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The Use of Space in a Contemporary Social Movement (misc) [edit] [flag] Last Updated: 2008-06-14

Let's talk punk. I'm a graduate student in the Department of Sociology at The Ohio State University looking for people to talk to about punk rock and related music for a social research project. The project is aimed at better understanding the importance of music venues and live concerts in punk rock culture. To thank you for your time and for sharing your thoughts, you will receive a $10 gift card. If you choose to participate, know that you can cease that participation at any time and still receive the gift card. I plan to ask you a number of in-depth questions regarding your experiences, past or present, with punk rock culture and music. I'll ask about your ideas and experiences regarding punk itself, your personal opinions in general, your thoughts about music, and things of a similar nature. You may refuse to answer any of these questions for any reason at any time. Everything we talk about will be kept strictly confidential and your identity will remain anonymous. If you have any questions about the study or are interested in participating, please feel free to email me at debies-carl.1@sociology.osu.edu, or call me at (614) 841-0331. You can also contact my advisor, Professor Townsand Price-Spratlen, by email at price-spratlen.1@sociology.osu.edu, or by phone at (614) 292-5598.

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