about - Nat Krancus

About Me

As a social scientist trained in anthropology and currently working in the area of human-subjects protection, I am committed to innovative and ethical research that is as beneficial to local and international communities as it is relevant to the academic dialogue. I have worked at all stages of both quantitative and qualitative research studies, including instrument design and testing, preparation of IRB materials for research with human subjects, subject recruitment, data collection, data management, and analysis. These skills, combined with my experiences working with at-risk and underprivileged youth, make me ideally suited for planning, conducting, and interpreting complex research among culturally diverse and underserved populations. Areas of interest and specialization: interdisciplinary research, mixed-methods research, linguistic anthropology,religion and political economy, longitudinal research, Latin America, prevention science, video analysis, semiotics, anthropology of Christianity, modernity.

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