The SJS Project: Phases of Research
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This concluding chapter provides the methodology employed for the completion of the Social Justice Sexuality (SJS) Project. Each of the five phases is delineated, providing more detail about the process. Particular attention is given to the quantitative and qualitative portions.
KeywordsSocial Justice Sexuality Project Research methods Quantitative methods Qualitative methods Digital imagery
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