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Social media and police perception survey

n/a - May 31st, 09:44

Participants are warmly invited for a 10 min online study on Social Media and Police Perception.
Here is the link to the study: https://aruspsych.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3IbyfNmikbcJCgl

More information below. Please spread the word! :)

Thank you,
Sarah

This online survey explores different types of communications that may affect the perception of Police forces. All answers will be anonymous. You will be presented with a police advert/public relations communication and asked some questions concerning your opinion of the police and the communication. The police communication will vary but may refer to crimes that you may find upsetting (e.g., sexual assault or anti-social behaviour). You will also be asked some demographic questions (e.g., age, gender).

Eligibility: anybody aged 18 and more.
Duration: approximately 10 min
Credits if you are a psychology student: 0.25 credits
Researcher: Dr Magdalena Zawisza & Dr Annelie Harvey

The study has received ethics approval by the Psychology Departmental Research Ethics Panel (DREP) and ratified by the Faculty Research Ethics Panel under the terms of Anglia Ruskin University’s Research Ethics Policy and the Code of Practice for Applying for Ethical Approval at Anglia Ruskin University.