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CSUSB professor provides insight into anti-government extremist group known as the Cali Bois
KABC 7 Los Angeles
Feb. 9, 2022
Brian Levin, the director of the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism a Cal State San Bernardino, was asked for insight into the extremist group known as the Cali Bois after one of them was arrested by federal authorities after he allegedly sold illegal gun modification parts to an undercover FBI agent.
"They're a dangerous, amorphous culture," said Levin of the Cali Bois. "Most of it is venting online, but they include a lot of people who glorify weaponry and certain types of targeted violence."
Watch the segment at “Pomona man arrested in connection with anti-government extremist group known as the Cali Bois.
CSUSB professor interviewed about longevity in relationships
Feb. 8, 2022
The real estate industry website, in an article about which states have the longest lasting marriages, interviewed CSUSB psychology professor Kelly Campbell, a nationally recognized expert in relationships.
In response to a question on what people in long-lasting relationships do differently than others, Campbell said, in part, “Good communication and healthy conflict resolution skills are essential. Partnering with someone who shares a lot of your likes, goals, view on life, etc. is important. Having respect for your partner and expressing love will keep relationships healthy.”
The complete interview was published in the web post “From dating to happily ever after: States where love lasts.”
CSUSB professor writes on ‘How we became brainwashed by social media’
Feb. 8, 2022
Anthony Silard, associate professor of public administration, began a three-part series for “The Art of Living Free” blog on how social media’s influence has adversely affected many of us.
He wrote, in part, “Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media sites are now characterized by a few well-greased squeaky wheels and a mass of complicit, collectively bland acolytes (that’s us).
“On the other side of these hatred-imbued missives, the rest of us go along to get along; we adopt these extreme views wholesale, such that there is no middle ground anymore. That doesn’t sound like the goal of democracy at all.”
Read the complete article at “How we became brainwashed by social media.
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