Questionnaire updated by  Dr. J. Vincent Nix on August 10, 2013
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The following information is being collected for statistical purposes only. 

These data are being collected for research that will add to a body of literature on social distance.  I have published one paper on this topic, and have written and presented several others. 

Here is the original paper (senior, undergratuate thesis at the University of Mississippi) -- Social distance and factors that affect its magnitude at a southern university --  that was later published in 1997.

Another paper -- Cyberstratification and social distance over the Internet: using the Bogardus Scale to measure prejudice among WWW users -- was based on the data that this particular Internet questionnaire collected while I was enrolled in a (Race/Class/Gender) course at the Washington State University. I was required to file a human-subjects approval form for the course research project. Analysis is limited therefore, to submissions of this questionnaire from the date of approval by the WSU IRB to the last date feasible before the course paper was due.  *note: this document references frequencies' and breakdowns' reports that are no longer available on the WSU server; interested readers may click here: FREQUENCY  BREAKDOWN

This Internet-based questionnaire has collected data since November 1993; eventually I will publish the results from data but my focus is elsewhere currently.


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