Research Survey of LGBTQ/SSA Mormons or Ex-Mormons and Mormon Parents of LGBTQ/SSA Individuals
July 19, 2013
Are you over 18, live in the U.S., and either…
- a Mormon or ex-Mormon PARENT of an LGBTQ person? or…
- an LGBTQ or same-sex-attracted PERSON from a Mormon background or actively LDS?
If you would like a chance to WIN ONE OF FOUR $50.00 Amazon.com gift certificates, please take this anonymous online survey. You will contribute valuable knowledge to social scientific research on family, sexuality, and the Mormon religion.
The survey should take you about 20 minutes to complete. Just go to the following web address to get started:
If you have any friends or acquaintances that qualify, please forward this to them. Also, please help by re-posting on any Facebook pages/groups, listservs, or other locations that might be relevant!
(The above study is a research project through Penn State University. Your participation in this study is completely voluntary and you may cease involvement at any time. No personal identifying information will be requested and therefore will not appear in any publications or presentations of the research. Your e-mail will be requested solely to enter you into the Amazon.com gift card raffle. The study has been approved by the Penn State Institutional Review Board (#41969, tel. # 814-865-1775). If you have questions or comments, you may contact Dr. Lauren Joseph at [email protected], at [email protected], or Dr. Charlie Law at [email protected]).
Thank so much for participating!
Dr. Lauren J. Joseph & Dr. Charlie Law
Pennsylvania State University, Schuylkill
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