I’m conducting a survey on cross cultural relationships on http://www.incku.com/survey/index.php?sid=48277 and would appreciate your help.
The background for this is posted on http://www.filination.com/blog/2008/12/12/exploring-culture-differences-cross-culture-relationships-questionnaire/ :
My main area of interest in recent years has been the topic of cross-cultural dynamics and interactions. I’m completely fascinated by cultural differences and similarities, and looking into what happens when people of different cultures get together.
I imagine there is no closer interaction than that of being in a relationship, and so exploring cross-cultural relationships of two people from two different cultures is probably one of the more unique and extreme instances of cross cultural situations. Those are often very close, relatively long lasting, quite emotional, mostly positive, where both sides are attracted to one another with a sense of commitment.
To get a better understanding of cross-cultural relationships, I’ve setup an open online questionnaire.
* If you are currently in a cross-cultural relationship of over 3 months please help by answering this questionnaire.
* If you know of any other people who might be interested in this survey, please forward the questionnaire link to them.
* If you have a blog or you’re an active participant in a forum, it would be highly appreciated if you write about the survey and ask people to participate. If you’ll let me know you did that, I’ll link back to you with a thank you note.
I will share key findings and results with those indicating in the survey that they’re interested and will also write about some of that in this blog. I promise to protect the complete privacy and anonymity of those participating.
The survey URL : http://www.incku.com/survey/index.php?sid=48277&lang=en
Thank you very much.
If you are doing this for school, please realize that your mark will be negatively affected if your survey is complex and hard (tedious) to complete.
Over-complicating surveys is a classic grad student mistake.
Enjoy your B-