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Tue Dec 16 2008
Qs: Survey on Same-Sex Naming Choices
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Survey on Same-Sex Naming Choices
Message 1: Survey on Same-Sex Naming Choices
From: Donna Lillian <lilliandecu.edu>
Subject: Survey on Same-Sex Naming Choices
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I am conducting a survey on surname choices made by people in same-sex
relationships, both for themselves and for any children that may be part of
their family and/or household. If you are currently in or if you have ever
been in a same-sex partnership, civil union, or marriage, please consider
taking 5 minutes to complete the survey. The survey is anonymous and it is
being hosted on Survey Monkey.com, a secure site.
Please forward this posting and/or cut and paste this call, along with the
link to the survey, to any listserv, blog, website, or individual that you
Link to Same-Sex naming Survey
This survey has been approved by the Institutional Review Board of East
Thank you for your participation in this survey! Feel free to contact me
if you have any questions or comments.
Dr. Donna L. Lillian
Department of English
East Carolina University
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