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Hi everyone!

I am in my final year student trying to get participants for my dissertation study: Assessing Attitudes to Rape.

If you could spare some time and take part, please email me for the link! It is greatly appreciated. Email me [email protected]

To take part, you must be 18 years or older and not have any experience with sexual violence.

You can enter into a drawing for one of four amazon vouches worth 50 pounds as well if you complete the study.

Thank you so much!
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The link doesn’t seem to be working for me (not sure if it’s me or the link)
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(Original post by Bethparkerr)
The link doesn’t seem to be working for me (not sure if it’s me or the link)
Thank you for letting me know! I cannot seem to make it work, can you email me so I can share it that way with you? It appears to be working everywhere except in here. Thank you so much!
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