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Fwd: Online survey on Taiwanese/Taiwanese American attitudes towards immigration and welfare

Survey Participants Needed!

UT Government professor, Dr. Amy Liu, and other colleagues are doing a project on attitudes of the Taiwanese in the US towards immigration (to Taiwan), Taiwanese national healthcare insurance, and mother tongue language classes (in Taiwan). If you are a Taiwanese in the US (regardless of citizenship status for either country), please consider participating in the survey. It would help amplify the distinct Taiwanese voice in the US – a voice that is all-too-often lost to the “Chinese” or “Asian” in American surveys. The survey is 5-10 minutes and available in English and Chinese. There will be a drawing for twenty $50 Amazon gift cards. This project is supported by the Center for Taiwan Studies at UT Austin. To take the survey, please click the link below. Please see below to learn more about the study. You are invited to participate in a web-based online survey of Taiwanese/Taiwanese American attitudes towards immigration and welfare. This is a research project conducted by Dr. Amy Liu (Associate Professor, Department of Government). This survey should take approximately ten minutes to complete. There are four blocks of questions. Your participation in this survey is voluntary. You may refuse to take part in the research or exit the survey at any time without penalty. You are free to decline to answer any particular question you do not wish to answer. As compensation for your time, we will enter your name into a raffle for a $50 Amazon gift card. There will be twenty winners. Your responses will help us learn more about public opinions towards immigration and welfare among the Taiwanese population and Asian Americans. There are no foreseeable risks involved in participating in this study other than those encountered in day-to-day life. Your survey answers will be stored on in a two-factor password secure electronic format. I will not collect other identifying information (except for your email address for the gift card raffle, and it will be stored separately). Your responses will remain anonymous. No one will be able to identify you or your answers, and no one will know whether you participated in this study. If you have questions at any time about the study or the procedures, you may contact Thank you very much for your help. Center For Taiwan Studies The University of Texas at Austin |


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