (MENTIONED)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUnWlL7MJlgSHAKED Clipshttps://youtube.com/shakedclipsHost: Derek Van Schaikhttps://youtube.com/derekvanschaikhttps://instagram.com/derekvanschaikhttps://twitter.com/derekvanschaikhttps://facebook.com/derekvanschaikAll the equipment we use:https://derekvanschaik.com/equipmentFollow us and send your podcast ideas:Instagram:https://instagram.com/shakedshowTikTok:https://tiktok.com/@shakedshowTwitter:https://twitter.com/shakedshowFacebook:https://facebook.com/shakedshowListen everywhere you get your podcasts!https://shakedshow.com

New Books Network
The Journal of Higher Education in Prison

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 50:39


Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you'll hear about: How both of today's guests became involved in higher education in prison. Why this work is personal to them. Funding and representation issues in higher education in prison. The complexities of supporting students who are incarcerated without supporting the carceral system. And a discussion of the Journal of Higher Education in Prison. Our guest is: Dr. Erin Corbett, who earned her doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania, where her dissertation examined the relationship between educational attainment level and post-release employment outcomes for formerly incarcerated people in Connecticut. While pursuing her doctorate, Erin launched a nonprofit that provides not-for-credit, postsecondary level courses in three correctional facilities in Connecticut. She has also taught in correctional facilities in Rhode Island with College Unbound, and guest lectured to incarcerated students in the Iowa through the University of Iowa Liberal Arts Beyond Bars (UI LABB) program. Erin was the Assistant Director for Applied Research at the Institute for Higher Education Policy focusing on federal policy related to the intersection of higher education policy and policy related to educational access for justice-impacted people; and she was the Director of Policy at the Katal Center for Health, Equity, and Justice before transitioning to working with SCEA full time and consulting. Our guest is: Dr. Breea Willingham, incoming Associate Professor of Criminology at UNC Wilmington. Dr. Willingham earned her Ph.D. in American Studies from the State University of New York at Buffalo. As an interdisciplinary scholar, Dr. Willingham's research examines the intersections of race, gender, higher education, and the injustice system. She is particularly interested in examining Black women's pathways to incarceration, their experiences with higher education in prison, and providing a platform for Black women impacted by the injustice system to tell their stories. Influenced by her experiences as a sister and aunt of two men serving life sentences, Dr. Willingham's research also focuses on the societal ramifications of mass incarceration, especially its impact on families. Her work on incarcerated fathers and their children, Black women's prison narratives, teaching in women's prisons, and Black women and police violence has been published in academic journals and edited collections. In 2020, Dr. Willingham was appointed Managing Editor of the Journal for Higher Education in Prison, a peer-reviewed journal that publishes on the topics and issues in higher education in prison. Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, the co-creator of the Academic Life. Listeners to this episode might also be interested in: The Journal of Higher Education in Prison The Alliance for Higher Education in Prison Ear Hustle, a podcast hosted by persons who are incarcerated at San Quentin  A conversation about the Emerson Prison Initiative Dr. Erin Corbett on Beyond Prisons Abolition. Feminism. Now. edited by Angela Davis et al. Punishment and Society, by Breea Willingham Privilege and Punishment, by Matthew Clair No Mercy Here, by Sarah Haley You are smart and capable, but you aren't an island and neither are we. We reach across our mentor network to bring you experts about everything from how to finish that project, to how to take care of your beautiful mind. Here on the Academic Life channel, we embrace a broad definition of what it means to be an academic and to lead an academic life. We view education as a transformative human endeavor and are inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Wish we'd bring on an expert about something? DMs us on Twitter: @AcademicLifeNBN. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
The Journal of Higher Education in Prison

