ben_sbyk
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Hi, I'm conducting some research looking into Men’s Perceptions of Male Victims of Female Rape and thought this is a good forum to approach.

If you have 10 mins and are willing to help a Good Cause then please do this anonymous online survey.

https://bathpsychology.eu.qualtrics....kr29EDKxrwZNkN
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Done, but to be honest the second part was super confusing to me. The scale points didn't make much sense to me in relation to some of the questions.
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Seems better to put the Samaritans and help groups details at the beginning of the survey. If someone gets upset by what's in the survey and doesn't want to complete it, they should still be able to see those details.
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Why switch the direction of the agree/disagree axis on the same page between two sets of questions?? That's just needlessly confusing!
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You should add an N/A column for us single pringles to use for questions involving having a partner.
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The pro-victim/anti-victim questions don't make sense so I have answered 4 for all of them.
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I'm sorry, but that is by a long way the worst research survey I have ever completed.

The premise of the scenario is absurd, the legal terminology is all wrong and the Likert scales make no sense.
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This was an odd survey. I selected female, yet it asked me all the questions from a male perspective. The scenarios themselves were strange, some completely lacking in clarity.

Maybe review the survey itself and repost for help with your research? @ben_sbyk
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I'm doing this survey now, and honestly the answers to the pro victim/anti victim are very confusing. It's not clear at all what the answers mean.

I gave up actually, it was too confusing.
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