When critically reading an article, start with the abstract and detailed record (when available) to identify the methodologies used. Note: not all studies will use the exact same language or clues as each other or these examples.
Think you found an article that works? Great!
Remember to read the whole article to be certain!
Wesson, P., Vittinghoff, E., Turner, C., Arayasirikul, S., McFarland, W., & Wilson, E. (2021). Intercategorical and intracategorical experiences of discrimination and HIV prevalence among transgender women in San Francisco, CA: A quantitative intersectionality analysis. American Journal of Public Health, 111(3), 446–456. https://doi.org/10.2105/AJPH.2020.306055