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SumGayGuy

 

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Hi Folks;
I have decided to go back to school to finish my Master’s Degree. I am currently working on my Thesis and I have created a Survey with SurveyMonkey. I would greatly appreciate it if you all would take 15-25 minutes (depending on your answers) to complete my survey. There are a total of 20 questions in this survey but the survey will skip some questions depending on your responses and most are open ended questions. This is purely academic and it is totally anonymous. I would appreciate your thoughtful responses. At the end of the survey I offer a spot (totally optional) for you to enter your email address if you would like a copy of the final survey results (Sometime around January 2012). This will not be used for spam I have no intention of spamming anyone.
 
I am working on the topic of Gay Rights in the Workplace.
 
The first 4 questions on the survey are qualifying questions, if you do not meet these criteria the survey will end, those 4 things are:
 
1) That you are 18 years or older
2) That you have work experience
3) That you identify as LGBT
4) That you reside in the USA
 
Please take the time to give thoughtful, precise and honest answers. Again, this is purely academic and anonymous.
 
I would greatly appreciate it if you would also share this survey with your LGBT friends who might not be on this board, the more responses I get the better my results & Thesis will be.
 
This is very important to me and I sincerely thank each and every one of you who participates in this survey.
 
PLEASE make sure to read the whole first page.
 
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ilpthesis
 
Thank you;
SumGayGuy

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If you're focusing on gay rights in the workplace, I'd post in the areas for gay discussions; being Trans is a completely separate thing. Some Trans folks are indeed gay, but you'll probably find them in the gay sections of this board as well as here.

If you're focusing on LGBT rights in the workplace, I'd clarify that, because that's a very different and much broader sample and will make for a very different thesis than if you're focusing on gay rights.


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