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Adopted from China or Hong Kong by a British Family: Student research project - 15/9/10

Were you adopted from China or Hong Kong by a British family?  If so, please consider participating in an undergraduate dissertation project,

The effects of adoption on birth children
My name is  Louise Moore and I am an undergraduate geography student at the University of Cambridge. I am currently collecting data for a dissertation project focusing on the lives of those adopted from China or Hong Kong by British parents. This topic is of significant interest to me as my Mum and Auntie were adopted from Hong Kong in the 1960s by a British couple.
How can you help?
Please click on the following link: and fill in a short questionnaire looking at the cultural lives of those adopted from China. 
How long will it take?
It will only take around 10-15 minutes of your time and your help would be much appreciated.
Confidentiality and Ethics
I am very grateful to all who agree to share their experiences, and am therefore keen to ensure this project is carried out in an ethical manner. If you agree to participate in the study you will remain anonymous; any information you do give will be kept in the strictest confidence and there are no current plans to publish the work. If you chose to withdraw any information you provide my contact details are given on the above link, and I would happily respect your wishes to withdraw from the project.

If you would like any further information, please follow the above link in order to access my contact details.

Thank you in advance for your help,

Louise Moore

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