The Effects of Racism on Black Women’s Body Image and Eating Habits - Survey

My friends, Deb and Juliette sent this survey and I feel it's my social responsibility to share. I'm anxious to review the results. It would be nice to see if there is a huge difference between women in the African diaspora,  especially Caribbean women.
DESCRIPTION OF THE RESEARCH: You are invited to participate in a research study about African American/Black women, body image, eating patterns, and racism. This study is being conducted to understand how multiple aspects of African American/Black women’s lives affect their feelings about their physical appearance and their eating habits. The purpose of this study is to recognize the experiences of this population, so as to inform theory which influences psychological counseling services and the training of clinicians.

Your participation in this study is entirely anonymous. No identifying information will be connected to your responses.
Potential benefits of this study include furthering our understanding of African American/Black women’s body image and eating patterns. Your participation will be of great benefit to researchers and practitioners in the field of psychology, to build a better understanding of this under-served population.
The research will be conducted by a faculty member at the University of Hartford:
Christina M. Capodilupo, Ph.D.
Phone: (860) 768-5148.
Address: University of Hartford, 200 Bloomfield Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06117

TIME INVOLVEMENT: Your participation will take approximately 25-30 minutes..

HOW WILL RESULTS BE USED: The results of this study may be published and/or presented at various professional conferences in order to share the information.

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