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A Sociological Analysis of the Relationship Status of Mothers Following a Nonmarital Birth
(East Carolina University, 2020-06-22)
The purpose of this work was to understand relationship transitions that unmarried parents experience after a nonmarital birth. This thesis uses data from the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing Study, a longitudinal ...
Cross-National Variation in Aggregate Levels of Life Satisfaction of Gay Men
(East Carolina University, 2021-01-07)
This project examined the cross-national variation in aggregate levels of life satisfaction of gay men. Using data from the Gay Happiness Index, the World Values Survey, the European Values Study, the International Lesbian, ...
Multiple Partner Fertility and Access to Social Support
(East Carolina University, 2020-11-18)
Social support helps individuals manage problems and make ends meet. However, access to social support varies across groups and by sociodemographic characteristics. Past studies have found that multiple partner fertility ...
Black People and Bodily Autonomy: Where do we go from here?
(East Carolina University, 2022-05-12)
Through this thesis I sought to add to the literature regarding the influence of pervasive police brutality on young Black people. In it I explore the relationship between police brutality and influence on Black people’s ...
PROTESTING THE POLICE: HOW SITUATIONAL THREATS ELICIT POLICE REPRESSION AT PROTEST EVENTS TARGETING THE POLICE.
(East Carolina University, 2022-05-13)
Protests challenging the police pose a significant reputational threat to law enforcement. The threat hypothesis states that police repression is motivated by the desire to maintain social control, and when threats arise, ...