survey, methods, equity

Sex, gender, and sexual orientation: Some resources on collecting demographic data in a survey

March 20, 2019 | Pieta Blakely

A few weeks ago, I published a tip on asking about gender on a survey. The subject obviously requires a lot more than one tip. Below are several excellent resources on asking about gender or sexual orientation on a survey. A reminder: not asking at all might be the best approach.

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logic model

More useful guides and resources for building logic models

March 13, 2019 | Pieta Blakely

Last year, I published a post with a handful of resources on developing logic models. It's a new year, and I thought the subject was worth revisiting. This post includes more long-form guides and online courses that you can use to build understanding of logic models in your programs and ...

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presentation, dataviz, program evaluation

Presenting data for a Targeted Universalist approach

March 06, 2019 | Pieta Blakely

Targeted universalism is an approach that emphasizes reaching a population-level goal by ensuring that each of our sub-populations meets the goal. I’ve been thinking about the implications that Targeted Universalism has for how I present and look at data.

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