Grief and Masculinity: A Qualitative Analysis of Young Black Men's Responses to Violent Death in Baltimore
Teylor Hamilton, Sophomore English Adolescence Education major, presented her research, "Grief and Masculinity: A Qualitative Analysis of Young Black Men's Responses to Violent Death in Baltimore" to a broad audience of nearly 40 faculty and students at the Honors Research Forum hosted by Dr. James Snyder in the Mair Room of Marist College. Teylor's research was completed as an Honors By Contract project in Fall 2016 under the supervision of Dr. Jocelyn R. Smith Lee of the Psychology Department at Marist College.
Pictured from left to right: Dr. Jocelyn R. Smith Lee (Psychology Department) and Teylor Hamilton (Sophomore, English Adolescence Education major). As a student in Dr. Smith Lee's Research Methods I course (qualitative methods), Teylor completed an Honors By Contract research project to train in qualitative research methods through a semester long experience with Dr. Smith Lee. Teylor's research examined grief responses and masculinity among Dr. Smith Lee's Baltimore-based dataset of young Black men impacted by violence and loss.