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What is the biggest reason for you being on this forum?

looking for woman
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looking for friends
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looking for conversation
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looking for advice
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looking for people with the same interest
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Total Members Voted: 1

Voting closed: April 05, 2017, 08:18:58 AM

Author Topic: Looking for interview participants - online community research  (Read 192 times)

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Offline Roos

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Hey there!
We are doing an online social research for Utrecht University about online communities like yours. We are interested in the online culture you have created here and the friendships you have formed. Even though this forum was set up for sharing online dating experiences, we’ve noticed it has really turned into much more. We have seen that you discuss political debates and everyone here seems to feel free to share their personal (life) experiences. This development interests us and we’re curious how you guys see this forum and what role it plays in your daily life. This is also what our research will focus on.
If somebody is willing to help us we would like to do a short interview via a private chat, and all the things you share with us are confidential, of course.
Every reaction is helpful and very much appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
 :)