Welcome to this evaluation survey

This survey is being conducted by Knowledge & Impact Strategy Services Ltd, UK. 
https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-green-712b42165

It is being carried out on behalf of charitable research organizations  working in the field of ethnicity and race, discrimination, prejudice and related sociopolitical affairs. It aims to obtain insight and information in order to derive maximum impact and engagement from such organizations' publishing activities.

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This survey is for evaluation purposes only. Your responses will be processed for analysis and follow-up on issues raised. Responses may be shared with our clients, but no personal data will be shared.

Completing this survey will NOT add you to any marketing list. This survey can be completed in well under 10 minutes! Thank you for participating in our survey. Your feedback is very important and helpful to us.

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* 1. In what country do you work?

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* 2. What is your academic or professional role?

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* 3. Do you regularly read or consult articles, journals, books or websites in ethnicity, race, discrimination, prejudice and related sociopolitical subject areas?

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* 4. How do you select what content to read or consult? Please check any that apply.

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* 5. In your field of interest, what value do you place on the following types of published book, either in print or online? (1-5, where 1 is low and 5 is high)

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Single author long-form monograph (c. >100,000 words)
Single author short-form monograph (c.< 50,000 words)
Edited multi-author collection
Handbook or encyclopaedia
Textbook

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* 6. Do you consider book or article content to be more or less valued and of higher or lower quality if published in the following way? Please rank 1-5 where 1 is low and 5 is high.

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By a reputable university press
By a major commercial publisher
By a more specialist, niche publisher in the field
By the organization itself (self-publishing)

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* 7. Do you consider a publication to have more or less credibility and/or prestige if published:

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* 8. Would you value a publication more if published online as Open Access (OA) and therefore freely available to all?

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* 9. What is your view of 'Companion Websites' accompanying a publication, offering additional content and other resources such as web links, infographics and video materials of seminar discussions, lectures etc?

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* 10. Please give details of any websites you find especially useful in your work, and any suggestions about how to drive the maximum impact and engagement for an organization's content.

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