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Survey, Experiences of interacting with non-disabled people

Canterbury Christ Chuch University are inviting you to participate in a research study that investigates your general thoughts on physical disability and your experiences of interacting with non-disabled people. The study is designed by Mr Mark Carew, a PhD researcher under the supervision of Dr Masi Noor. When you begin the survey, you will be asked to respond to a series of questions by writing down your answers in the boxes provided. Your answers will be confidential and the survey should take no more than 20 minutes to complete. The researchers understand that your spare time is limited, but it would be helpful to them if you could write as much as you can in the boxes provided. This will also give you the best opportunity to communicate your views to them. A written debriefing will be shown to you at the end of the survey fully explaining the nature and purpose of the study. In order to thank you for your participation you will be entered into a prize draw which contains a cash prize worth £20. All data and personal information will be stored securely in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the University’s own data protection requirements. Data can only be accessed by Mr Mark Carew and Dr Masi Noor. Findings will be used as part of the former’s PhD Thesis and may contribute to academic articles in the future. If you have any questions or concerns about the nature, procedures or requirements for participation please do not hesitate to contact Mark Carew at The survey can be found at