Racial Politics, Data Collection, and the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry

Files

Bria Gambrell thesis 2019.pdf

Citation

[Unknown User], “Racial Politics, Data Collection, and the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry,” Scholar@Simmons, accessed September 25, 2020, https://beatleyweb.simmons.edu/scholar/items/show/398.

Title

Racial Politics, Data Collection, and the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry

Creator

Gambrell, Bria

Date

2019

Description

This analysis layers surveillance studies, critical race theory, and sex offender research to assess the disproportionate impact sex offender policy has on Black men in the United States. Utilizing Boston, Massachusetts as a case study, this analysis examined the sex offender registry with a focus on Suffolk County, home of Boston Proper, to track inconsistencies in data collection and implementation.

Subject

Sex Offender Research and Critical Race Studies

Publisher

Simmons University (Boston, Mass.)

Rights

Material from the Simmons University Archives collections are made available for study purposes only. For more information, or to request rights to reproduce or reuse any material, contact the the Simmons University Archives at archives@simmons.edu.

Format

1 PDF (38 Pages)

Language

English

Potential Collection

Public Policy