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    1) What subject(s) are you reading at university? Medicine

    2) Where is your current (term-time) residence? Central London

    3) How would you describe your ethnicity? (e.g. White British, Asian British) White British

    4i) By which means do you use to keep up to date with current affairs?(Please state as many as appropriate)
    a)Broadcasted News (Television or Radio)
    b)Internet News Sites
    c)Newspapers
    d)Other, please specify

    4ii) If you checked ‘Newspapers’ please specify which you read on a regular basis: (please check as many boxes as appropriate)
    a)The Daily Mail
    b)The Daily Mirror
    c)The Daily Telegraph
    d)The Guardian
    e)The Independent
    f)The News of The World
    g)The Sun
    h)The Times
    i)Local Paper
    j)Other, please specify


    5) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough ethnic representation in the media? (1=too much representation, 5=not enough representation, 3= wholly representative)

    3

    6) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough being done to integrate new immigrants into the UK way of life? (1=too much being done, 5=not enough being done, 3=the right amount being done)

    3


    7) On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you rate the racial relations in the area you currently live? (1=extremely volatile, 5=peaceful)

    4

    8) To what extent do you believe discussions and debates on immigration in the UK to be: (please choose the view that is most similar to your own)
    a)Free and open discussions
    b)Mainly open discussions with a caution not to offend
    c)Fairly open discussions that avoid very contentious issues
    d)Partially restricted discussions
    e)Restricted discussions, debating only the least offensive issues
    f)Don’t know

    9) Which do you believe is the best way for debates on immigration to be conducted? (please chose the view that is most similar to your own)
    a)Free and open discussions
    b)Mainly open discussions with a caution not to offend
    c)Fairly open discussions that avoid contentious issues
    d)Partially restricted discussions
    e)Restricted discussions, debating only the least offensive issues
    f)Don’t know
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    1) What subject(s) are you reading at university? Law

    2) Where is your current (term-time) residence? London

    3) How would you describe your ethnicity? Caucasian

    4i) By which means do you use to keep up to date with current affairs?(Please state as many as appropriate)

    b)Internet News Sites
    c)Newspapers



    4ii) If you checked ‘Newspapers’ please specify which you read on a regular basis: (please check as many boxes as appropriate)


    h)The Times

    5) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough ethnic representation in the media? (1=too much representation, 5=not enough representation, 3= wholly representative) 2

    6) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough being done to integrate new immigrants into the UK way of life? (1=too much being done, 5=not enough being done, 3=the right amount being done) 4 BUT at the same time you can't make new immigrants integrate and a lot of them don't seem to make the effort.


    7) On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you rate the racial relations in the area you currently live? (1=extremely volatile, 5=peaceful) 3

    8) To what extent do you believe discussions and debates on immigration in the UK to be: (please choose the view that is most similar to your own)

    e)Restricted discussions, debating only the least offensive issues


    9) Which do you believe is the best way for debates on immigration to be conducted? (please chose the view that is most similar to your own)
    a)Free and open discussions

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    1) What subject(s) are you reading at university? English lit, creative writing and womens studies

    2) Where is your current (term-time) residence? Cartmel College on Lancaster Uni campus

    3) How would you describe your ethnicity? White British

    4i) By which means do you use to keep up to date with current affairs?(Please state as many as appropriate)
    a)Broadcasted News (Television or Radio)
    b)Internet News Sites
    c)Newspapers
    d)Other, please specify

    4ii) If you checked ‘Newspapers’ please specify which you read on a regular basis: (please check as many boxes as appropriate)
    a)The Daily Mail
    b)The Daily Mirror
    c)The Daily Telegraph
    d)The Guardian
    e)The Independent
    f)The News of The World
    g)The Sun
    h)The Times
    i)Local Paper
    j)Other, please specify


    5) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough ethnic representation in the media? 2


    6) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough being done to integrate new immigrants into the UK way of life? 3

    7) On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you rate the racial relations in the area you currently live? 5

    8) To what extent do you believe discussions and debates on immigration in the UK to be: (please choose the view that is most similar to your own)
    a)Free and open discussions
    b)Mainly open discussions with a caution not to offend
    c)Fairly open discussions that avoid very contentious issues
    d)Partially restricted discussions
    e)Restricted discussions, debating only the least offensive issues
    f)Don’t know

    9) Which do you believe is the best way for debates on immigration to be conducted? (please chose the view that is most similar to your own)
    a)Free and open discussions
    b)Mainly open discussions with a caution not to offend
    c)Fairly open discussions that avoid contentious issues
    d)Partially restricted discussions
    e)Restricted discussions, debating only the least offensive issues
    f)Don’t know
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    1) What subject(s) are you reading at university? (e.g., Geography)
    Spanish and International Development

    2) Where is your current (term-time) residence? (e.g., Edinburgh)
    Norwich

    3) How would you describe your ethnicity? (e.g. White British, Asian British)
    White British

    4i) By which means do you use to keep up to date with current affairs?(Please state as many as appropriate)

    b)Internet News Sites
    c)Newspapers


    4ii) If you checked ‘Newspapers’ please specify which you read on a regular basis: (please check as many boxes as appropriate)


    e)The Independent


    h)The Times



    5) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough ethnic representation in the media? (1=too much representation, 5=not enough representation, 3= wholly representative)2

    6) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough being done to integrate new immigrants into the UK way of life? (1=too much being done, 5=not enough being done, 3=the right amount being done)5


    7) On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you rate the racial relations in the area you currently live? (1=extremely volatile, 5=peaceful)5

