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Hi there!

My name's Liz and I'm a PhD student at Nottingham Trent University (UK) 

I'm researching how people use online sports betting features (e.g., in-play betting, cash out) and the perceived impact of gambling advertising.  

I'm looking different types of sports bettors to help with my questionnaire (10-15mins). If anyone here who bets on football (and/or other sports) is interested in taking part it would be really appreciated. There is a prize draw giving away 5X£50 Amazon vouchers. 

I don't think I'm allowed to post the link on here but if anyone is interested in taking I'll try to send you a link.

Thanks in advance. 

 

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If the link passes the mods approval then I don’t mind contributing,

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Is your research sponsored by a Betting company or a casino , or purely an academic exercise ???

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How can you quantify or study " the perceived impact of gambling advertising. " , why not study the actual impact?

Also have you considered the ethics and data return connotations from offering a reward or as in this case a raffle (to gamblers) for partaking? This brings lots of room for error in your sample and may tempt problem gamblers to partake just so they get entered in your raffle. An ethical nightmare.

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42 minutes ago, stone said:

How can you quantify or study " the perceived impact of gambling advertising. " , why not study the actual impact?

Also have you considered the ethics and data return connotations from offering a reward or as in this case a raffle (to gamblers) for partaking? This brings lots of room for error in your sample and may tempt problem gamblers to partake just so they get entered in your raffle. An ethical nightmare.

Perfectly explained and the main reason why we do not allow links to any of these so called survey/questionnaires, I'd be more inclined to think theres an angle behind it to learn what pushes our buttons and then sell that on for marketing purposes, in fact I know thats what it is!

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