Situational Case: You are in a shop and you find a pen that you like a lot and that costs 15$. You look around in the shop before buying it and you meet a close friend that tells you he has seen the exact same pen in another shop. The price is only 8$ but the shop is 15 minutes of walking away from the place you are now. What do you do?
This is part of a 3-polls structure meant to analyze the consumers' buying decisions in different cases under different types of surveying. It is short experiment that will reveal some interesting facts about consumer's behaviour. It does not require any of your personal data and it's simple and fun.
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SATISFACTION WITH WORKING ENVIRONMENT OF HEALTHCARE WORKERS IN NANA HIMA DEKYI GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL, GHANA
Dear Respondents,I am a Master's student in Public Health at the Lithuania University of Health Sciences. As part of my curriculum requirement, I am conducting a research on the Satisfaction with working environment of healthcare workers in Nana Hima Dekyi Government Hospital, Ghana. The aim of my research is to evaluate the opinion of healthcare workers on working conditions. All responses given by you will be kept strictly confidential and used for academic purposes only. Thank you for taking the time to fill in this questionnaire, it should only take 10 minutes. If you have any questions about this questionnaire, please contact ([email protected]). Instructions for completing thesurveyCertain questions employ a 1-10 rating scale, with answers ranging from "Not at all satisfied" to "Completely satisfied". Please select the circle beneath the number that best matches your opinion.Certain questions offer "Yes" and "No" answers. Please select the circle that best matches your opinion.Some of the questions in this survey are divided into groups, each containing a set of separate questions in order to help you better formulate your answer for the corresponding group. When completing the questionnaire please read and answer all individual questions and form an opinion before answering the final questions of each group.
All data will be used for research.This study is being conducted to find out about public awareness of mental health. Namely, using the example of Britney Spears to investigate such issues as:1. How does society respond to celebrity illnesses?2. How is it that celebrities touch on posts and tweets about their mental health issues on public understanding of this condition?3. What are the main factors that shape society for the future of celebrity illness? For example, some part of the public will support it, some will put a fake label (this is called stigmatization in the language of science)Currently, Britney Spears is the subject of much discussion and interest due to her legal status and conservative nature. Britney Spears was placed under conservatorship in 2008 after suffering public psychological and emotional problems. Conservatorship is a legal status in which another person (a conservative) is appointed to manage the financial and personal affairs of a person deemed incapable of making such decisions on his own.
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