A Quantitative Approach and a Qualitative Approach Towards Intersectionality among Individuals with LGBTQ+ Identities
This is a two-parted project that integrates a quantitative approach and a qualitative approach toward the concept of intersectionality. Research about intersectionality has shown the advantages and disadvantages of both approaches. Therefore, I decided to explore the concept using both approaches. The quantitative section of this project investigates the relationship between victimization experiences due to race/ ethnicity and/ or LGBTQ+ identities and emotional well-being. The sample for this section consisted of college students from all states in the United States who identified as LGBTQ+ and were between 18 and 24 years old. The qualitative section examines salient identities, identity gaps, and identity negotiation among LGBTQ+ college students. The sample for this section consisted of 20 college students from Bowling Green State University who identified as LGBTQ+ and were between 18 and 24 years old. You may refer to the research paper for more information.
Dr. Sandra Faulkner
First Advisor Department
Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Dr. Eric Dubow
Second Advisor Department
Trinh, Viet (Mason), "A Quantitative Approach and a Qualitative Approach Towards Intersectionality among Individuals with LGBTQ+ Identities" (2020). Honors Projects. 476.
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