Thank you very much if you have already participated in my survey about conflict related communication on the social web! I have received many enlightening answers so far.
Nevertheless, I am still lacking responses - especially from the blogging communities, which I consider an absolutely crucial part of the online conversation surrounding the Mideast conflict. If you have not yet filled in my questionnaire, please do so:
Please also circulate this email and/or the link to my survey in the respective communities and, if possible, post it on your weblog. Thank you very much, best regards,
Doctoral candidate, University of Salzburg/Austria, ICT&S Center (www.icts.sbg.ac.at)
CONFLICT COMMUNICATION 2.0
YOUR PARTICIPATION IS VERY MUCH APPRECIATED IF YOU ACTIVELY USE SOCIAL WEB MEDIA TO PUBLICLY COMMUNICATE ABOUT THE ONGOING CONFLICT, PEACE-MATTERS AND RELATED EVENTS IN THE MIDDLE EAST - be it by blogging, twittering, posting photos on flickr, using facebook etc.
Sophie Huber, the author and administrator of the survey, is a doctoral student at the
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There are 45 questions in this survey.
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