How can we study race, sex, and gender in ways that are more precise to produce better research results? Race, gender, and even sex are sociocultural constructs. Yet they have real impacts on our daily lives and well-being. How can researchers best take these important identity markers into account without succumbing to a false biological determinism?
This session will identify common pitfalls that undermine research findings and identify more productive pathways.
This session is part of the Asking Different Questions research training series.