Haskins featured on Inside Higher Ed podcast

September 19, 2017

Anna Haskins, assistant professor of sociology, explores how having a father in prison affects children's schooling in this podcast on Inside Higher Ed.

Through layered examinations of the interplay between three of America’s most powerful social institutions – families, schools and the criminal justice system – Haskins studies how processes and institutions mitigate or exacerbate social inequities, working to understanding the persistence of racial disparities in outcomes and the role these inequities play in the transmission of inequality or opportunity from one generation to the next.

Listen to the podcast.

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