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    Default *Updated* SURROGACY RESEARCH - Help needed from mothers and surrogates.

    **Updated: I have simplified the advertisement and clarified some of the criteria.**

    Hi,

    My name is Alice and I am completing a PhD in Sociology at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. I am looking for intended mothers and surrogates willing to be interviewed about their experience of surrogacy arrangements.

    I am seeking to investigate how intended mothers and surrogates establish, negotiate, and maintain relationships over time. Therefore, you may be currently taking part in a surrogacy arrangement or you may have completed one at any time in the past.

    I am hoping to speak to intended mothers based in Australia or New Zealand. Please note that this includes women who already have children through surrogacy.

    Surrogates that have assisted an intended mother from either of these two countries may reside anywhere in the world.


    I would really appreciate your help in completing my research. If you are interested or would like more details, please contact me via email: aliceaickin@swin.edu.au

    Kind regards,
    Alice
    Last edited by aliceaickin; 08-08-2014 at 14:01. Reason: Update and Clarification.

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    Hi Alice

    Just wondering how you are going?

    Hope you get some people to help you with your research


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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    Hi Alice

    Just wondering how you are going?

    Hope you get some people to help you with your research


    Thanks I have received a few emails but it is still early days so hopefully I will get some more responses over the next few weeks.

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    I notice in your update you are also interested in women who have already been through the surrogacy process ... hopefully you will find a few



 

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