Outdoor activity survey
Published: 01 September 2011
A team at Queen's University Management School in Belfast want your help! They are conducting a study that looks at the kind of outdoor activities people do or do not take part in. They are asking members of associations, like the Amateur Entomologists' Society, to take part in this study to explore what people do, why they participate and general behaviours. This research study is funded by the British Academy, and all participant information is kept confidential. You only need to leave an email address if you want to be considered for one of the 30 prizes available.
Understanding the kind of outdoor activities people take part in and how this relates to lifestyle choices is an important part of promoting such activities and the associated positive impacts.
The survey takes approximately 10 minutes and when you participate you could win one of 30 prizes. Prizes on offer include membership of the National Trust, a compass, a wind-up torch or the adoption of a tiger!
They hope to get a good representation from people who enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities. If you would like to take part please click on the link and follow the instructions on screen: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/outdooractivities_queens
The survey is open until 31st October 2011.
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