research study on asian american experiences

Another one of these research studies... Nancy Cha, a doctoral student in counseling psychology at Columbia University, is looking for participants for a research study on Asian Americans' social attitudes and experiences in contemporary American society:
You are invited to participate in a study examining Asian Americans' social attitudes and experiences in contemporary American society. I am interested in the extent to which Asian Americans living in the United States perceive, and are impacted by racial-cultural factors in the U.S. as well as their reactions to these perceptions and experiences.

This study specifically seeks U.S. born Asian Americans who are 18 years or older. Your participation in this research is entirely voluntary. This investigation is an online survey in which you will be asked to respond to several short surveys, which should take approximately 15-20 minutes (total) to complete. A number of safeguards will be in place to protect your identity. No names will be associated with the data at any time and all data will be coded with a number to preserve anonymity. The results of the study will be presented in my final dissertation and may be presented in subsequent journal articles, however individual participants will never be identified.
Everyone who participates in the study will be automatically entered into a raffled for a $50 Amazon gift certificate or a $50 iTunes gift certifcate. To take part in the study (and help a grad student out with her research), go here: Asian American experiences in Contemporary America.

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