Category Archives: Mixed Methods

“I’m Not a Freshi”: Culture Shock, Puberty and Growing Up as British-Bangladeshi Girls

Most people wish to banish the awkwardness and confusion of puberty from their memories, but for Lauren Houghton, puberty has been the focus of her research for more than a decade. Fascinated by the opportunity it presented for biosocial inquiry, … Continue reading

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“You probably can’t feel as safe as normal women”: Hispanic women’s reactions to breast density notification

A new qualitative study by Alsacia Pacsi-Sepulveda, Rachel Shelton, Carmen Rodriguez, Arielle Coq, and Parisa Tehranifar that explored the understanding of, and reactions to, New York State’s breast density notification language was recently published in the journal Cancer. In 2013, … Continue reading

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