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Active Research Assistants

Research assistants conduct field work: recruiting participants, conducting interviews and working with the data. In addition to acquiring valuable data from research participants, some research assistants help with transcription, statistical analysis, audio analysis and development of publicity and outreach materials for the project.

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Cantonese (and Mandarin)

Elyse Wong 
Elyse dot Wong at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Arthur Kao 
efngpons dot Kao at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Chengbin Zhou 
Chengbin dot Zhou at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Siyi Fan 
Siyi dot Fan at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Ian Quan 
Ian dot Quan at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Douglas Quan 
Douglas dot Quan at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Justin Leung 
Justinr dot Leung at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Faetar

Gray Warriner
g dot warriner at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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James Torangeau
j dot torangeau at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Hungarian

 

Italian

 

Korean

 

Polish

 

Portuguese

 

Russian

 

Tagalog

Maria Ramizo 
mariaadrianne dot ramizo at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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Pocholo Umbal [Faculty collaborator] 
p dot umbal at utoronto dot ca
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Ukrainian

 

Editing, web design, analysis, PR, etc.


Hilary dot Walton at mail dot utoronto dot ca
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