Coded Field Data

Before you dig into the table below, check out our project codebook. This two page document explains what words we used to analyze the interviews we conducted and what the words mean. That way you can filter all the content by what interest you!

The table below represents the contributions of hundreds of people, such that the citation we give below is inadequate. Thank you to the hundreds of residents nationwide who shared their ideas, feelings, and experiences with the research team in 2019.

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Are you new to using a filtered table? Simply click the button on the column heading to select what you want to see. Want to download this file? View all this content on our project repository through Open Science Framework: https://osf.io/wb56g/

This work is licensed under Creative Commons International Open Access and Use with Attribution guidance: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

For your convenience, you can copy this APA formatted citation:
Gustina, M., Decker, H., & Guinnee, E. (2020, May 13). Field Data. https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/69GFR

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