Tag Archives: Violence

Song Lyrics and the Evolution of Thought: “Sharleena” and “Hey Joe”

Your idols are human, they will let you down. The important thing is to know what about them inspired you, and what about them you do not want for yourself.  Continue reading

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Isla Vista Killings: The Unfortunate Manifestation of a “Tortured Mulatto”

Many are shocked when I mention this phrase.  The tortured, or tragic, mulatto is a stereotype that describes the situation of mixed race individuals. This classic racism highlights their unique place between groups, and assumes that existing at this unique … Continue reading

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This Week in Unnecessary Censorship on Delta Airlines

I flew from JFK to LAX this week and, instead of doing work, decided to watch movies that were available for free in my Delta In-Flight Entertainment. I watched the new Riddick (2013) starring Vin Diesel, and Pain and Gain … Continue reading

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A Cross-Sectional and Comparative Analysis of California Female Inmates

Grills, C.,  Villanueva, S., Anderson, M., Corsbie-Massay, C.L., Smith, B., Johnson, L., & Owens, K. (in press). Effectiveness of Choice Theory Connections: A Cross-Sectional and Comparative Analysis of California Female Inmates. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Abstract … Continue reading

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