1. Why is this research being conducted?
The purpose of conducting this study is to understand an important aspect of culture and student life at the University of Oxford. By completing this survey, students will have the opportunity to further the safety and wellness of their peers. Findings will be used to assist the University in further fostering a non-discriminatory environment and improving support services available for students.
2. Why have I been invited to take part?
You are being asked to participate in this research by completing this survey. Every student over the age of 18 currently enrolled at the University of Oxford will receive this email.
3. Do I have to take part?
No. Your participation is voluntary and you are under no obligation to complete this survey.
4. Are my responses anonymous and confidential?
Your responses will be confidential and remain anonymous. Your responses will not be connected to your name or email address.
5. When will I get an email asking me to participate?
All students will be sent an email invitation during Trinity Term 2021.
6. Will the results be published?
The research will be published in a Doctoral thesis, in academic publications, and through a report that will be sent to survey respondents and available to the University of Oxford community.
7. I have a question about this study, who do I contact?
If you would like to discuss the research agenda or the survey with someone beforehand (or if you have questions afterwards), please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org