Calls for Study Participants
- Asian American LGBT Community Members Needed for a Study. Dear Members of South Asian-American Women's Association:
We are seeking individuals who (1) identify as Asian American, (2) identify as lesbian, gay or bisexual, and (3) are at least 18 years of age to complete a confidential web-based survey that will ask you about the impact of discrimination on Asian American LGB persons.
The entire study should take approximately 30-40 minutes. The answers you provide will be kept completely confidential. You will not be asked to provide your name on the inventory.
We would greatly appreciate you taking part in the survey and contributing to our understanding of factors that contribute to the well-being of Asian American LGB.
AS A THANK YOU, PARTICIPANTS WHO COMPLETE THE SURVEY CAN ENTER INTO A LOTTERY DRAWING TO WIN ONE OF FOUR $25 GIFT CERTIFICATES OR ONE OF FOUR $50 GIFT CERTIFICATES.
For more information about the study, and to participate, please go to https://illinois.edu/sb/sec/4852751
Any questions can be addressed to Dr. Frances Shen (email: firstname.lastname@example.org), Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois Springfield.
This research has been reviewed and approved by the UIS Human Subjects Review Officer, Dr. Lynn Pardie. Dr. Pardie can be reached at 217-206-6614 to answer any questions about your rights as a volunteer participant in this study.
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- Are you a South Asian Immigrant Living in United States? You are requested to participate in this study because you are a member of the South Asian (Bangladesh, India, Pakistan) immigrant community in the U.S. and your E-mail address was obtained from my personal contact addresses. Any adult member of the South Asian immigrant community lives in the U.S. eligible to participate in this study.
I am from Bangladesh and a Ph.D. student in the College of Mass Communication and Media Arts at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. I am conducting a study on uses of social media among the South Asian diaspora in the U.S.
The linked survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. All your responses will be kept as confidential as possible. Only people directly involved with this project will have access to the surveys. You have a chance to enter a raffle draw for a $10 Amazon gift card, and 50 participants will be randomly selected.The survey can be found at:http://mypage.siu.edu/delwarif/diaspora/start.html ...... Completion and submission of this survey indicate voluntary consent to participate in this study.
Questions about this study can be directed to me, Delwar Hossain, SIUC, Carbondale, IL 62901-6601. Phone (618)-319-9185. (Online, )
- Participate needed for an Online study: South Asian American Mother-in-law/Daughter-in-law relationships, Cultural Values, and Help-seeking for Domestic Violence I am requesting your assistance in my South Asian American female relationships dissertation study: South Asian American Mother-in-law/Daughter-in-law relationships, Cultural Values, and Help-seeking for Domestic Violence. Please participants as there is a huge need for research among South Asian population to address their unique needs. No identifying information required, and your other information will be confidential. Participant criteria: South Asian American women, 18 or older, married or ever been married, has a mother-in-law or has ever had a relationship with her mother-in-law. Please Contact: Fatima Wasim, M.S., PhD Candidate, Educational Psychology, Specialization: Counseling Psychology, Oklahoma State University, Fatima.email@example.com, 678-313-2772. (, )
- South Asian To Houston: FEB 21, 2014 Join us for an engaged conversation with those who serve translational South Asian communities and those who write and the structures that perpetuate gender-based violence in all its forms. How it is represented and how it is being represented to? What are the concerns specific to communities in Houston?
Guest Speakers: Dr. Elora Chowdhury, Panel 1: Lakshmy Parameswaran and Vyoma Maimudar-Banker; Panel 2: Sucheta Choudhuri/Rekha Subramanian and Sehba Sarwar. February 21, 2014 9am-4pm (FREE); Lunch and Refreshments Provided. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org/713-743-3214. (Rockwell Pavilion, MD Anderson Library, )
Last updated 11 Feb 2014
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