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Old November 12 2012, 11:58 PM   #1
Research Project

Hi, I'm a student and I'm writing a research project on forums and I think this is an awesome one! I need to interview/ask questions to people who use forums and message boards. I would really appreciate it if anyone would be willing to answer some of my questions!! Thank you SO much.

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a) How long (e.g. how many years) has the person used the site? How often does s/he access it (e.g. multiple times a day? weekly? etc.)?
b) Who does s/he interact with on that site? (Who are the individuals, groups, organizations found within that site?)
c) How does s/he use the site?
d) What are his/her main reasons for using the site?
e) Are the interactions within this site meaningful to him/her? How so?
f) Do these interactions differ from face-to-face or other forms of mediated communication? If so, in what ways? How significant are these differences?
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Old November 13 2012, 12:01 AM   #2
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g) Why do researchers not read the FAQ first before they cut their research short with spamming smackdowns?

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Old November 13 2012, 03:36 AM   #3
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I'd post your query in the Misc forum, it has a lot of traffic and you might get some response. Regardless, posting the same thing in multiple forums is spamming, which is against our rules. So please don't do it anymore. Peace.
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