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Our ethnographic work examines and analyzes students’ experiences of socializing, sex, sexual assault and sexual health.
A major priority of SHIFT is to make sure that the knowledge we generate is actually useful in enhancing the campus climate.
SHIFT’s quantitative components seek to identify the individual, social, and structural risk and protective factors.
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