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An adolescent girl from Ethiopia. Photo: David Walker/Overseas Development Institute

GAGE research design, sample and methodology

16.12.18 | Bodily integrity and freedom from violence | Global

Authors

Nicola Jones, Sarah Baird and Letisha Lunin

This methods brief provides an overview of i) the study’s rationale, ii) the conceptual framework and core research questions that GAGE is addressing, iii) the mixed-methods research methodology that GAGE is employing to address these questions, and iv) the research sample that enables us to explore these questions in diverse contexts within and across low- and middle-income countries, including those that are conflict-affected.

Suggested citation

Jones, N., Baird, S. and Lunin, L. (2018) GAGE research design, sample and methodology. London: Gender and Adolescence: Global Evidence.


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