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Dissertation Research- Role of Online Forums in lives of women with Chronic Mobility issues

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My name is Kate Yellowlees and I am a fourth year student at the University of Glasgow writing my dissertation in Geography. My dissertation is about The Role of Online Forums in the Everyday lives of women with Chronic Mobility Issues and as a part of my research I have written a short questionnaire which I have attached below. If you would be interested in participating or have any further questions about my research feel free to contact me at 2189164Y@student.gla.ac.uk.  Any information gathered will remain anonymous and confidential and permission of the users will be gained through out all stages of the research.


Thank you for your time.


Questionnaire - https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/XR6QQTV

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