Hi, I am college student studying the prevalence in the use of physical discipline among Asian and White families, to see if there is a difference in the uses of it and possible reasons why it might be. It is centered on finding the differences between Asian and White families but parents of different ethnic background can participate and it can contribute to my findings. There are like 14 questions, so if you can, please volunteer to take the survey. Thank you.
The survey can be taken here: http://kwiksurveys.com/link-survey.php?survey_ID=LCDHKJ_3970647f
I didn't see a survey on that page, only the survey site itself and an opportunity to create an account and survey. Can I take it directly without creating an account...??
Mama since 2010
Multicultural living in Europe
Opps sorry about that, I thought I had double checked the link. Thanks for notifying me.
Hope this one works: http://kwiksurveys.com?s=LCDHKJ_3970647f
Edit: Yes, you should be able to take it without making an account, just make sure you click the "Finish Survey" button on the bottom. Thank you.
Interesting question. Though I think it would have been even more interesting if you also put it in relation to education, religion etc. because I feel the groups "asian" and "white" are so diverse that you need more categories in order to be able to make use of the data in research purposes.
Yes, those along with other concepts would have been helpful to specifically differentiate groups. But I'm actually using a general framework to see if there is a cultural difference in the use of physical discipline, mainly that of Western vs Eastern. And if acculturation has anything to do with the practice, but I actually realized acculturation could play a role only after many people took the survey so I didn't ask sufficient questions to that could have been more helpful. This is also my first time I devised a survey so it's bound to lack in many areas.