[Imc-uk-features] Re: [www-features] Indymedia Online Survey
ulla at rannikko.com
Fri Jun 3 12:40:23 PDT 2005
When I approached Indymedia about my research project I did not know what kind of response to expect. I understand now that you get numerous requests from social researchers and that for various reasons some of you are sceptical about academic research.
As it has become clear to me that a link to a survey is not going to happen, I will follow Annas suggestion on trying to contact users through mailing lists; I can only hope that list administrators will not block my emails.
Thank you for all of you who have kindly advised me, commented my request and asked further questions, to which I have answered truthfully.
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From: GarconDuMonde <gdm at fifthhorseman.net>
To: ulla at rannikko.com, imc-uk-features at lists.indymedia.org, "www-features" <www-features at lists.indymedia.org>, imc-research at lists.indymedia.org
Subject: Re: [www-features] Indymedia Online Survey
Date: Fri, 03 Jun 2005 13:48:52 -0400
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> hi ulla and all the people on the various lists i've cc'd.
> please could you stop posting emails requesting a survey to either
> global lists or to uk lists: it is *not* gonna happen cos there are too
> many people who would block it (i am one of those).
> for some background, you might like to read the following 'guidelines
> for researchers' that uk-imc drafted this time last year, after a
> similar request from another bunch of researchers. there are also some
> further links available off that page.
> furthermore, this summer is a busy time for the united kollectives as we
> are preparign to cover the protests against the g8 in scotland. i would
> be surprised if other people have time to respond, and i would also
> imagine that if your survey was posted to the newswire it would be
> hidden as 'non-news'.
> of course, if you wish to become involved in indymedia yourself, that is
> a different proposition. you may wish to attend one of the london imc
> meetings to see what goes on.
> there was also a huge load more debate in the imc-uk-process list from
> june/july last year - look for threads about social research and
> similar: http://archives.lists.indymedia.org/imc-uk-process/2004-June/
> - --
> love and solidarity,
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