There is much to learn regarding the state of our society-longstanding behavioral trends-local, national, and global. All of which are best understood through sociological perspective and historical context.
Sociological research affords evidence-based strategies for provoking real social change broadly. I ethnographically attend to the socio-historical structuring of society and its inequitable/bias underpinnings, as fundamental to understanding twenty-first century conflict and the advancement of social justice.
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