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 50:39


Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you'll hear about: How both of today's guests became involved in higher education in prison. Why this work is personal to them. Funding and representation issues in higher education in prison. The complexities of supporting students who are incarcerated without supporting the carceral system. And a discussion of the Journal of Higher Education in Prison. Our guest is: Dr. Erin Corbett, who earned her doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania, where her dissertation examined the relationship between educational attainment level and post-release employment outcomes for formerly incarcerated people in Connecticut. While pursuing her doctorate, Erin launched a nonprofit that provides not-for-credit, postsecondary level courses in three correctional facilities in Connecticut. She has also taught in correctional facilities in Rhode Island with College Unbound, and guest lectured to incarcerated students in the Iowa through the University of Iowa Liberal Arts Beyond Bars (UI LABB) program. Erin was the Assistant Director for Applied Research at the Institute for Higher Education Policy focusing on federal policy related to the intersection of higher education policy and policy related to educational access for justice-impacted people; and she was the Director of Policy at the Katal Center for Health, Equity, and Justice before transitioning to working with SCEA full time and consulting. Our guest is: Dr. Breea Willingham, incoming Associate Professor of Criminology at UNC Wilmington. Dr. Willingham earned her Ph.D. in American Studies from the State University of New York at Buffalo. As an interdisciplinary scholar, Dr. Willingham's research examines the intersections of race, gender, higher education, and the injustice system. She is particularly interested in examining Black women's pathways to incarceration, their experiences with higher education in prison, and providing a platform for Black women impacted by the injustice system to tell their stories. Influenced by her experiences as a sister and aunt of two men serving life sentences, Dr. Willingham's research also focuses on the societal ramifications of mass incarceration, especially its impact on families. Her work on incarcerated fathers and their children, Black women's prison narratives, teaching in women's prisons, and Black women and police violence has been published in academic journals and edited collections. In 2020, Dr. Willingham was appointed Managing Editor of the Journal for Higher Education in Prison, a peer-reviewed journal that publishes on the topics and issues in higher education in prison. Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, the co-creator of the Academic Life. Listeners to this episode might also be interested in: The Journal of Higher Education in Prison The Alliance for Higher Education in Prison Ear Hustle, a podcast hosted by persons who are incarcerated at San Quentin  A conversation about the Emerson Prison Initiative Dr. Erin Corbett on Beyond Prisons Abolition. Feminism. Now. edited by Angela Davis et al. Punishment and Society, by Breea Willingham Privilege and Punishment, by Matthew Clair No Mercy Here, by Sarah Haley You are smart and capable, but you aren't an island and neither are we. We reach across our mentor network to bring you experts about everything from how to finish that project, to how to take care of your beautiful mind. Here on the Academic Life channel, we embrace a broad definition of what it means to be an academic and to lead an academic life. We view education as a transformative human endeavor and are inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Wish we'd bring on an expert about something? DMs us on Twitter: @AcademicLifeNBN. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

The Academic Life
The Journal of Higher Education in Prison

The Academic Life

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 50:39


Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you'll hear about: How both of today's guests became involved in higher education in prison. Why this work is personal to them. Funding and representation issues in higher education in prison. The complexities of supporting students who are incarcerated without supporting the carceral system. And a discussion of the Journal of Higher Education in Prison. Our guest is: Dr. Erin Corbett, who earned her doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania, where her dissertation examined the relationship between educational attainment level and post-release employment outcomes for formerly incarcerated people in Connecticut. While pursuing her doctorate, Erin launched a nonprofit that provides not-for-credit, postsecondary level courses in three correctional facilities in Connecticut. She has also taught in correctional facilities in Rhode Island with College Unbound, and guest lectured to incarcerated students in the Iowa through the University of Iowa Liberal Arts Beyond Bars (UI LABB) program. Erin was the Assistant Director for Applied Research at the Institute for Higher Education Policy focusing on federal policy related to the intersection of higher education policy and policy related to educational access for justice-impacted people; and she was the Director of Policy at the Katal Center for Health, Equity, and Justice before transitioning to working with SCEA full time and consulting. Our guest is: Dr. Breea Willingham, incoming Associate Professor of Criminology at UNC Wilmington. Dr. Willingham earned her Ph.D. in American Studies from the State University of New York at Buffalo. As an interdisciplinary scholar, Dr. Willingham's research examines the intersections of race, gender, higher education, and the injustice system. She is particularly interested in examining Black women's pathways to incarceration, their experiences with higher education in prison, and providing a platform for Black women impacted by the injustice system to tell their stories. Influenced by her experiences as a sister and aunt of two men serving life sentences, Dr. Willingham's research also focuses on the societal ramifications of mass incarceration, especially its impact on families. Her work on incarcerated fathers and their children, Black women's prison narratives, teaching in women's prisons, and Black women and police violence has been published in academic journals and edited collections. In 2020, Dr. Willingham was appointed Managing Editor of the Journal for Higher Education in Prison, a peer-reviewed journal that publishes on the topics and issues in higher education in prison. Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, the co-creator of the Academic Life. Listeners to this episode might also be interested in: The Journal of Higher Education in Prison The Alliance for Higher Education in Prison Ear Hustle, a podcast hosted by persons who are incarcerated at San Quentin  A conversation about the Emerson Prison Initiative Dr. Erin Corbett on Beyond Prisons Abolition. Feminism. Now. edited by Angela Davis et al. Punishment and Society, by Breea Willingham Privilege and Punishment, by Matthew Clair No Mercy Here, by Sarah Haley You are smart and capable, but you aren't an island and neither are we. We reach across our mentor network to bring you experts about everything from how to finish that project, to how to take care of your beautiful mind. Here on the Academic Life channel, we embrace a broad definition of what it means to be an academic and to lead an academic life. We view education as a transformative human endeavor and are inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Wish we'd bring on an expert about something? DMs us on Twitter: @AcademicLifeNBN. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/academic-life

