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Monday, 19 September 2011

Communicating through crisis: a University of Canterbury earthquake study

The University of Canterbury is conducting a survey COMMUNICATING THROUGH CRISIS: CHRISTCHURCH EARTHQUAKE STUDY.

The survey is aimed at people 18+ and:
Anyone who has resided in the Canterbury region at any time during the period of September 2010 to September 2011, and is aged over 18, is invited to participate in this research project by completing the following survey. The aim of this project is to learn about the usefulness and availability of different types of communication by asking about the media usage and communication methods of Cantabrians over the last year. This survey should take between 15 and 25 minutes, and all data collected will remain anonymous.
You can find out more about the survey, and take part, by going here.

If you were in  an area where the power, phone, water, or sewerage went off this is a good study to take part in. At the very end there is an bit of an opportunity for comments. I spent around 20 minutes doing the survey last night and found it time well spent.

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