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White Working-Class DiscontentJohns Hopkins sociologist Andrew Cherlin discussed the economy, the family, and the white working-class as IPR's fall distinguished public policy lecturer.Read more...

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Faculty Spotlight: Onnie RogersFor IPR developmental psychologist Onnie Rogers, feeling like an exception sparked questions about identity and self-perception that inform her research today.Read more...

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Policy Implications of the 2016 ElectionThrough presentations on bipartisanship, the Supreme Court, healthcare, and immigration, four expert panelists dove deep into the policy implications of the 2016 election.Read more...

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Panel to Enhance Online Survey Platform TESSCurrently housed at IPR, Time-sharing Experiments in the Social Sciences (TESS) is now working with a new online data collection platform.Read more...

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Workshop Seeks to Unpack CorruptionGiven the ubiquity and many forms of corruption, can it be curbed, and if so, how? An interdisciplinary group of scholars met to discuss their research and insights.Read more...

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