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Posts Tagged ‘ boys health ’

It’s Time to Connect the Dots, Bullying, Family Violence, Solutions

April 25, 2011
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It’s Time to Connect the Dots, Bullying, Family Violence, Solutions

  By Richart Davis On Friday April 22, 2001 I read the Boston Globe article, 1 in 4 report bullying at Mass. Schools. That article notes: The report found that students who said they had been involved in bullying, as both a perpetrator and a victim, were five times more likely to report they...
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NCFM President Harry Crouch at Good Friday and Domestic Violence Event

April 23, 2011
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NCFM President Harry Crouch at Good Friday and Domestic Violence Event

Last week I was invited by Kent Peters, Catholic Diocese Office for Social Services Director, to talk about domestic violence at the event Twentieth Annual Walk with the Suffering Good Friday Stations of the Cross, April 22, 2011, sponsored by the Ecumenical Council of San Diego County. Kent and I have known each other...
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Criminal Sentencing

April 15, 2011
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Criminal Sentencing

Research has repeatedly shown that men get higher criminal sentences than women even when all other factors are accounted for. See also, Seattle Times, “State courts unfair to men, minorities, UW study suggests,” This confirms prior data showing men receive higher sentences than women for the same crime even when age, race, priors, family situation, and other factors are accounted...
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