Recorded on October 25 at UC Berkeley's Social Science Matrix, this panel discussion focused on the limits of what can be learned about sexual violence and harassment from personal narratives that are shared online, as well as the question of what is missed in survey data related to sexual violence and harassment.
Chuck Kapelke has 15 years of experience as a communications professional. His writing has appeared in publications such as Fortune, Boston Magazine, Continental Inflight, and Rolling Stone, and he has written articles and produced videos for dozens of organizations, including the Great Place to Work Institute, Monitor 360, and Isaacson-Miller. A perpetually fascinated observer of human behavior, he holds a BA in anthropology from Harvard College. He lives in Alameda, California with his wife and two children. Feel free to contact him about this website or other questions related to Social Science Matrix.