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Animals survey

Post by anas » Wed Dec 29, 2010 7:56 am

Hello,

students at the University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) are conducting a survey on attittudes towards animals, especially on wild animals kept as pets.

You are invited to respond to the survey. Please click on the link below to start.

http://www.1cs.si/a/1312

Thank you!

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Re: Animals survey

Post by anas » Wed Jan 05, 2011 12:56 am

Thank to all who responded. The survey is still active if others want to participate.

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Re: Animals survey

Post by Cyber Ratty » Thu Jan 06, 2011 5:55 pm

I tried to complete it but I found it too hard to generalise - I have very different views on someone keeping a wild animal like a lion compared with someone keeping a 'new' pet species like hedgehogs or pouched rats.
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Re: Animals survey

Post by Woody » Thu Jan 06, 2011 8:13 pm

Some errors in the English section of your questionnaire:

Before you acquired this animal, did you gain information about the animal?
None | Some | Many

maybe could be 'Did you do any research into these animals - no, some, a lot?'

The animal survey bit - as above - I think you need 'not applicable' as a lot of the questions can't really be answered in a meaninful way - I am not sure if it is just bad English or just not tried out.

The option of 'indifferent' is probably not right. I was not indifferent about any of the questions, although I couldn't answer several. My usual feeling was 'it depends'

As Cyber Ratty said, it depends on the wild animal as to my feelings about it.
Wild animals spread different diseases - that isn't really an opinion is it? Different diseases to what? Some do, some don't and obviously they spread different diseases to each other!

Keeping wild animals at home makes people better known in the neighbourhood. - I don't know what answer is being sought in that question. Does it mean if I had a rhino my neighbours would know?

Keeping wild animals at home is illegal. - that isn't really a survey question, and more importantly, it can't be answered - you can look that up in the relevant laws for various countries. Keeping some wild animals at home is illegal, keeping others isn't.

Keeping wild animals as pets means that people feel a special love for nature - again, not sure what that means. Which people?

Finally, in the demographic questions, where you have the question -What is your personal income per month? does the answer 'unsuitable' mean you are paid the wrong amount? :D
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Re: Animals survey

Post by anas » Mon Feb 21, 2011 10:47 pm

Hi, please find the survey results on the links below. There are 4 reports because there were 4 different versions of the questionnaire:
http://rs.fdvinfo.net/uploadi/editor/12 ... nimals.pdf
http://rs.fdvinfo.net/uploadi/editor/12 ... nimals.pdf
http://rs.fdvinfo.net/uploadi/editor/12 ... nimals.pdf
http://rs.fdvinfo.net/uploadi/editor/12 ... nimals.pdf

Thanks again to all who participated! And thanks also for the comments but it was to late to consider them.

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