Survey: The Adaptation of African Descent Persons Living in Foreign Countries

Sheila Boyland requests that anyone fitting her description help her research by completing the survey she has designed.

My name is Shelia Boyland, and I am a graduate student in the Masters of International Diplomacy program at Norwich University in Vermont. The research collected in this survey will be used to examine the experiences and challenges faced by persons of African descent living in another country.  This survey is being posted and distributed with the permissions of Norwich University, my professor Dr. David Jones, website owners, organizations, and participating companies. Your feedback is invaluable and your responses will be anonymous.

The Adaptation of African Descent Persons Living in Foreign Countries
Survey Administrator & Researcher: Shelia Boyland
Opens July 1, 2016 – Closes July 20, 2016

The questions in this survey are intended to get a sense of the experiences of those of African descent, who have resettled in a foreign country at some point during their lives or have returned to their own country after living in a foreign country.  Participation in this survey is open to adults 18 years of age or older. This survey consists of seven questions and should take between 5 and 10 minutes.  Each question has a list of multiple choice options and an Other category for which a single short written response may be added. You have the option of selecting more than one response to questions 4 – 7. This is a confidential survey and the participants will remain anonymous.

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz, the Director of the Center for Intercultural Dialogue, manages this website.

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