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Nadia_M
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2/18/2011 5:19:50 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
Will Consumers Boycott an Organisation Perceived as Not Socially Responsible?

University of the West of Scotland (UWS)

Nadia Micallef

This questionnaire is being carried for a dissertation project for UWS. Your participation will be greatly appreciated, please try your best to answer all the questions. It should only take about five-ten minutes to complete.

The aim is to identify you as consumers, what is your perception of organisations that is perceived as not socially responsible. In today's society many organisations carry out unethical acts such as Nike using child labour therefore the aim is to determine how you feel about this, would you still buy from these organisations or would you boycott?

All information you provide will be treated in the strictest confident. You cannot be identified from the information you provide, and no information from this questionnaire will be given to other parties.

This questionnaire has been created via a well established organisation, eSurveyPro. Therefore please click on the hyper link below to carry out the questionnaire.

http://www.esurveyspro.com...

THIS QUESTIONNAIRE WILL CLOSE ON THE 25TH FEBUARY 2011.

I hope you find completing the questionnaire enjoyable, and thank you for taking time to carry out this questionnaire.

Best Regards,

Nadia Micallef
Puck
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2/18/2011 5:33:41 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
Wait ... it's for a dissertation? >.< Gawd. I suggest strongly you research psychometric test construction. Unless you don't really care about the quality of your results. If so, carry on!
RoyLatham
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2/18/2011 7:09:08 PM
Posted: 5 years ago
The problem is that the questionnaire has very limited politically correct notions of social responsibility. Obeying the law is only touched upon peripherally.