Economic Resources, Perceived Impact of Pregnancy, and Pregnancy Intentions

Faculty Name:
Claudia Geist


Faculty College:
Social & Behavioral Science


Project Description:

I examine the reported impact of a hypothetical pregnancy among women who seek to avoid pregnancy.

Opportunity Type:

Volunteer; Prepare a UROP proposal; Write an Honors Thesis; Earn independent study credit

Student Role:

reading through open-ended responses (already transcribed) and help Dr. Geist understand patterns and themes. Emerging themes will be linked to to respondent characteristics.

Student Benefits:

qualitative analyses, quantitative analyses, research relevant to gender studies, sociology, public health

Project Duration:

Ongoing project, number of hours negotiable dependent on status (volunteer, independent study, senior thesis, honors thesis)

Minimum Requirements:

at least one sociology or gender studies course, interest in reproductive health