|Feminist Research Methods Class|
|Feminist Research Methods Presentations Spring 2011|
Seniors from the Women's Studies Department at Loyola Marymount University conducted numerous interviews and compiled this video about the changing roles of women.
|Lahaina Araneta presents her research|
|Left to Right: Robert Otechi, Stella Oh, Diamond McNeil, Mary Gower, Lahaina Araneta, Jenny Netto, Katie Ortiz, and Alisha Massengale|
Seniors Cathy Dang, Chanté Parsons, Jalene Ressegue, and Danny Williams chose experiences and perceptions of rape and sexual harassment on the LMU campus for their project. They carried out a large-scale survey of a stratified sample of students, and then tabulated their results with the aid of a computer database. Finally, they made several recommendations. They sent a copy of their project to the Dean of Students, who's interested in using their results in summer planning.
At a well-attended luncheon forum, Stacy Trujeque presented her work on "Sex Education for Young Adults," Ariana Alvarado spoke on "Latinas in Higher Education," and Elhum Yaghoobian researched "Stay at Home Moms."
Members of the Senior Seminar in 2006, Jen Crutchfield, Katy Drazba, and Christine Morrison, were charged with creating a feminism for their generation. After some discussion they decided to create a web page with pictures, essays on feminist topics, jokes, quotations, and links to networking sites. This they called "Feminist Quandaries."