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This chapter provides an overview of the complexity of intersectionality, including its research typologies, guiding research questions, and principles. We review the current state of intersectionality research by analyzing qualitative and quantitative intersectionality-informed research, focusing specifically on data collection, measurement, analysis, and interpretation. We provide in-depth case studies in the areas of education and HIV research that integrate intersectionality into mixed methods research projects. We end with a discussion of issues that arise in intersectionality mixed methods research and directions for the future.
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