International Work Mobility

Personal and cultural factors of international work mobility

 
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1. The Department of Psychology at Brunel University requires that all persons who participate in psychology studies give their written consent to do so. Please read the following and sign it if you agree with what it says.

I freely and voluntarily consent to be a participant in the research project entitled "Personal and Cultural Factors of International Work Mobility" to be conducted at Brunel University, with Annika Henke as principal investigator. The broad goal of this research program is to explore how personal and cultural factors influence people's international work mobility . Specifically, I have been told that I will be asked to fill out a questionnaire about general attitudes and opinions towards international work mobility. The session should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete.

I have been told that my responses will be kept strictly confidential. I also understand that if at any time during the session I feel unable or unwilling to continue, I am free to leave without negative consequences. That is, my participation in this study is completely voluntary, and I may withdraw from this study at any time. My withdrawal would not result in any penalty, academic or otherwise. My name will not be linked with the research materials, as the researchers are interested in personal and cultural factors in terms of international job mobility in general -- not any particular individual's personal and cultural factors in terms of international job mobility in particular. I have been given the opportunity to ask questions regarding the procedure, and my questions have been answered to my satisfaction. I have been informed that if I have any general questions about this project, or ethical issues relating to the project, I should feel free to contact Annika Henke at ht12aah2@my.brunel.ac.uk. If I have any concerns or complaints regarding the way in which the research is or has been conducted I may contact the Chair of the Psychology Research Ethics Committee Dr Achim Schuetzwohl at achim.schuetzwohl@brunel.ac.uk.
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