2018 E-International Relations Reader Survey
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What continent do you currently live in
South / Central America
Australia / NZ
How often do you visit
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A few times a year
Which of these options best describes you?
Academic / Lecturer / Professor
In high school / pre-university education
Employed in private sector
Government / Public Service (including military)
Engaged in internship / voluntary sector
How likely are you to continue in education with a further degree / qualification?
Which of the following categories of E-IR's open access publications are of use to you (check as many as you like).
Interviews with scholars and professionals
Expert Blog posts
Reviews of books and other media
Please answer the following question on the scale: "I would recommend E-International Relations to others as a trusted and reputable source of information"
Trusted and reputable
Tell us what you think E-IR does particularly well / what you enjoy most about the website
Tell us what you think E-IR could do better? This can include adding new elements or improving existing ones.
Does anything frustrate you about your visits to E-International Relations?
How surprised are you to hear that everything E-IR does is done by an all-volunteer team with any overheads (hosting, technical development etc.) paid for by website advertising and reader donations?
I already knew this
If you could describe E-IR in *one* word, what would it be? (just for fun, if you want to)
any other thoughts / comments? (optional)
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