In the Fabric of Our Methods: Examining the Role of Racist and Sexist Stereotypes in Survey Research
Dr. Sara McClelland is Associate Professor in the Departments of Psychology and Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Michigan. She is a feminist psychologist who studies stigma and discrimination, with a focus on issues of reproductive justice and critical sexuality studies. Her research focuses on developing social science methods and designs with the potential to impact medicine, education, and public policy. This has included: studying the role of racism in assessing abortion attitudes, the effects of abstinence-only-until-marriage sex education on young adults, and gaps in clinical care for women diagnosed with cancer. More details about her research and publications can be found at ProgressLab.info.
- McClelland, S. (2016). Speaking Back from the Margins: Participant Marginalia in Survey and Interview Research. Qualitative Psychology, 3(2), 159–165.
McClelland, Sara, "In the Fabric of Our Methods: Examining the Role of Racist and Sexist Stereotypes in Survey Research" (2022). 2022 IRDL Scholar’s Speaker Series. 3.