Calling All Males – Masculinity and Spirituality Survey

Greetings Colleagues, Associates & Friends,

I am in need of African-American adult males between the ages of 21-65 to
complete my survey on Masculinity & Spirituality.  My goal is to gather 200
surveys.  If you know anyone who meets the criteria to take the survey
please feel free to forward this email on.  The link is

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GADSDEN2012STUDY

My name is O’Shan Darius Gadsden and I am a Doctoral Candidate at Howard
University working on my dissertation with Dr. Kamilah M. Woodson. I am
looking for African-American adult males between the ages of 21-65 to
complete a survey that focuses on the variables that contribute to the
development of hypermasculine attitudes and behaviors in African-American
adult males.

You will be asked to complete a survey concerning how you think and feel
about a number of factors that influence how AA men come to understand
their masculinity as well as the factors that contribute to the development
of hypermasculinity.  The survey should take no longer than
between 15-30 minutes to complete.  Participation in this study is
voluntary and you may withdraw at any time.

All participants of this survey will have the option to submit their email
address to be entered in a drawing for a chance to win a 32 Inch Flat
Screen Television.  Only researchers will have access to the data file
containing the email address, the email address will only be used for the
purpose of the drawing, and it will be deleted following completion of the
survey.

If you are interested in participating in this survey, please click the
link below.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GADSDEN2012STUDY
region6director@snma.org
If you have any questions about this survey, feel free to contact us by
email at ogadsden@gmail.com or kwoodson@howard.edu or by phone at
202-865-8597.

This research study has been reviewed and approved by the Institutional
Review Board at Howard University.

 

O’Shan Darius Gadsden, MA
Doctoral Candidate, Counseling Psychology
Howard University
School of Education

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