Bloomquist, K., & Sprankle, E. (2019). Sex worker affirmative therapy: Conceptualization and case study. Sexual and Relationship Therapy, doi: 10.1080/14681994.2019.1620930
Joining the Research Team
The Sexual Health Research Team at Minnesota State University, Mankato has a history of exploring various topics within human sexuality, including sex work stigma, the effects of sexually explicit media, older adult sexuality, secular sexuality, and the intersections of genital piercings and sexual health. Currently, Dr. Sprankle am assisting the Sex Workers Outreach Project of Minneapolis (SWOP-Mpls) in conducting a needs assessment for workers in Minneapolis strip clubs to improve labor conditions.
Prospective Graduate Students
Dr. Sprankle accepts graduate students onto his team who have been accepted into the clinical psychology master's program at Minnesota State. The master's program is designed to increase research skills and experiences to prepare students to apply to doctoral programs in clinical psychology or related fields. More information about the program's requirements and application process can be found here.
Prospective Undergraduate Students
Dr. Sprankle accepts undergraduate students onto his research team throughout the academic year based on need for assistance. Undergrad research assistant duties can include conducting literature reviews, assisting a graduate student with their thesis, and conducting your own study under the supervision of a grad student. Assignments are allocated based on need of the research team and level of training of the student. Students who are interested can complete this form and email it to Dr. Sprankle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Satanists' Experiences of Stigma
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