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Dr. Yasser Arafat Payne
Yasser Arafat Payne, Phd. is an associate professor in the
Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice and the Department of
Africana Studies at the University of Delaware. Dr. Payne has organized a
street ethnographic research program centered on exploring notions of
resilience and resiliency with the streets of Black America using an
unconventional methodological framework entitled Street Participatory
Action Research (Street PAR). Street PAR is the process of doing
research and activism with street-identified populations. Challenging
the dominant arguments in the literature, Dr. Payne asserts that all
members of the streets are in fact, resilient. His research program
further focuses on Black racial identity, street identity, physical
violence, as well as “gangster rap” music and culture.
Dr. Payne completed his doctoral work at the Graduate Center-City
University of New York where he was trained as a social-personality
psychologist. Dr. Payne also completed a postdoctoral fellowship funded
by the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIH-NIDA) whereby he worked on a
re-entry and intervention-based research project in New York City’s
largest jail, Rikers Island.
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