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The Cybertraps Podcast

Jan 28, 2021

Dr. Jeff Temple is a Professor, Licensed Psychologist, and Founding Director of the Center for Violence Prevention at the University of Texas Medical Branch.

His research focuses on the prevention of interpersonal, community, and structural violence, and has been funded through the National Institute of Justice,...

Jan 25, 2021

Today we are talking with Genie Siedler, Executive Director of Alaska Society for Technology in Education, and how ASTE has been there for students in Alaska well before the pandemic hit and lessons learned from the pandemic. 

She also shares some insights learned from allowing technology to get out in front of what...

Jan 21, 2021

Akunna was born and raised in New York but has declared California home for the past 6 years. She has lived in South Los Angeles. She teaches middle and high school Speech and Debate at New Roads School in Santa Monica, CA. Her school was founded about 25 years ago as a response to the racial and...

Jan 18, 2021

In this episode, Jethro and Frederick discuss the history of radicalization, challenges, and give advice for what parents can do to help their children.

Brief History

  • 1978 Invention of Bulletin Boards
  • 1979 Neo*Nazi Bulletin Board Set Up in West Virginia; attracted kids from area
  • Quickly followed by numerous others
  • In...

Jan 14, 2021

Dr. Eric Stephen’s dissertation research was all about how researchers fall into traps using datasets they don't curate themselves. They adopt the assumptions of the database design and the methodology. Stephens discusses how social justice researchers employ the doctrine of double effect to justify unintentional...