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7 J. Res. Gender Stud. 218 (2017)
Developing Actionable Research Priorities for LGBTI Inclusion

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            Journal of Research in Gender Studies 7(1), 2017
            pp. 218-247, ISSN 2164-0262, eISSN 2378-3524 doi: 1 0.22381/JRGS7120178

                        FOR   LGBTI INCLUSION

                                                       M. V. LEE  BADGETT
                                                    Department  of Economics,
                                  The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences,
                                      The University of Massachusetts Amherst;
                                                            Williams Institute,
                                       The University of California, Los Angeles
                                                        (corresponding author)
                                                           PHILIP  CREHAN
                                               Social Development Researcher,
                                                        Independent consultant

ABSTRACT. Heightened global concern about the human rights of lesbian,   gay,
bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) people has called attention to the lack
of adequate research on their lives and situations. With so little known in many parts
of the world, filling knowledge and data gaps would be difficult without setting
priorities. This paper uses the furthering of LGBTI inclusion as the criterion for
identifying and recommending key research priorities. Our method for identifying
potential priorities draws on a variety of sources, including a review of reports on
research needs, consultations with researchers and LGBTI activists from many coun-
tries, and the findings of the UNDP LGBTI Inclusion Index consultation process. We
find several key research priorities that stakeholders agree would advance inclusion,
including research on health, education, economics, and political participation, as
well as the development of a more robust research infrastructure.

Keywords:  lesbian; gay; bisexual; transgender; intersex; data; research infrastructure

How   to cite: Badgett, Lee M. V., and Philip Crehan (2017), Developing Actionable
Research  Priorities for LGBTI Inclusion, Journal of Research in Gender Studies 7(1):
Received 3 February 2017 * Received in revised form 8 May 2017
Accepted 9 May 2017 * Available online 25 May 2017


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