IHDSC affiliates Dr. Hirokazu Yoshikawa (Courtney Sale Ross University Professor of Globalization and Education at Steinhardt, Applied Psychology and co-director of Global TIES for Children) and Andrew Nalani (doctoral candidate in Psychology and Social Intervention, Applied Psychology) co-authored an article for the Socius Journal Special Collection on Sociology's Role in Responding to Inequality. Their article, written in collaboration with Dr. Prudence Carter (UC Berkeley Graduate School of Education) and commissioned by the William T. Grant Foundation, is titled, "Social Science–Based Pathways to Reduce Social Inequality in Youth Outcomes and Opportunities at Scale."
What can social scientists do to deliver the forms of knowledge that may lead to a reduction of social inequalities in youth outcomes and opportunities at large scale?
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