    8) To what extent do you believe discussions and debates on immigration in the UK to be: (please choose the view that is most similar to your own)

    e)Restricted discussions, debating only the least offensive issues


    9) Which do you believe is the best way for debates on immigration to be conducted? (please chose the view that is most similar to your own)
    a)Free and open discussions
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    1) What subject(s) are you reading at university? (e.g., Geography) Geography BSc

    2) Where is your current (term-time) residence? (e.g., Edinburgh)Aberystwyth

    3) How would you describe your ethnicity? (e.g. White British, Asian British)White British

    4i) By which means do you use to keep up to date with current affairs?(Please state as many as appropriate)
    a)Broadcasted News (Television or Radio)
    b)Internet News Sites
    c)Newspapers
    d)Other, please specify

    4ii) If you checked ‘Newspapers’ please specify which you read on a regular basis: (please check as many boxes as appropriate)
    a)The Daily Mail
    b)The Daily Mirror
    c)The Daily Telegraph
    d)The Guardian
    e)The Independent
    f)The News of The World
    g)The Sun
    h)The Times
    i)Local Paper
    j)Other, please specify


    5) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough ethnic representation in the media? (1=too much representation, 5=not enough representation, 3= wholly representative) 4

    6) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough being done to integrate new immigrants into the UK way of life? (1=too much being done, 5=not enough being done, 3=the right amount being done) 4


    7) On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you rate the racial relations in the area you currently live? (1=extremely volatile, 5=peaceful) 5

    8) To what extent do you believe discussions and debates on immigration in the UK to be: (please choose the view that is most similar to your own)
    a)Free and open discussions
    b)Mainly open discussions with a caution not to offend
    c)Fairly open discussions that avoid very contentious issues
    d)Partially restricted discussions
    e)Restricted discussions, debating only the least offensive issues
    f)Don’t know

    9) Which do you believe is the best way for debates on immigration to be conducted? (please chose the view that is most similar to your own)
    a)Free and open discussions
    b)Mainly open discussions with a caution not to offend
    c)Fairly open discussions that avoid contentious issues
    d)Partially restricted discussions
    e)Restricted discussions, debating only the least offensive issues
    f)Don’t know
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    1) What subject(s) are you reading at university? (e.g., Geography)
    Law

    2) Where is your current (term-time) residence? (e.g., Edinburgh)
    Sheffield

    3) How would you describe your ethnicity? (e.g. White British, Asian British)
    White British

    4i) By which means do you use to keep up to date with current affairs?(Please state as many as appropriate)
    a)Broadcasted News (Television or Radio)
    b)Internet News Sites
    c)Newspapers

    d)Other, please specify

    4ii) If you checked ‘Newspapers’ please specify which you read on a regular basis: (please check as many boxes as appropriate)
    a)The Daily Mailb)The Daily Mirror
    c)The Daily Telegraph
    d)The Guardian
    e)The Independent
    f)The News of The World
    g)The Sun
    h)The Times
    i)Local Paper
    j)Other, please specify


    5) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough ethnic representation in the media? (1=too much representation, 5=not enough representation, 3= wholly representative)
    3

    6) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough being done to integrate new immigrants into the UK way of life? (1=too much being done, 5=not enough being done, 3=the right amount being done)
    5

    7) On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you rate the racial relations in the area you currently live? (1=extremely volatile, 5=peaceful)
    4

    8) To what extent do you believe discussions and debates on immigration in the UK to be: (please choose the view that is most similar to your own)
    a)Free and open discussions
    b)Mainly open discussions with a caution not to offend
    c)Fairly open discussions that avoid very contentious issues
    d)Partially restricted discussions
    e)Restricted discussions, debating only the least offensive issues
    f)Don’t know

    9) Which do you believe is the best way for debates on immigration to be conducted? (please chose the view that is most similar to your own)
    a)Free and open discussions
    b)Mainly open discussions with a caution not to offend
    c)Fairly open discussions that avoid contentious issues
    d)Partially restricted discussions
    e)Restricted discussions, debating only the least offensive issues
    f)Don’t know
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    1) What subject(s) are you reading at university? Computer Science

    2) Where is your current (term-time) residence? Manchester

    3) How would you describe your ethnicity? White British

    4i) By which means do you use to keep up to date with current affairs?(Please state as many as appropriate)
    a)Broadcasted News (Television or Radio)
    b)Internet News Sites
    c)Newspapers
    d)Other, please specify

    4ii) If you checked ‘Newspapers’ please specify which you read on a regular basis: (please check as many boxes as appropriate)
    a)The Daily Mail
    b)The Daily Mirror
    c)The Daily Telegraph
    d)The Guardian
    e)The Independent
    f)The News of The World
    g)The Sun
    h)The Times
    i)Local Paper
    j)Other, please specify


    5) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough ethnic representation in the media? 3

    6) On a scale of 1 to 5, do you believe there is enough being done to integrate new immigrants into the UK way of life? 4


    7) On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you rate the racial relations in the area you currently live? 3

    8) To what extent do you believe discussions and debates on immigration in the UK to be: (please choose the view that is most similar to your own)
    a)Free and open discussions
    b)Mainly open discussions with a caution not to offend
    c)Fairly open discussions that avoid very contentious issues
    d)Partially restricted discussions
    e)Restricted discussions, debating only the least offensive issues
    f)Don’t know

    9) Which do you believe is the best way for debates on immigration to be conducted? (please chose the view that is most similar to your own)
    a)Free and open discussions
    b)Mainly open discussions with a caution not to offend
    c)Fairly open discussions that avoid contentious issues
    d)Partially restricted discussions
    e)Restricted discussions, debating only the least offensive issues
    f)Don’t know
 
 
 
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