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A provocative study, recently released by Arizona State University, finds that nearly 80 percent of ads posted on the adult-services section of Backpage.com are for prostitutes.

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An updated version of the three-part series How to Fix A...

Rick Moule arrives early to his office in the ASU University Center Building in downtown Phoenix. A doctoral student in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Moule sits in front of his...

"Politics, Labor and the War on Big Business, Arizona 1890-1920" is the latest book about Arizona's framework of modern times written by David R. Berman, senior research fellow at Morrison...

An ambitious higher engineering education initiative driven by Arizona State University to advance economic development efforts in Vietnam is continuing to attract support and build momentum....

Information management scholar Kevin Desouza has joined ASU’s College of Public Programs as associate dean for research and associate professor of public affairs, effective Aug. 16.

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A new study, published in this month’s American Sociological Review, showed how experiencing racial discrimination increases the risk of crime among young African-American males. More importantly...

ASU assistant professor Joanne Cacciatore’s research suggests that one of the most important steps individuals dealing with a traumatic incident can take towards healing is to connect with others...

Robert F. Ashcraft, executive director of Arizona State University's Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation and professor of nonprofit studies in ASU’s School of Community...

Arizona likely will experience a dramatic shift in the state’s political landscape over the next decades due to the large number of younger Latinos coming of voter age, according to a new report...

One of the few bits of good news for Americans with behavioral health conditions to come out of any presidential administration dominated the proceedings of ASU’s 13th Annual Summer Institute held...

A new study found Chinese teenagers and young adults are involved in higher rates of delinquency and violence than reported in previous research. The findings, published in the latest online...

Approximately 400 behavioral health professionals from Arizona communities will gather in Sedona July 17-20, for the 13th Annual Summer Institute. Hosted by ASU’s Center for Applied Behavioral...

Nicole Darnall, a senior sustainability scholar with ASU's Global Institute of Sustainability, spoke with a writer for National Geographic Daily News about some of the findings in the 2012...

Dave White has assumed the role of principal investigator and co-director at the Decision Center for a Desert City (DCDC) at Arizona State University, replacing...

In the midst of budget cuts, hiring freezes and skyrocketing caseloads, a new partnership between ASU’s Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy and the Arizona Department of Economic Security...

A recent study ranked the faculty at ASU's School of Criminology and Criminal Justice third in the nation for scholarly research – a significant achievement considering the school only began its...

ASU’s School of Public Affairs and Center for Policy Informatics recently capped off a national policy proposal competition in response to the White House’s Startup America Policy Challenge with...

Xia Wang wanted to find out why so many Americans believe undocumented immigrants commit more crime.

“The weight of evidence suggests that immigration is not related to more crime,” said...

Chad Waltz, a graduate student at Arizona State University, has been selected as a Tillman Military Scholar for the 2012-2013 academic year.

In 2008, the Pat Tillman Foundation...

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