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Social Networking as a Recruitment Strategy for Mexican American Families in Community Health Research
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Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences Volume 8, Number 4,

Abstract

Reports use of social networking to recruit 64 Mexican-American children for an assessment of diet and exercise habits. Describes friendship, social, consanguineal, and coparenthood networks. Compares results of direct contact versus network contact. Discusses implications for recruiting ethnic groups for research. (LFL)

Citation

Hooks, P.C. (1986). Social Networking as a Recruitment Strategy for Mexican American Families in Community Health Research. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 8(4), 345. Retrieved September 22, 2020 from .

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