IV.3. Research with vulnerable and marginalized populations

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Samantha Majic
John Jay College-CUNY
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any examples?

PostMon Nov 28, 2016 8:26 am

Please list citations for specific studies that employ particular transparency practices or practices that otherwise enhance the interpretability, evaluability, credibility, or quality of the research.

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Re: any examples?

PostFri Dec 02, 2016 2:31 pm

Lutnick, Alexandra. "Beyond prescientific reasoning: The sex worker environmental assessment team study." In [i]Negotiating sex work: Unintended consequences of policy and activism[/i] Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2014: 31-52.

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Tim Buthe
HfP/Technical Univ of Munich & Duke University
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Re: any examples?

PostFri Dec 02, 2016 8:21 pm

To the anonymous poster tho pointed out the chapter by A. Lutnick:
Thank you for providing a specific, useful example; that's greatly appreciated. It would be even more helpful if you elaborated in a couple of sentences on the practices used by this author to enhance the interpretability, evaluability, credibility, or quality of her research and in what sense you found those practices particularly helpful. Thanks again.

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