Researchers at the University of British Columbia and McGill are looking for same-sex couples and parents to participate in two surveys of interest to the LGBTQ community.
Opening the closet doors: do LGBTQ parents feel welcome in B.C. schools?
Currently working on their Masters Degree in Educational Leadership and Administration, at the University of British Columbia, a group of students is conducting an online survey designed to examine non-heterosexual parents’ perceptions of their children’s schools.
The aim of the study is to understand how well British Columbia schools are meeting the needs of LGBTQ-headed families with the hopes that this information can help to improve the educational experiences of children with LGBTQ parents.
The survey is open to LGBTQ parents who currently have children in the BC school system or LGBTQ parents whose children graduated within the last five years.
The survey will take 20 – 30 minutes to complete. You can complete the survey online at http://edu.surveygizmo.com/.
Lesbian and gay couples study
Doctoral candidate Andrea Gushlbauer at Toronto’s McGill University is seeking lesbian and gay individuals (18+) who are currently in a same-sex relationship of at least six months who can answer questions about intimacy and relationship satisfaction.
The goal of the study is to learn more about how lesbian and gay individuals in same-sex couples are affected by stress, with special attention paid to intimacy, relationship satisfaction, and health.
Participants (only one member of the couple can participate in the study) are invited to complete the online questionnaire, which will take from 15 to 45 minutes to complete, at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/8ZM22PS.
Participants will have a chance to win one of three $50 Amazon gift cards.
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