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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    This 'Kyle' user is a troll, he sent me a message asking if I was 'horny', when I put a sarcastic comment on his thread.
    He did the same with me.

    (Original post by john2054)
    this comment isn't relevant i'm afraid. Any project of this nature should take in to consideration the thoughts and impressions of the fathers as well as the women being studied, and for that reason it is VERY important that men are researched. By neglecting this fact, you are not just building bias in to the nature of the research, but also doing yourself a disservice. Men seem to be losing a voice here!?!
    Oh for God's sake it's not that deep. If you don't like it then get off the thread maybe?
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    (Original post by Qwe986)
    This isn't sexist research, 1) because it's important to research sex-specific topics and 2) because you cannot be sexist to men as we typically have more power in society.
    i've never heard such a lot of troll!?

    Of course women can be sexist to men, and commonly are. It works both ways. It's like saying an ethnically diverse person can't be racist. Excuse me, but they can!
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    Done,one slight adjustment you could consider is asking the reasoning for a father not being present,mine died whereas if my parents relationship had broken down that would be a different potential perceived psychological effect on a person.
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    hey, i have done it too
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    (Original post by Qwe986)
    This isn't sexist research, 1) because it's important to research sex-specific topics and 2) because you cannot be sexist to men as we typically have more power in society.
    1) yes.
    2) wat
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    Done!
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    Done
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    hey, i have done it too
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    He did the same with me.
    He scared me lol.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Done,one slight adjustment you could consider is asking the reasoning for a father not being present,mine died whereas if my parents relationship had broken down that would be a different potential perceived psychological effect on a person.

    Hello, thank you for this response I appreciate it!

    I am very sorry to hear what happened and hope you are doing OK.

    Unfortunately, I can no longer change the questionnaire, but you have raised a good point. I have come across these issues before and although it may seem I am taking a "step back", with the data I will receive from just this questionnaire I will have too much to write in just 6,00 words and the report may become too complicated with many findings in just one study.



    If there is anything else, please don't hesitate to contact me once again.[img]file:///C:/Users/Katri/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image002.png[/img]
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    (Original post by Katrinamaria)
    Hello, thank you for this response I appreciate it!

    I am very sorry to hear what happened and hope you are doing OK.

    Unfortunately, I can no longer change the questionnaire, but you have raised a good point. I have come across these issues before and although it may seem I am taking a "step back", with the data I will receive from just this questionnaire I will have too much to write in just 6,00 words and the report may become too complicated with many findings in just one study.



    If there is anything else, please don't hesitate to contact me once again.[img]file:///C:/Users/Katri/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image002.png[/img]
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    It's okay, it was nearly 12 years ago now. It's understandable that you don't want to complicate the data too much and I guess (although this is pretty rough stats) only about 3% of people in the uk lose a parent as kids anyway so I suppose it's much more likely people grow up without a dad due to other reasons.
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    Very interesting study, Katrina, was fun completing it! Hope you find a few minutes to participate in my PRP survey on food addiction and emotions, too:

    https://derby.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_ctBPY1G4WQ7kBO5

    Good luck with your project
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    Very interesting study, Katrina, was fun completing it! Hope you find a few minutes to participate in my PRP survey on food addiction and emotions, too:

    https://derby.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_ctBPY1G4WQ7kBO5

    Good luck with your project
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    Thank you , I have also completed yours
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    Thanks Katarina, that´s golden
 
 
 
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