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Exploring Online Recruitment for Web-based Research Studies

Joel Moskowitz and Diana McDonnell discuss the benefits and challenges of using online recruitment methods for a community-based online smoking cessation intervention for Korean Americans.

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The Question of Researcher Ethnicity

Researchers, regardless of ethnicity, have an obligation to explain to minority participants why their work is legitimate, states Christopher L. Edwards.

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Recruiting Sexual Minority Populations

Recruiting participants from the gay immigrant community is difficult, states Hirokazu Yoshikawa.

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Parachuting Measures into Other Cultures

Kenneth H. Rubin explains one reason for non-replication of findings in cross-cultural research.

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Cultural Sensitivity in Sleep Research

Martica Hall talks about sensitive issues that arise when studying people in their homes.

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Recruiting in Hispanic Communities

Jodi M. Gonzalez talks about recruiting Hispanic participants in Texas.

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Disparate Cultural Constructs

Luis H. Zayas talks about how the idea for the Center for Latino Family Research Conference began.

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Read, Choose a Model, Then Ask a Question

Have a broad knowledge of the field, advises Nancy Gonzales.

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Culturally Sensitive From the Outset

Cultural validity is central to her research, states Nancy Gonzales.

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Take What Exists in the Culture

An intervention based on traditional storytelling is described by Philip A. Fisher.

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