We encourage you to take advantage of the below opportunity to participate in this Northeastern State University research study regarding transracial adoption and bullying. Consider sharing it with your social networks. As we all know, research on adoption is beneficial to understanding and serving children and families better.
“Dear Parents and Students,
I am conducting a research study to better understand the scope and effects of bullying on children (ages ranging from 9 to 16 years old) adopted into transracial families. As a social work faculty member at Northeastern State University, I am interested in understanding this topic so that we can develop effective supports and interventions for children/adoptees who experience school bullying based on racial or ethnic differences. I am requesting your participation because it will help us to do this.
Your participation is voluntary and your responses are anonymous. If you will take about 30-40 minutes to complete our online survey, you will make an important contribution to this project that may lead to creating effective help for trans-racial adoptees who are facing school bullying.
Click here for the survey link.
If you wish to discuss the information above or concern you may have with this project, please do not hesitate to contact me, Eun-Jun Bang, Ph.D., MSW, at (918) 449-6564. For questions about your rights while participating in this study, you may contact the Institutional Review Board at Northeastern State University at (918) 456-5511 ext 2965. Thank you so much for your attention and time.”