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Field Research: A Graduate Student's Guide
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Sexual violence during research, by
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Confronting Sexual Harassment in the Field
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Harassed. Gender, Bodies, and Ethnographic Research
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“Sexual harassment, assault common on scientific field studies, survey indicates”. ScienceDaily. Retrieved 2018-03-07.

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