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More gender diversity needed in survey questions: study

Most people have taken a survey or completed a questionnaire in the past that has asked the question: "Are you male or female?" A joint study from Grand Valley State University and Stanford University suggests that this traditional survey question does not mirror gender diversity in the world today.
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(Grand Valley State University) A joint study from Grand Valley State University and Stanford University suggests that traditional survey questions does not mirror gender diversity in the world today. The study proposes alternative ...

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