MRS Guidance Note on Collecting Data on Sex and Gender

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MRS has produced this  Guidance Note  to help practitioners act legally and  ethically  when  collecting data and  asking research participants ’ questions on biological sex, gender and  gender identity . A ll research participants need to feel equally valued and satisfied that their  personal prefer ences  are  being respected in terms of how  they  wish to describe and categorise  themselves . Researchers can use th is  guidance  to  assess whether they  are complying  with the  Code in collecting demographic information on these areas.  Th is  should be used  in  c onjunction with the MRS Code of Conduct and Guidelines.

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