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Sociology and Social Anthropology Assistant Professor Michael Halpin discusses incels
Sociology and Social Anthropology Assistant Professor Michael Halpin recently appeared on CTV Atlantic to discuss incels - people who consider themselves involuntarily celibate - misogyny, and their ties to social media. The research was funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), Explore and Donald Hill.
Watch the interview on the CTV News Atlantic website.
His research on incels was also featured in The Conversation Canada.
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