Wolves in Scotland Dissertation Survey

Gilesdiss

New Member
Are you from Scotland and enjoy spending time in the countryside? Then you could help me with my dissertation by filling out this survey!
The survey is completely anonymous and should only take a few minutes of your time. The aim of the study is to find out Scottish people’s attitudes towards wolves and any groups of people that may conflict with wolves if they were released into the Scottish countryside.
The study is purely hypothetical and is not related to any real wolf reintroduction project but aims to investigate this relatively new area of discussion. I am myself not for or against the reintroduction of wolves to Scotland, this is just an area of interest with relatively little recent research.
Thank you for any replies.

https://forms.office.com/Pages/Resp...gciG031JUNkw3R1JXRUZZSEM2QzMzNEJOVVZOWkRZVi4u
 

Pilgrimmick

Member
Location
Argyll
Not a great survey, questions repeated and no real information sought . Asking farmers if they are happy for wolves to take stock, not the most original questions.
 

Gilesdiss

New Member
Not a great survey, questions repeated and no real information sought . Asking farmers if they are happy for wolves to take stock, not the most original questions.

Hi, The reason the questions repeat is the first time they are asked without any knowledge of your relationship to the countryside whereas later when you are asked again it's after you've been sorted into a group that allows deeper analysis. It's been checked several times by a senior supervisor and will yield all the information I need to complete the study. Thanks you for your feedback.
 

DrDunc

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
Dunsyre
Hi, The reason the questions repeat is the first time they are asked without any knowledge of your relationship to the countryside whereas later when you are asked again it's after you've been sorted into a group that allows deeper analysis. It's been checked several times by a senior supervisor and will yield all the information I need to complete the study. Thanks you for your feedback.
Print out the link below, read it, and give a copy to the "senior supervisor". If they still think your survey is going to give you valid data, change supervisor.

Leeds university questionnaire design guidance click here.
 

Dry Rot

Member
Livestock Farmer
Hi, The reason the questions repeat is the first time they are asked without any knowledge of your relationship to the countryside whereas later when you are asked again it's after you've been sorted into a group that allows deeper analysis. It's been checked several times by a senior supervisor and will yield all the information I need to complete the study. Thanks you for your feedback.

I'm sorry, but I do not accept your explanation why questions 9 and 10 are identical! That is nonsense.
 

Fossil

Member
Neither does failing to know the difference between insure and ensure. I wasn’t sure whether wolves should be stopped from killing people, or whether Direct Line would make good the loss if they did. If I was marking the work you would fail.
 

Fossil

Member
In terms of the topic I would love to see wolves in the wild, they are amazing animals.


But where I might go on holiday rather than where I live.


Would the Tamar hold them back if Cornwall were picked? Wolf mauling would be a great new story for Dr Whatshisname....
 

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