research survey on parent-child relationships

I recently heard from Minkyeong Shin, a doctoral student at Indiana University Bloomington, who is currently conducting a study on Asian/Asian American parent-child relationships with her advisor. To accomplish this, they need some subjects to fill out an online survey. Read on for details:
Dear colleagues,

We are inviting you to participate in a research project to examine cultural experiences and parent-child relationships among Asian Americans. We hope that the findings from this project will help us identify how to strengthen Asian American parent-child relationships.

To qualify for this project, you need to be Asian/Asian American, between 18 - 25 years old, have lived in the United States for at least 5 years, and have both parents who are alive. Your participation involves responding to an online survey that will take approximately 20-30 minutes to complete. The survey includes questions about your cultural experiences and your parents. For example, you will be asked to indicate the extent you agree with statements such as "I think it is fine for an unmarried woman to have a child." To thank you for your participation, you will be given the opportunity to enter a draw for one of four $15 AMAZON GIFT CARDS after completing the survey.

To enter the survey, click on the following weblink:

This project has been approved by the Indiana University Human Subjects Committee. If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact the investigators of this project, Minkyeong Shin (minkshin@indiana.edu) or Joel Wong, Ph.D. (joelwong@indiana.edu).

Thank you for your consideration.


Minkyeong Shin, M.A.
Doctoral Student
Indiana University Bloomington

Joel Wong, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Indiana University Bloomington
This survey is open to Asian/Asian Americans between the ages of 18 and 25, and should take about 25-30 minutes to complete. If you can help Minyeong out, there could be a sweet little Amazon gift card in it for you. To take the survey, go here.

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