Storytelling Post-Survey v5
Your answers to this survey will help determine the benefit of the storytelling process. The data being collected will be used to validate and improve the program so that it can be used to reduce mental, emotional, and behavioral illness in individuals, organizations, and communities. Thank you for your helpful participation.
Please enter the five digit code you used on the pre-survey: the first letter of your first name and the last four digits of your phone number. Thank you.
Your answer
1. Was the storytelling process what you expected?
Not expected
Expected
How was it different?
Your answer
2. How many people were in your group (most of the time)?
Your answer
3. How would you rate your feeling of belonging overall?
I don't feel belonging
Very content
4. During the storytelling process, did your group find that members shared common story elements (areas they grew up culture, life events, family/friend experiences, etc.)?
Nothing in common
Many things in common
5. Were you comfortable sharing your story in your group?
Very uncomfortable
Very comfortable
6. Did it seem like other group members were comfortable sharing their stories in your group?
Very uncomfortable
Very comfortable
7. How much time did you spend telling stories with your group?
8. How many storytelling sessions did you participate in with your group?
Your answer
9. On average, how well do you know the other members of this group?
Not very well
Very well
10. On average, how well do the other members of this group know you?
Not very well
Very well
11. Do you have a particular identity in this group?
No identity
Clearly established identity
12. Did storytelling change your understanding of your identity?
No change
More understanding
13. What words were used to describe your identity?
Your answer
14. Do you feel these words accurately describe you?
Not accurate
Very accurate
15. Do you feel valued by the other member of this group?
Not valued
Very valued
16. Did storytelling change your understanding of your value?
No change
More understanding
17. What did you learn about your value as a result of the storytelling process?
Your answer
18. How well does this group meet your social and emotional needs?
Not very well
Very well
19. Did storytelling change your understanding of your social and emotional needs?
No change
More understanding
20. What did you learn about your social and emotional needs as a result of the storytelling process?
Your answer
21. Do you have a nickname in this group?
No nickname
Well established nickname
22. If you have a nickname in this group, what is it and what does it mean?
Your answer
23. Which known story characters did your group compare you to?
Your answer
24. Did you feel the comparison was affirming?
Not affirming
Very affirming
25. How would you rate your storytelling experience?
Negative
Positive
26. Please explain your answer.
Your answer
27. What elements of the storytelling process were most helpful for increasing your sense of belonging?
Your answer
28. How would you rate your feeling of belonging with this group after the storytelling process?
I don't feel belonging
Very content
29. Was the lesson on storytelling and belonging helpful?
Unhelpful
Helpful
30. Did your instructor demonstrate competence on the subject?
Incompetent
Competent
31. Was the Storytelling Guide helpful?
Unhelpful
Helpful
32. Did your group include a prepared facilitator?
33. Was your facilitator beneficial to the storytelling process?
Not beneficial
Very beneficial
34. Please explain your answer
Your answer
35. How likely are you to participate in more storytelling efforts?
Not very likely
Very likely
36. Please offer comments and insights regarding your participation in the storytelling process, the presentation, or provide any feedback you feel would be helpful. What did you learn? What would you change? What did you enjoy most?
Your answer
37. Sense of Community Index: How important is it to you to feel a sense of community with other community members?
38. How well do each of the following statements represent how you feel about this community?
Not at all
Somewhat
Mostly
Completely
I get important needs of mine met because I am part of this community
Community members and I value the same things
This community has been successful in getting the needs of its members met
Being a member of this community makes me feel good
When I have a problem, I can talk about it with member of this community
People in this community have similar needs, priorities and goals
I can trust people in this community
I can recognize most of the people in this community
Most community members know me
This community has symbols and expressions of membership such as clothes, signs, art, architecture, logos, landmarks, and flags that people can recognize
I put a lot of time and effort into being part of this community
Being a member of this community is part of my identity
Fitting into this community is part of my identity
This community can influence other communities
I care about what other community members think of me
I have influence over what this community is like
If there is a problem in this community, members can get it solved
This community has good leaders
It is very important to me to be part of this community
I am with other community members a lot and enjoy being with them
I expect to be a part of this community for a long time
Members of this community have shared important events together, such as holidays, celebrations, or disasters
I feel hopeful about the future of this community
Members of this community care about each other
39. How much did your feeling of belonging increase during this storytelling process?
My feeling of belonging did not increase
My feeling of belonging increased significantly
40. If you would be willing to discuss your storytelling experience for the sake of this study, please include your email address. Curtis will contact you to make an appointment for a meeting or a phone call.
Your answer
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