Research on RAF Family Communication

The Veterans and Families Institute for Military Social Research (VFI) are currently undertaking a study exploring how RAF families communicate during periods of separation in light of the rise of social media and internet based communication in the last decade. Why not share your thoughts for a chance to win an Amazon voucher!

VFI at Anglia Ruskin University are looking for RAF families to share their experiences of Serving parent-child communication during separation, looking from traditional communication methods (i.e., emails, phone calls and letters) to the use of internet-based technologies (i.e., FaceTime, Skype, Instant messaging and social media).

They are asking RAF Families to help with this project. If you are a RAF child aged between 11-21 years or the partner of current RAF serving personnel with children under 18 – they want to learn from your experiences. You’ll be invited to take part in a short virtual interview or a focus group.

Research on RAF Family Communication

All taking part will be entered into a raffle to win Amazon Vouchers.

For more info or to take part get in touch with Abigail Wood, abigail.wood@aru.ac.uk

 

See also: Single Living Accommodation Survey

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