New Books in Education
The Journal of Higher Education in Prison

New Books in Education

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 50:39


Welcome to The Academic Life! In this episode you'll hear about: How both of today's guests became involved in higher education in prison. Why this work is personal to them. Funding and representation issues in higher education in prison. The complexities of supporting students who are incarcerated without supporting the carceral system. And a discussion of the Journal of Higher Education in Prison. Our guest is: Dr. Erin Corbett, who earned her doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania, where her dissertation examined the relationship between educational attainment level and post-release employment outcomes for formerly incarcerated people in Connecticut. While pursuing her doctorate, Erin launched a nonprofit that provides not-for-credit, postsecondary level courses in three correctional facilities in Connecticut. She has also taught in correctional facilities in Rhode Island with College Unbound, and guest lectured to incarcerated students in the Iowa through the University of Iowa Liberal Arts Beyond Bars (UI LABB) program. Erin was the Assistant Director for Applied Research at the Institute for Higher Education Policy focusing on federal policy related to the intersection of higher education policy and policy related to educational access for justice-impacted people; and she was the Director of Policy at the Katal Center for Health, Equity, and Justice before transitioning to working with SCEA full time and consulting. Our guest is: Dr. Breea Willingham, incoming Associate Professor of Criminology at UNC Wilmington. Dr. Willingham earned her Ph.D. in American Studies from the State University of New York at Buffalo. As an interdisciplinary scholar, Dr. Willingham's research examines the intersections of race, gender, higher education, and the injustice system. She is particularly interested in examining Black women's pathways to incarceration, their experiences with higher education in prison, and providing a platform for Black women impacted by the injustice system to tell their stories. Influenced by her experiences as a sister and aunt of two men serving life sentences, Dr. Willingham's research also focuses on the societal ramifications of mass incarceration, especially its impact on families. Her work on incarcerated fathers and their children, Black women's prison narratives, teaching in women's prisons, and Black women and police violence has been published in academic journals and edited collections. In 2020, Dr. Willingham was appointed Managing Editor of the Journal for Higher Education in Prison, a peer-reviewed journal that publishes on the topics and issues in higher education in prison. Our host is: Dr. Christina Gessler, the co-creator of the Academic Life. Listeners to this episode might also be interested in: The Journal of Higher Education in Prison The Alliance for Higher Education in Prison Ear Hustle, a podcast hosted by persons who are incarcerated at San Quentin  A conversation about the Emerson Prison Initiative Dr. Erin Corbett on Beyond Prisons Abolition. Feminism. Now. edited by Angela Davis et al. Punishment and Society, by Breea Willingham Privilege and Punishment, by Matthew Clair No Mercy Here, by Sarah Haley You are smart and capable, but you aren't an island and neither are we. We reach across our mentor network to bring you experts about everything from how to finish that project, to how to take care of your beautiful mind. Here on the Academic Life channel, we embrace a broad definition of what it means to be an academic and to lead an academic life. We view education as a transformative human endeavor and are inspired by today's knowledge-producers working inside and outside the academy. Wish we'd bring on an expert about something? DMs us on Twitter: @AcademicLifeNBN. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/education

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'This case is rotten all around:' Unexpected developments in case of Breonna Taylor's killing

Scroll Down: True Stories from KYW Newsradio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 29:03


The police killing of Breonna Taylor was thrust back in the headlines recently when federal charges were announced against the four current and former Louisville, Kentucky police officers that were involved in the botched raid that led to this tragedy back in March of 2020. So why is this important? What does it mean for police departments, and police accountability? We asked Dr. Jill McCorkel, Professor of Sociology and Criminology at Villanova University. Dr. McCorkel is also the Executive Director of the Philadelphia Justice Project for Women and Girls. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

THE LIZZY JANE PODCAST
#74 - Jessica Breemen [DanceSafe]

