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CRJ and Sociology students conducting research in the local community

10.11.2016 | By: Texas Wesleyan University

As part of their Research Methods for Social Scientists, upper division course, Criminal Justice and Sociology students will be conducting research in the local community. Our goal is to investigate the effects of gentrification and its impact on the local residents. We will be conducting interviews of local residents.

If you live in the area please consider contacting us to be interviewed. While we cannot offer any monetary incentive, we will provide pizza if you would like to come meet with the students from 4:30-6:30 p.m. on Oct. 17 in the Fellowship Hall, PUMC.

If you cannot make this date but would still like to help us and be interviewed please contact Dr. Alison Simons, or call on (817) 531-4908.

We (especially your fellow students) would greatly appreciate the help.

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