Emily M. Ruehs publishes in SAGE Research Methods Cases

Emily M. Ruehs, PhD candidate, recently published the article, “Front Door, Backdoor, No Door? An Exploration of Formal and Informal Means for Recruiting Unaccompanied Immigrant Youth for Research,” in SAGE Research Methods Cases. The article explores research conducted on unaccompanied immigrant youth (young adults who migrate without parents) and the challenges in recruiting these youth through “front door” and “backdoor” gatekeepers.