Brett G. Stoudt, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department with a joint appointment in the Gender Studies Program at John Jay College of Criminal justice as well as the Environmental Psychology Doctoral Program at the Graduate Center. He has worked on numerous participatory action research projects with community groups, lawyers, and policy-makers nationally and internationally. His interests include the social psychology of privilege and oppression as well as aggressive and discriminatory policing practices. He is also interested in critical methodologies, particularly critical approaches to quantitative research. His work has been published in volumes such as Class Privilege & Education, Advantage and Conflict, Interdependence, & Justice as well as journals such as The Journal of Social Issues, The Urban Review, and Men and Masculinities.
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