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SOURCE 2020: Microaggressions and Violence at CCGA

Symposium on Undergraduate Research and Collaborative Exploration

Microaggressions and Violence at CCGA

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Presentation Details

Title: Microaggressions and Violence at CCGA

Presenter: Megan (Lee) Rist

Faculty Support: Mary McGinnis, Ph.D.

Abstract: A group of undergraduate students conducted a survey to research the prevalence of violence and microaggressions on CCGA. The purpose of our research is to discover whether certain groups (Racial Minorities, LGBTQ+, Disabled, Domestic Violence Victims) experience more violence and microaggressions when compared to people who are not part of these groups. For this research, we created a 43-question survey with 13 demographic questions on the survey creator Qualtrics. The survey had 51 responses and the results are discussed in the presentation.