Help Us Study The Effects of Responding to Disrespectful and Attacking Comments Online
Are you a woman on twitter who routinely receives disrespectful and attacking comments? Are you interested to discover if responding can cause people to act more respectfully toward you and others over time?

Our team at Princeton University, NYU, and CivilServant are developing a project to ask these questions together with Twitter users who want to make a difference. If you're interested, sign up here to receive recruitment materials for our upcoming research.

You can learn more about the project here: https://civilservant.io/twitter_response_announcement-12-2017.html

Audrey Chebet, Princeton University
Elizabeth Levy Paluck, Princeton University
J. Nathan Matias, Princeton University, MIT
Kevin Munger, New York University

Email address *
Name *
(we will keep your personal information private)
Your answer
Twitter account name *
Your answer
Tell us more about the common kinds of attacks or disrespectful comments you receive *
(A sentence or two is fine. This helps us find people who experience the kinds of things that this project will start with.)
Your answer
How do you or your allies typically deal with attacks and disrespectful comments now? *
(A sentence or two is fine.)
Your answer
Can you guess how many people you trust might be able or willing to work with you over a few weeks to test the outcomes of responding? *
(A sentence or two is fine.)
Among the allies you imagined above, what percentage of them might be men? *
(A sentence or two is fine.)
Is there anything else we should know?
Your answer
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