While many in the field of intercultural relations care about ethics, most frankly aren’t big fans of taking surveys. Well, neither are we! So let us offer three reasons why this one is different:
- It’s short and sweet and will take no more than about five minutes to complete;
- It will help bring insight to key areas of ethics in on our field; and
- The results matter to what we do and how we do it.
And one more reason –your observations and input can truly help us better understand the current state of ethics in intercultural relations and what may be needed going forward.
Here’s a little more information about the survey: it’s being conducted with the Intercultural Management Institute at American University, in order to contribute to the dialogue around ethics and professionalism in intercultural relations. You are being contacted to participate in this study because you are a member of the Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research (SIETAR) and/or International Academy for Intercultural Research (IAIR).
We will report only aggregate results, so participant’s individual responses will be completely anonymous. Your privacy will be maintained in all publications or presentations resulting from this study. In addition to sharing top line results at the upcoming Conference of the International Academy for Intercultural Research, we’ll glad to share a summary of findings with participants who would like one.
To take the survey now, just use the link below.
This survey will only be open through May 15th, 2013, so please take a few minutes out of your busy schedule to participate. If you have any questions or if we can provide any additional information, please contact us at nam or gweaver.
Thanks so much for taking part in this effort.
Gary Weaver and Kyoung-Ah Nam