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    I'm doing a paper on digital piracy. Attached is a survey that will literally take less than 20 seconds. I'd be grateful if you could take it for me.

    Thanks!



    Digital Piracy Survey
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  • #2
    Done. Mark C.
    "Good tools are expensive. Cheap tools are damned expensive."

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    • #3
      done

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      • #4
        Thank you!
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        • #5
          More like 5 seconds.
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          • #6
            Done. I don't bother with illegal downloads, half of them are nothing but static. Drop a couple bucks, don't be so ****************ing cheap.



            That being said, I still don't buy much. The odd one. I actually belong to rdio which is $10/month for streaming. It's not bad, again, what's 10 bones.
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            • #7
              You'd get a better picture if the questions were more specific. How many did you buy last year / month? How many did you download?



              And how would I know whether or not any of these things affect an artist's visibility unless I was actively involved in the production end myself?

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                Quote Originally Posted by SeniorBlues
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                You'd get a better picture if the questions were more specific. How many did you buy last year / month? How many did you download? And how would I know whether or not any of these things affect an artist's visibility unless I was actively involved in the production end myself?




                I'm wondering how you found out what what my thesis is. You'd obviously have to know that in order to tell me what kind of leading questions you'd pose.
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                  Quote Originally Posted by Potts
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                  I'm wondering how you found out what what my thesis is. You'd obviously have to know that in order to tell me what kind of leading questions you'd pose.




                  Not really.

                  I design/write survey questionnaires for a living.

                  There are 'do's and dont's.

                  You've got some dont's.





                  Like...just how long is often?
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                  • #10
                    done
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                      Quote Originally Posted by SeniorBlues
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                      You'd get a better picture if the questions were more specific. How many did you buy last year / month? How many did you download?



                      And how would I know whether or not any of these things affect an artist's visibility unless I was actively involved in the production end myself?




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                      • #12
                        LOL.. let me ask you guys a question or two considering you know my motivation behind three simple questions.



                        1. Why do I want to know how many songs you've downloaded? It clearly has nothing to do with my paper so I'm just wondering.



                        2. Research suggests that attitude and beliefs play a large role in someones decision to pirate music. If an end user believes that a musician can benefit from their music being downloaded the third question is solid.



                        And KMart.. Often= frequently. The word "often" is often used in surveys produced by Gallop, The Field Poll and numerous newspapers and media outlets throughout the world.
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                        • #13
                          I'd like to see a survey asking "how often did you tape songs off the radio". And I'd love to know how many staunch anti-piracy folks taped off the radio, or traded mix tapes with their friends as kids. Heck, I bet a significant number of them copied games for the Commodore, too.
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                          • #14
                            I support ANY survey that only has 3 questions. Especially now that the election is over....
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                              Quote Originally Posted by Potts
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                              LOL.. let me ask you guys a question or two considering you know my motivation behind three simple questions.



                              1. Why do I want to know how many songs you've downloaded? It clearly has nothing to do with my paper so I'm just wondering.



                              2. Research suggests that attitude and beliefs play a large role in someones decision to pirate music. If an end user believes that a musician can benefit from their music being downloaded the third question is solid.



                              And KMart.. Often= frequently. The word "often" is often used in surveys produced by Gallop, The Field Poll and numerous newspapers and media outlets throughout the world.




                              Are you prepared to show the science of your methodology and why it is sound?

                              GallUp is.



                              And its not just the use of the word often, but rather that you use it with zero context. Anybody can get a free Survey Monkey account and write questions for an online q'aire.

                              That doesn't make what you're doing sound research, however.



                              I might respond often, but mean it to imply once or twice a year because I'm just not technically inclined. The next guy might mean once or twice an hour. There is nothing in your question to establish expectations, and the end result is that you'll be making assumptions when analyzing the results.



                              That and three point scales are not only less likely to be capable of delivering good results, but as an expert, they are incredibly lame.
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