Attitudes, Beliefs, and Online Behaviour Interpretation
*Online survey participants needed for forensic research*
Researchers at Swansea University, in collaboration with the Welsh Government, are conducting research on factors that contribute to differences in individuals’ interpretations of, attitudes towards, and outcome beliefs surrounding various digital and online interactions. This is the second stage of larger-scale research seeking to develop a novel proactive educational intervention that can be integrated into current policies to prevent sexual harassment.
Some questions are of a sensitive nature and it may not be immediately clear why we are asking them. However, it is important for our research that you answer them fully and honestly. We will then tell you a bit more about why we asked you them at the end of the questionnaire.
All participants will remain anonymous. Ethical approval has been given.
Clicking on the link will present you first with an information sheet, followed by a request for consent. Only once consent is submitted will the survey commence.
Participants: Aged 18+ only
Time required: approx. 30 minutes
Place: on your PC or mobile device
If you would like to take part, please follow the link
Or, for further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org