About:This survey aims to find out about the impact of the Soviet-Afghan conflict of 1979 to ’89 on the families of surviving Soviet veterans — specifically their (now adult) children.
Privacy:This is an anonymous survey. No part of your name or identifying information will be published or distributed.
At the conclusion of this survey you will be given an option to answer further questions in a one-on-one setting with researcher (Anna Denejkina). If you choose to do so, the contact information you provide to schedule a one-on-one interview will be kept confidential, and will be de-identified during analysis and prior to publication.
Research Ethics Approval:This study has been approved by the University of Technology Sydney Human Research Ethics Committee, and meets the requirements of the NHMRC National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007). Approval number: UTS HREC REF NO. ETH16-0356.
Risks of Participation:This study is anticipated to include only minimal risks. A possible risk of participation in this study is a mild anxiety that may be associated with completing a questionnaire on familial or emotion-related topics (e.g: frustration/anger/anxiety).
Consent:By clicking NEXT you consent to participating in this study, and to your answers being used for the research purposes of this study.
If you have questions or concerns about this study, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, or via phone (+61) 0415 436 519 (Australia).
You are able to contact my research supervisor, Dr Sue Joseph at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone (+61) 0412206463 (Australia). If you would like to talk to someone who is not connected with the research, you may contact the University of Technology, Sydney, Research Ethics Officer via Research.Ethics@uts.edu.au, and quote this number: ETH16-0356; or Мария Дёмина (Russian contact person) at email@example.com, or via phone +79372794660.
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