Maryann Ford, A Qualitative Look at Teen Sexting





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Published on May 7, 2012

UMass Lowell environmental health undergraduate Maryann Ford took part in the multidisciplinary research that looked at building a framework for teen sexting. UMass Lowell is at the forefront of research on this current issue. In a team led by Dr. Andy Harris and Dr. Judy Davidson, a research group has spent the year examining this issue. Components of the research included background information, data coding, and interpretation of results. Researchers also conducted focus groups for local educators to add to the existing data. Maryann Ford along with Lindsay Tucker (both Emerging Scholars in the Center for Women and Work) have spent the year as part of this team, and have learned much from the data and the process itself. The poster presented at the 2012 Student Symposium details the learning experience and significance of the research.
See also: http://www.uml.edu/research

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