Triangulation refers to:

1. A process in which two (2) people who are in Conflict involve a third person in Order to reduce the tension in the relationship between the original two (2) pe ople.

2. The use of multiple data collect methods to compare findings across sources and to find consistent patterns.
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Triangulation is a term in the study of Human Sexuality that refers to the network of triangles that often occurs among three (3) people, example mother-father-child.
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Triangulation refers to a measurement method used to locate items of evidence within the crime scene.