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Survey: Intersectionality in Asian Americans

8 Nov 2019 10:05 AM | Anonymous

Please find a message below from Halleh Hashtpari, 


My name is Halleh Hashtpari, and I am a counseling psychology doctoral student at the University of Utah. I would like to invite you to participate in an online study examining how participants experience their ethnic identity within the context of other identity statuses (i.e., gender identity, religious identity, sexual identity) at different times throughout the day, over the course of a week. This study has received Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval through the University of Utah (IRB_00099876).

This study is open to anyone who identifies as Asian or Asian American.

Your participation will involve completing a short survey that takes approximately 5 minutes to complete once a day over the course of a week. Questions will be asked about how you are experiencing your different identity statuses in that moment, and how you may be feeling emotionally and physically over the course of each day. If you would like to participate in the study, please send me an email (halleh.hashtpari@utah.edu).

Your participation is completely voluntary, and responses will be anonymous and confidential.

If you have any questions, please email me at halleh.hashtpari@utah.edu, or my research supervisor, Dr. Karen Tao, at k.tao@utah.edu.

If you have questions regarding your rights as a research participant, or concerns you do not feel you can discuss with the investigator, you can contact the Institutional Review Board (IRB). The University of Utah IRB may be reached by phone at (801) 581-3655 or by e-mail at irb@hsc.utah.edu

Please sign up at the link below if you are interested in participating.


Thank you for your time and consideration!


Halleh Hashtpari, M.S.

University of Utah


Tel: +1 (205) 703-0960

2081 Columbiana Rd #10

Vestavia Hills, AL 35216


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