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    Hello everyone,

    If you or anyone you know have a long term condition or disability and living in the UK, please help in filling or sharing this survey:

    https://bedshealthsciences.eu.qualtr...pje8aRuFzUZEC9

    The survey looks at cyberstalking/cyberharassment experiences.

    You will get a free e-book in return, and I'm happy to do your surveys too.

    Thanks
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    Hello everyone,

    If you or anyone you know have a long term condition or disability and living in the UK, please help in filling or sharing this survey:

    https://bedshealthsciences.eu.qualtr...pje8aRuFzUZEC9

    The survey looks at cyberstalking/cyberharassment experiences.

    You will get a free e-book in return, and I'm happy to do your surveys too.

    Thanks
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    HiCompleted your survey. If you're a girl, would greatly appreciate if you could help complete my survey which is to measure the influence of fashion bloggers on females.https://durhambs.az1.qualtrics.com/S...CgEvSuaOK3PyeN Thanks and good luck
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Done
    Thank you so much



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    HiCompleted your survey. If you're a girl, would greatly appreciate if you could help complete my survey which is to measure the influence of fashion bloggers on females.https://durhambs.az1.qualtrics.com/S...CgEvSuaOK3PyeN Thanks and good luck
    Done Sounds interesting, good luck!
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    (Original post by Irnina)
    Thank you so much





    Done Sounds interesting, good luck!
    Thank you very much
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    (Original post by Naina315)
    Thank you very much
    You're welcome is your survey strict to the UK?
    I know someone abroad (H&M fan) who might be interested in completing it.
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    (Original post by Irnina)
    You're welcome is your survey strict to the UK?
    I know someone abroad (H&M fan) who might be interested in completing it.
    Thank you

    Does your friend study in the U.K and is currently abroad?

    Actually, to be honest, I've put up links on this forum but it seems that people in other parts of the world are also filling it up. Not sure if they're from the U.K and away on vacation :P
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    (Original post by Naina315)
    Thank you

    Does your friend study in the U.K and is currently abroad?

    Actually, to be honest, I've put up links on this forum but it seems that people in other parts of the world are also filling it up. Not sure if they're from the U.K and away on vacation :P
    Umm no actually she lives abroad and visits the UK occasionally.


    Yes it happens that people reach the survey from around the world ^_^!
    To overcome this you could either put the eligibility criteria at the very beginning of your survey so that people who are not eligible (e.g if outside the UK) won't be able continue OR have a question on country of residence as part of your demographics section, this will help you in analysis to add a filter to exclude responses from outside the UK.
    On another note, I think the context (country) can be a potential confounding factor in your study. Because cultural factors and ethnicity might have an influence on perceptions, in addition to the availability of the brand (H&M) in some countries compared to others.

    For an MSc dissertation this should be fine, and any challenge or missing point can always be discussed in the discussion/limitations/reflections section in your final thesis.
    I'm sorry, this is just from a methodological point of view, you are an expert in this more than me
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    (Original post by Irnina)
    Umm no actually she lives abroad and visits the UK occasionally.


    Yes it happens that people reach the survey from around the world ^_^!
    To overcome this you could either put the eligibility criteria at the very beginning of your survey so that people who are not eligible (e.g if outside the UK) won't be able continue OR have a question on country of residence as part of your demographics section, this will help you in analysis to add a filter to exclude responses from outside the UK.
    On another note, I think the context (country) can be a potential confounding factor in your study. Because cultural factors and ethnicity might have an influence on perceptions, in addition to the availability of the brand (H&M) in some countries compared to others.

    For an MSc dissertation this should be fine, and any challenge or missing point can always be discussed in the discussion/limitations/reflections section in your final thesis.
    I'm sorry, this is just from a methodological point of view, you are an expert in this more than me
    No. This is very helpful. You're right that it can be part of the limitations.
    Had not put the country options in as it was not part of the original study.

    Thanks for your points. It really helped quite a lot. Thank you
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    (Original post by Naina315)
    No. This is very helpful. You're right that it can be part of the limitations.
    Had not put the country options in as it was not part of the original study.

    Thanks for your points. It really helped quite a lot. Thank you
    You're welcome, and all the best
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    (Original post by Irnina)
    You're welcome, and all the best
    Thank you. Good luck with your study
 
 
 
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