B3807 - Sexuality and Family Dynamics - 10/06/2021

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Principal applicant name: 
Noam Angrist | Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford (UK)
Title of project: 
Sexuality and Family Dynamics
Proposal summary: 

Exploring the relationship between family structure (e.g. number of siblings, gender), and sexuality / beliefs towards sexuality.

Impact of research: 
Exploring dynamics of contact theory which can explain one of the most radical transformation of social norms ever observed, with potentially substantial implications for other related issues, such as racial integration/segregation, immigration policy around assimilation, etc.
Date proposal received: 
Saturday, 5 June, 2021
Date proposal approved: 
Monday, 7 June, 2021
Social Science, Behaviour - e.g. antisocial behaviour, risk behaviour, etc., Computer simulations/modelling/algorithms, Statistical methods, Birth outcomes, Cohort studies - attrition, bias, participant engagement, ethics, Methods - e.g. cross cohort analysis, data mining, mendelian randomisation, etc., Sex differences, Siblings, Social science, Twins