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    I fail to see a link between compulsory immunisation as a political topic, and product design.

    Most research students give their institution information, supervisors details, and a link to an anonymous survey...

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    Have you got ethics approval to complete this survey?

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    Same I don't see how design students are studying immunisation. I also would like to know where you are studying and the uni's privacy policy is.

    I am 37 weeks pregnant and happy to help legit surveys but you need to provide a bit more info :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meld85 View Post
    Same I don't see how design students are studying immunisation. I also would like to know where you are studying and the uni's privacy policy is.

    I am 37 weeks pregnant and happy to help legit surveys but you need to provide a bit more info :-)
    They're probably doing an advertisement to promote compulsory vaccination, I don't think this is an academic study, more a market research one.

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    Why are you not using an academic email if you are doing a university research assignment.

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    Chelsea if you would like members to answer your survey I would suggest you set up the survey on an external site that can be answered anonymously.

    I will close this thread now. Please PM me for it to be reopened if you wish to add a link to the survey.

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