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Appendix A: SWW e-mail survey for the USA
SUCCESSFUL WOMEN WORLDWIDE A GLOBAL RESEARCH PROJECT E-MAIL SURVEY FOR THE USA Coordinated by: JO ANN DUFFY, PH.D. Gibson D. Lewis Center for Business and Economic Development Sam Houston State University and SUZY FOX, PH.D. Institute of Human Resources and Industrial Relations Loyola University Chicago Welcome to an exciting, new project. This project looks at the characteristics of successful women in the Americas, and around the world. This is being done as part of a collaborative global research network. The project includes a mail survey, as well as interviews. You have been identiﬁed, based on our criteria, as one of the successful women in the USA to receive the mail survey. Thank you for participating in this exciting project! The survey is intended to describe some characteristics of successful women, so that we can compare successful women from diﬀerent countries and regions. There are no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answers to the survey questions. In addition to questions dealing with personal and social characteristics, there are questions dealing with information about the respondent – these will be helpful to us in analyzing the data, and we hope you will answer these questions as well. The survey should take about 25 minutes to complete. Responses to the survey are anonymous and all survey material is strictly conﬁdential. Results will be reported in a summary form only. Of course, your participation is completely voluntary. By continuing with this 228 Appendix A: SWW e-mail survey for the USA 229 questionnaire, we understand...
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