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Project | Effect of parental incarceration on sexual health and fertility
Parental incarceration is associated with increased fertility, number of sexual partners, and risk of diagnosis with STIs and HIV. There is heterogeneity by race and gender, with Black women having particularly comprehensive risk. The intergenerational consequences of incarceration may play a role in persistent racial health inequity in the U.S. Currently refining analysis.
Project | 02
Project | Risk of mortality by police for those with disabilities.
In this project, which I'm working on in collaboration with Dr. Frank Edwards and Dr. Emma Frankham, we're using the Fatal Encounters data to explore the risk of mortality by police for those with disabilities. We're employing demographic techniques, including life table analysis, to calculate life time risks of police by mortality for various groups. Currently coding data.
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Project | Effect of parental incarceration stigma on teacher's assessment of students and their work.
This project will explore the role of associative stigma for children of incarcerated parents in the persistent education gap. This project will use an experimental design to identify causal relationships as well as the causal pathways through which this effect occurs. Currently developing and validating materials for the experiment.