filling the research gap
A scan of grey literature to build a deeper understanding of problems and solutions for boys and men of color.
Identifying the voices rarely or never heard.
Authored by leading social science scholars and researchers, Field Scans provide a comprehensive review and exploration of interventions and recommendations for RISE ethnic groups and discipline areas. These reports incorporate “grey literature”— research that is not disseminated in traditional academic. Examples of grey literature include peer-review journals, government reports, program evaluation reports, and unpublished dissertations.
Field Scans 1-8
- The Intersection of the Criminal Justice, Education, and Mental Healthcare Systems and Its Influence on Boys and Young Men of Color
- Breaking Free from the Web of Violence: Asset-Based Approaches for Boys & Men of Color
- Physical and Mental Health Interventions for Black Men in the United States
- The Status of Evaluation and Research on Effective Interventions Serving Boys and Men of Color
- Masculinities Matter: The Role of Masculinities in Depression, Suicide, and Substance Abuse Among African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Alaska Native/ American Indian Boys and Men
- Latino boys and men: Advancing scholarship and community-based solutions
- A Study of Indigenous Boys and Men
- A Review of Economic Opportunity and Criminal Justice Programs for Boys and Men of Color