Survey on Awareness of Chinese Culture
   2011-12-08 14:07:39      Web Editor: Li Meng
Welcome to participate in the survey conducted by the Center for Intercultural Communication and Management Studies, School of Journalism and Communication, Peking University. The survey is designed to investigate your views on Chinese culture. If you decide to be in the study, you will be asked to finish the questionnaire covering your knowledge and opinion on Chinese culture, as well as channels through which you obtain information about China. It takes about 15-20 minutes to finish this questionnaire.

This study has no more risk than you may find in daily life. There is no direct compensation from being in this study.

This research is not designed to help you personally, but the results may help the investigator learn the differences between your culture and Chinese culture. The purpose of the research is to promote cultural dialogue on equal footing, better mutual understanding and intercultural communication between people of two countries.

You can choose not to be in this study. If you decide to be in this study, you may choose not to answer certain questions.

If you decide to be in this study, what you tell us will be confidential unless required by law to disclose the information. When we present or publish the results of this study, your name will not appear in it.

You nay stop being in this study at any time without any penalties.

By participating in the study, filling in, and returning the questionnaire, you give the researcher permission to use your data for the stated research purposes.

If you have any questions about this survey, please contact Professor Guan Shijie at 86-10-62767896 or

The Center for Intercultural Communication & Management Studies,
School of Journalism and Communication,
Peking University, Beijing, 100871, China
Novermber 18, 2011

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