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Conducting Research with Marginalized Populations

Conducting Research with Marginalized Populations

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Marginalized populations, such as people experiencing homelessness and immigrants, are seen as among the most challenging populations to study, both methodologically and ethically. Ernesto Castañeda emphasizes the calls of prior research to streamline IRB processes further to study vulnerable groups.

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