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Presented By: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research

A Quantitative Intersectional Approach to Examining Risk and Resilience Among Young Black Men

Lloyd M. Talley

A Quantitative Intersectional Approach to Examining Risk and Resilience Among Young Black Men A Quantitative Intersectional Approach to Examining Risk and Resilience Among Young Black Men
A Quantitative Intersectional Approach to Examining Risk and Resilience Among Young Black Men
This talk focuses on the identity development of young boys and men of color focusing on Blacks in particular. It also focuses on the linkage of identity formation to multiple outcomes throughout their life course.

This webinar is part of the 2020 ICPSR Data Fair, "Data in Real Life." More information about the Data Fair can be found at http://myumi.ch/ICPSRdatafair2020. Please note that all attendees for this session must be registered for the ICPSR Data Fair.
A Quantitative Intersectional Approach to Examining Risk and Resilience Among Young Black Men A Quantitative Intersectional Approach to Examining Risk and Resilience Among Young Black Men
A Quantitative Intersectional Approach to Examining Risk and Resilience Among Young Black Men
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