The Effects of Social Ostracism on the Formerly Incarcerated (2-2)
In this unique episode of Solitary Nation, Matt Duhamel talks with Dr. Kipling Williams from Purdue University. He is the nation’s leading authority on social ostracism and social rejection. The conversation focuses on how rejection effects everyday people and especially the formally incarcerated. Dr. Williams also offers tips for people with felony records on how they can reduce anxiety and pressure from social ostracism.
This is an informative podcast episode not only for people who’ve been incarcerated, but for all ages and social situations. The information that Dr. Williams provides can even relate to school bullying among children and teenagers.