Approximately 17% of Child SexualAssault (CSA) disclosures result in a criminal conviction. This is an ALARMING statistic.
Our 4th year Psychology student research team needs your help to ascertain how juror’s perceptions influence conviction rates in CSA trials(Ethics approval: 2013-168).
We areseeking Australian citizens aged 18+ to complete the survey. If you meet thiscriteria, please follow the link below.
Thesurvey only takes about 20 minutes, please read through the plain languagestatement so you can give informed consent. You may withdraw from the study atany time simply by exiting the survey window, with no disadvantage to you.
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07-08-2015 13:18 #1Junior Member
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Survey: Juror perceptions of child sexual assault
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