The conversation about masculine and feminine expectations and how we socialize children has been going on in academic circles for decades. But it’s only recently that a mass shooting like the one in Orlando launches a different narrative. Joseph Simons-Rudolph, teaching assistant professor of psychology, is featured in this edition of WHQR’s CoastLine.
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