Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Inclusion is Hard and We Must Do Better | APPAM Leadership Blog Series

Increasingly, activities that focus on inclusion are becoming more and more important. As I’m sure you’ve experienced at your university or research organization: getting to the how is hard. We all know about the why. Having a membership/staff/faculty/student body/leadership that reflects everybody in the larger group and represents all perspectives in decision making is vital. There’s no question that we need and want to engage in as many diversity activities as possible.

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Family Business or Social Problem? The Cost of Unreported Domestic Violence

This week's featured JPAM article addresses social interest in problems, such as domestic violence. In Family Business or Social Problem? The Cost of Unreported Domestic Violence, authors Scott E. Carrell and Mark Hoekstra find that although children exposed to as-yet-unreported domestic violence reduce the achievement of their classroom peers, these costs disappear completely once the parent reports the violence to the court. This suggests that the public has an interest in helping families to overcome their problems in general and to report domestic violence in particular. It also suggests that social and judicial interventions may help combat negative peer effects in schools.

Read the full paper on Wiley Online
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