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Recycling & Advertising Survey
Last Post 14/08/2015 16:26:01 by heatheradmin. 1 Replies.
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12/07/2015 15:35:49

    I'm almost at the end of my Masters degree at KCL so I really need your help to complete it please!

    Study Synopsis
    The aim of this study is to gather the opinions of recyclers and non-recyclers in order to simply understand their attitudes towards recycling household waste and examine the link between these attitudes and their processing of recycling print advertisements.

    Link to survey: http://bit.ly/1fp5dO5

    What should I to expect?
    You will be presented with a set of questions; some open-ended, some statements and others interactive which will require about 10 minutes of your time. The aim here is to gather your honest and unbiased thoughts and opinions, therefore there are no right or wrong answers. In addition, you are completely free to stop when you want and the data from your responses will be withdrawn.

    What will happen to the results of the study?
    Extensive measures have been taken to ensure that your participation is confidential and anonymous and no data will be stored that can be traced back to your identity. Also, the results of the study will be analysed and presented in aggregate form and conclusions relevant to the study will be drawn from them. Please note that the results will be used for the purposes of the study and will remain anonymous to comply with the UK Data Protection Act 1998.

    Who should I contact for further information?
    If you have any questions or require more information about this study, please contact me using the following contact details:
    Aishat Kareem (Aishat.Kareem@kcl.ac.uk)

    If this study has harmed you in any way or if you wish to make a complaint about the conduct of the study you can contact King's College London using the details below for further advice and information:
    Mrs. Evangelia Katsikea (Evangelia.Katsikea@kcl.ac.uk)

    Thank you so so much and please share with as many people as possible!
    Senior Member
    Senior Member

    14/08/2015 16:26:01
    Good luck with your studies.

    Hope you got enough responses.

    Kind regards,

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