Research Highlights

Baby Steps: Scholar’s Book Explores History of Assisted Reproductive Technologies

Baby Steps: Scholar’s Book Explores History of Assisted Reproductive Technologies

Rutgers–Camden scholar Marsh and her sister, Penn professor Wanda Ronner, explore the history of assisted reproductive technologies and consider policy issues related to the largely unregulated industry in their new book, The Pursuit of Parenthood: Reproductive Technology from Test-Tube Babies to Uterus Transplants (Johns Hopkins University Press).

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Link Between Licensed Firearms Dealers and Intimate Partner Homicide in Urban Counties, Says New Study

Link Between Licensed Firearms Dealers and Intimate Partner Homicide in Urban Counties, Says New Study

A pioneering Rutgers–Camden study shows a significant link between the concentration of federally licensed firearms dealers in urban counties and intimate partner homicide in the home.

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Promoting Physical Activity to Female College Students Could Lead to Lifetime of Good Health

Promoting Physical Activity to Female College Students Could Lead to Lifetime of Good Health

Research suggests that colleges and universities should offer a variety of exercise programs to help women develop healthier lifestyles.

Researcher’s New Book Explores Symbolism of Fourth of July and Other American Holidays

Researcher’s New Book Explores Symbolism of Fourth of July and Other American Holidays

Rutgers–Camden researcher Cindy Dell Clark explores the oft-ignored cultural symbols of holidays in her eye- and ear-opening new book All Together Now: American Holiday Symbolism Among Children and Adults (Rutgers University Press, 2019).

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Sociologist’s Book Highlights Experiences of Interracial Couples and the Meanings They Give to Race and Ethnicity

Sociologist’s Book Highlights Experiences of Interracial Couples and the Meanings They Give to Race and Ethnicity

Researcher Chinyere Osuji’s new book highlights experiences of interracial couples and the meanings that they give to race and ethnicity

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