From school assemblies to media, Dr. Boyles intelligibly lectures - motivates and speaks - as an expert on a broad range of social issues, across diverse occasions and venues.
Evidence-based consultation matters. Dr. Boyles provides empirical, structural insight on matters including but not limited to community/neighborhood disorder and program development. Dr. Boyles does this relative to marginalized populations - race, gender, and/or socio-economic and political advancement.
Women continue to face gender inequality and disparity, locally, nationally, and globally. Further, the feminization of poverty remains pervasive—leaving female-headed households especially socio-economically and politically destitute and stagnate. Dr. Boyles' Girls on Fire Roundtable Series provides safe space for dialoguing and empowering young expecting single mothers living in transitional housing.
Partly influenced by Community Disorder and Social Ties project
From local to global:
"In the end,
and all forms of discrimination
to the same thing:
The United Nations (UN) Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) is significant and attends to ALL issues/ALL matters essential to the advancement of women and gender equity, globally. You may begin feminist global education with awareness in the following areas:
Speech, Social Issues, Cultural Anthropology, Cultural Diversity (Online and Grounded), Culture and Communication, Introduction to Sociology (Online and Grounded), Policing, Introduction to Corrections, Victimology, Social Problems, Race/Ethnicity and Gender, Sociology of Gender Roles, Sociological Field Study, Sociology of Poverty and Conflict, Special Topics in Sociology: Ferguson: Protest and Police Militarization, Sociocultural Theory, and Race, Crime, and Punishment
Administration of Criminal Justice, Ethics in Criminal Justice, and
Public Policy in Criminal Justice
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