THE LIZZY JANE PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 80:26


Jessica Breemen, MSW, PSM, PATP (she/her) Chief Growth & Impact Officer Key Areas of Operations: Organizational health & design, capacity building, digital strategy, innovation, sustainability Jessica (she/her) is a versatile practitioner with over 15 years of experience coaching creative strategies and solutions to complex problems with individuals, teams, and communities. Jessica carries experience in a breadth of ecosystems including legal, government, non-profit, public health, healthcare, education, consulting, digital media, and technology. She was awarded her Master of Social Work degree in May of 2020, holds a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice & Criminology, is a certified Scrum Master, and a certified psychedelic-assisted therapist. Her intersecting efforts have specialized in social entrepreneurship, organizational culture and health, criminal justice and drug policy reform, full spectrum harm/risk reduction, benefit maximization, as well as integrative drug-assisted care. Jessica's journey with DanceSafe began during her 2017-2018 school year with an MSW field placement (but really as a supporter with lived experience since her early teenage years). She was invited to serve on the Board of Directors in January 2019. Before transitioning off the Board to join Staff on the Executive Team, she was a senior project leader for a social justice non-profit dedicated to incubating and supporting social ventures focused on cultural narrative change, equity, and progressive civic engagement with vulnerable, low income, and communities of color. Jessica is passionate about her role supporting DanceSafe in fulfilling its spirit and catalyzing opportunities through value-impact optimization, innovation, growth, and sustainability. To learn more visit these helpful links: Dancesafe.org About us: https://dancesafe.org/about-us/ Shop: https://dancesafe.org/shop/ Volunteer training (first step in getting involved): https://the-dancesafe-school.teachable.com/ Donate: DanceSafe.org/donate Burning Man 2022 sweepstakes & fundraiser: https://dancesafe.org/burningman/ This episode was brought to you by VitaPlur. VitaPLUR E-Boost Gum is a first of its kind rave supplement that provides magnesium, electrolytes and antioxidants sublingually while you chew! With no pills to take or annoying powders to mix VitaPLUR E-Boost gum is the perfect complement to your active lifestyle. Use code: "LIZZYJANE" (all caps) at check out for 10% off any item at https://www.vitaplur.io/

The Criminology Academy
Ep 52. If you walk into a door, will you commit crime? Head Injuries and Crime with Jessica Mongilio

The Criminology Academy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 51:26


We spoke with Jessica Mongilio, a doctoral candidate at Penn State's Department of Sociology and Criminology. Jessica talks to us about biopsychosocial criminology, we then move into a conversation about head injuries and their correlation to crime.    Jessica's work has been published in the Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. You can find her on Twitter @JMongilio.

The Criminologist
EP 120: Our Interview with Professor Jo Clarke of Petros: Resilience for Life!!!

The Criminologist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 40:41


Heading across the pond this week, to chat with Professor Jo Clark, joining us from her home in England! Jo Clark is the Director of Petros...dedicated to the development of "Resilience for Life."  Jo has extensive experience working in diverse public sector organizations, as well as a range of private and charitable companies as a clinician, trainer, consultant and researcher.   Learn all about her  Assessment of Dynamic Adaption and so much more! Petros: Resilience for Life Sustaining Probation Officer Resilience in Europe study International Training School on Core Correctional Skills Become a Supporter!! The Paragon Group The Criminologist channel

The American Warrior Show
Show # 303: Retired FBI Special Agent T.C. Fuller on Current Events

The American Warrior Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 120:07


T.C. Fuller is an experienced federal investigator and firearms trainer. He has spent his life carrying a firearm for the U.S. government. T.C. first served as an Army Infantry officer, Explosive Ordnance Disposal officer, before leaving the Army to accept an appointment as a Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). He spent the next 20 years working in all areas of investigative interest within the FBI, and served for several years as an instructor in the FBI's Firearms Training Unit in Quantico, VA. T.C. holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminology, as well as a Masters of Education in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. As a published writer, T.C. has written an innovative book on the topic of improving law enforcement deadly force training, as well as having written for several print magazines on the areas of law enforcement procedures, explosives, firearms and edged weapons. Among T.C.'s personal achievements, he has been awarded the U.S. Army's highest peace-time award for heroism, the Soldier's Medal. Besides finding, capturing and convicting a fugitive on the FBI's Top 10 Most Wanted list, T.C. has also been a successful competitive shooter for more than 20 years, earning a Master class certification from the International Defensive Pistol Association, winning numerous local, state and regional competitions along the way. He is now operating his own company, The Horus Group, LLC, which serves as a consultancy on firearms and training, as well as providing high-end, private firearms training for both armed professionals and citizens. T.C.'s Website: https://www.thehorusgroup.net/ Coffee with Rich Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rhodieusmc/videos American Warrior Show: https://americanwarriorshow.com/index.html SWAG: https://shop.americanwarriorsociety.com/ American Warrior Society please visit: https://americanwarriorsociety.com/