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PhD Student Seeks International Citizens

Do you see yourself as an international citizen? If so, you may be able to assist a PhD student who is currently researching the concept of international identity. The study is designed to gain insights into the lifestyles of people who perceive themselves as international and hopes to get a better understanding of the experience of international identity development, the international lifestyle experience and mental health of those who identify as international.

Participants will be required to complete an online survey in advance of an interview. It is estimated that the survey will take between 45 minutes and an hour to complete. The interview would last between 1 and 2 hours in-person or via video conferencing. All participants will be thanked for their time with a $25 dollar gift card or equivalent in their local currency.

The interviews can be conducted in person or via Skype. The schedule of international interview dates is as follows:

Washington, D.C. – July 15 06:30-08:30
Kampala, Uganda – July 17-21
Cape Town, South Africa – July 22-27
Johannesburg, South Africa – July 28-August 2
Dubai, United Arab Emirates – August 3
Rotterdam, Netherlands – August 5 19:00
Paris, France – August 6-7
Berlin, Germany – August 8
London, Great Britain – August 10-11
New York, USA – August 12-13
Vancouver, BC – In December and January
Hong Kong, PRC – December 23– January 5
San Diego, USA – Ongoing

Online Scheduling
To schedule an online interview via Skype at your leisure email the researcher : Brandi Eijsermans, M.Ed., beijsermans@alliant.edu

Questions About the Research
If you have any questions or concerns about the study please contact Brandi Eijsermans, M.Ed. at + 1 206-696-6912 or Marina Dorian, Ph.D., at +1 858-645-4630 during normal business hours PST.

Author: ExpatInfoDesk