Surveying State Blogs
Attention, readers and writers of state blogs: Who are you? What blogs are you reading? What are you writing? Why? Don't tell me. Tell Emily ...
Attention, readers and writers of state blogs: Who are you? What blogs are you reading? What are you writing? Why?
Don't tell me. Tell Emily Metzgar, the Louisiana blogger and doctoral student who's doing her thesis on state political blogs around the country. I wrote about Emily's research in April. Now her online survey is ready. You can take the survey here, and find more information about her state blog project here. The survey only takes a few minutes to fill out. So be a good citizen: Support political science. That would make a smashingly good t-shirt.
Instructions, straight from Emily:
First, take a few minutes to complete the survey yourself, whether you are a die-hard blogger or a casual blog reader;
Second, forward this to your colleagues urging them to both complete the survey and forward the link to others;
Third, contact me if you have any questions, concerns or input regarding this research endeavor.
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