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Message ID: 8518
Date: 2010-11-09

Author:John Devaney

Subject:RE: Web-based Surveys of Teens

Sandy You may wish to look at the Young Life & Times Survey undertaken each year with 16 yr olds in Northern Ireland: http://www.ark.ac.uk/ylt/about/ There is also a Kids Life and Times for younger children (aged 11yrs): http://www.ark.ac.uk/klt/ Technical reports are also available from the website Best wishes John Dr John Devaney School of Sociology, Social Policy & Social Work Queen's University Belfast 6 College Park BELFAST Northern Ireland BT7 1NN Tel: 028 9097 5907 Email: J.Devaney@qub.ac.uk ________________________________________ From: bounce-7310688-13357841@list.cornell.edu [bounce-7310688-13357841@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Sandy Wurtele [swurtele@uccs.edu] Sent: 09 November 2010 17:00 To: child-maltreatment-research-l@list.cornell.edu Subject: Web-based Surveys of Teens I'm looking for guidance from researchers who have conducted Web-based surveys of young teens (e.g., 12-15) asking them to self-report on adverse childhood experiences along with current sexual behaviors, cyber-bullying, etc. I'm particularly interested in whether or not you obtained parental consent, what issues you faced getting IRB approval, how you obtained the child's assent, how you provided follow-up assistance if the participant requested it, and whether you offered incentives to the youth for completing the survey. Sandy K. Wurtele, Ph.D. Professor/Department of Psychology/UCCS www.sandywurtele.com

Sandy You may wish to look at the Young Life & Times Survey undertaken each year with 16 yr olds in Northern Ireland: http://www.ark.ac.uk/ylt/about/ There is also a Kids Life and Times for younger children (aged 11yrs): http://www.ark.ac.uk/klt/ Technical reports are also available from the website Best wishes John Dr John Devaney School of Sociology, Social Policy & Social Work Queen's University Belfast 6 College Park BELFAST Northern Ireland BT7 1NN Tel: 028 9097 5907 Email: J.Devaneyqub.ac.uk ________________________________________ From: bounce-7310688-13357841list.cornell.edu [bounce-7310688-13357841list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Sandy Wurtele [swurteleuccs.edu] Sent: 09 November 2010 17:00 To: child-maltreatment-research-llist.cornell.edu Subject: Web-based Surveys of Teens I'm looking for guidance from researchers who have conducted Web-based surveys of young teens (e.g., 12-15) asking them to self-report on adverse childhood experiences along with current sexual behaviors, cyber-bullying, etc. I'm particularly interested in whether or not you obtained parental consent, what issues you faced getting IRB approval, how you obtained the child's assent, how you provided follow-up assistance if the participant requested it, and whether you offered incentives to the youth for completing the survey. Sandy K. Wurtele, Ph.D. Professor/Department of Psychology/UCCS www.sandywurtele.com