Looking for Participants for study on Gender (in)equality in Glaswegian Homes

Hi all!

My name is Jenn Glinski, I am conducting a small piece of research for the University of Glasgow on gender (in)equality in Glaswegian homes and how it is reproduced with our children.

I am looking for research participants who would be willing to participate in an interview with their partners on what gender equality in their homes look like.

Requirements for participation

•The research requires 4-5, heterosexual, cohabiting couples based in Glasgow.

•You must be actively raising child(ren) (17 years and under).

•Participants must be 18 years of age or over.

•Must be willing to travel to the University of Glasgow for the interview.

•Unfortunately, this research is unfunded and as a result an interpreter cannot be made available. Due to this, participants must have a strong command of English.

•For the same reason as above, I cannot offer any compensation for your participation. Masters’ students and their dissertations are unfunded and therefore no finances are available to reimburse participants.

Interviews with you and your partner will last between 45 minutes to 1 hour and will be held at the University of Glasgow in June and July.

If you and your partner or someone you know are interested in the research or would like to find out more then please get in touch by either PM or at 2163871g@student.gla.ac.uk

I would greatly appreciate it if this call-out could be circulated to other potentially interested parties.

Many thanks,

Jenn

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