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FEATURE13 January 2016

Gender identity

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Data collection needs to reflect people’s views on their own gender identity – which may not correspond with their biological sex, explains Dr Michelle Goddard.

The Market Research Society (MRS) issued its first Code of Conduct for the research industry in 1954. Since then, we have led the way, with high ethical standards that place the wellbeing of research participants and the integrity of ...