Vegans/Vegetarians Emotions - Survey

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SkyeS
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Vegans/Vegetarians Emotions - Survey

Post by SkyeS » Wed Aug 01, 2018 1:28 am

Hi, My name is Skye Szabo and I’m from the School of Psychology and Counselling, Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and I’m doing a psychology honours thesis on the individual differences in emotion factors of non-meat eaters (approval no. 1800000515).

I’m looking for individuals aged 17 years or older to complete a 30-minute online questionnaire. You also need to have not eaten meat (e.g. beef, pork, chicken) in the last 6 months.

If you are interested in participating, please view this link:

If you know someone else that would be interested in participating, please feel free to share this survey with him or her.

Thank you!

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brimstoneSalad
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Post by brimstoneSalad » Wed Aug 01, 2018 1:41 am

Hi SkyeS, we don't allow these kinds of posts from new members.

Please check out the forum rules: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=2115
2. Don't come here just to spam your survey/links etc. or to repost large amounts of generic content clearly not written for this community. If it's your first post and it's clear you're just here to get something, it will probably be considered spam. We may or may not be interested in helping you with your survey, or even buying your product/subscribing to your channel/reading your articles or blog (particularly if it's related to the forum subject matter). But please join in the discussion on the forum first and participate in the community.
Established members are welcome to post things like this, of course. Maybe you'd like to join in some conversation first?

I would also say, your motivations are not very clear here. Since you are yourself not a vegan, some may be concerned that you're doing this in attempt to publish something to slander vegans as overly emotional and irrational in your paper; it's very easy to construct a slanted survey or manipulate data to make it look like that (particularly in psychology), and there are plenty of people who are vehemently opposed to veganism who would be so inclined. It may not be easy to gain the Vegan community's trusts as an anonymous poster, and particularly without making the goal of the study (and your hypothesis/what you want the study to actually accomplish) clear.

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