"Scenes of Heritage" survey information sheet

Background

The University of York would like to invite you to take part in the following research project: Scenes of Heritage

 Before agreeing to take part, please read this information sheet carefully and let us know if anything is unclear or you would like further information.  

 What is the purpose of the study?
This research is investigating the cultural heritage of live music venues in the UK in the aims of providing a heritage basis to protect live music venues which are presently at risk of closure.

This research is being carried out by Tom Reed at the University of York and has been subject to ethical approval by Colleen Morgan chair of the Ethics Committee (colleen.morgan@york.ac.uk)

Participants will be requested to complete an online survey and/or take part in a semi structured interview to be conducted by Tom Reed at a mutually agreed location

Participants will be asked to share personal experiences and memories which in some cased may prove traumatic – they will have the right to withdraw at any time.

No payment will be provided or expenses covered.

 Survey results will be shared online after the conclusion of the study

Why have I been invited to take part?
You have been invited to take part because you are a member of an online live music community or have recently attended a live music event

Do I have to take part?
No, participation is optional. If you do decide to take part, you will be given a copy of this information sheet for your records and will be asked to complete a participant information form. If you change your mind at any point during the study, you will be able to withdraw your participation without having to provide a reason.

On what basis will you process my data?
Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the University has to identify a legal basis for processing personal data and, where appropriate, an additional condition for processing special category data.

In line with our charter which states that we advance learning and knowledge by teaching and research, the University processes personal data for research purposes under Article 6 (1) (e) of the GDPR:   

Processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest

 Special category data is processed under Article 9 (2) (j):

 Processing is necessary for archiving purposes in the public interest, or scientific and historical research purposes or statistical purposes

Research will only be undertaken where ethical approval has been obtained, where there is a clear public interest and where appropriate safeguards have been put in place to protect data.

In line with ethical expectations and in order to comply with common law duty of confidentiality, we will seek your consent to participate where appropriate. This consent will not, however, be our legal basis for processing your data under the GDPR.  

How will you use my data?
Data will be processed for the purposes outlined in this notice.

Will you share my data with 3rd parties?
Anonymised data may be reused by the research team or other third parties for secondary research purposes.  

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* "Scenes of Heritage" survey information sheet

Background

The University of York would like to invite you to take part in the following research project: Scenes of Heritage

 Before agreeing to take part, please read this information sheet carefully and let us know if anything is unclear or you would like further information.  

 What is the purpose of the study?
This research is investigating the cultural heritage of live music venues in the UK in the aims of providing a heritage basis to protect live music venues which are presently at risk of closure.

This research is being carried out by Tom Reed at the University of York and has been subject to ethical approval by Colleen Morgan chair of the Ethics Committee (colleen.morgan@york.ac.uk)

Participants will be requested to complete an online survey and/or take part in a semi structured interview to be conducted by Tom Reed at a mutually agreed location

Participants will be asked to share personal experiences and memories which in some cased may prove traumatic – they will have the right to withdraw at any time.

No payment will be provided or expenses covered.

 Survey results will be shared online after the conclusion of the study

Why have I been invited to take part?
You have been invited to take part because you are a member of an online live music community or have recently attended a live music event

Do I have to take part?
No, participation is optional. If you do decide to take part, you will be given a copy of this information sheet for your records and will be asked to complete a participant information form. If you change your mind at any point during the study, you will be able to withdraw your participation without having to provide a reason.

On what basis will you process my data?
Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the University has to identify a legal basis for processing personal data and, where appropriate, an additional condition for processing special category data.

In line with our charter which states that we advance learning and knowledge by teaching and research, the University processes personal data for research purposes under Article 6 (1) (e) of the GDPR:   

Processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest

 Special category data is processed under Article 9 (2) (j):

 Processing is necessary for archiving purposes in the public interest, or scientific and historical research purposes or statistical purposes

Research will only be undertaken where ethical approval has been obtained, where there is a clear public interest and where appropriate safeguards have been put in place to protect data.

In line with ethical expectations and in order to comply with common law duty of confidentiality, we will seek your consent to participate where appropriate. This consent will not, however, be our legal basis for processing your data under the GDPR.  

How will you use my data?
Data will be processed for the purposes outlined in this notice.

Will you share my data with 3rd parties?
Anonymised data may be reused by the research team or other third parties for secondary research purposes.  

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How will you keep my data secure?

The University will put in place appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect your personal data and/or special category data. For the purposes of this project we will, store all data anonymously on a password protected laptop and googledrive.

Information will be treated confidentiality and shared on a need-to-know basis only. The University is committed to the principle of data protection by design and default and will collect the minimum amount of data necessary for the project. In addition, we will anonymise or pseudonymise data wherever possible.  

Will you transfer my data internationally?
Possibly. The University’s cloud storage solution is provided by Google which means that data can be located at any of Google’s globally spread data centres. The University has data protection complaint arrangements in place with this provider. For further information see, https://www.york.ac.uk/it-services/google/policy/privacy/.

Will I be identified in any research outputs?
All surveys will be conducted anonymously and no names will be recorded or attached to interview transcripts. Any identifying remarks will be redacted.

How long will you keep my data?
Data will be retained in line with legal requirements or where there is a business need. Retention timeframes will be determined in line with the University’s Records Retention Schedule.   

 

What rights do I have in relation to my data?
Under the GDPR, you have a general right of access to your data, a right to rectification, erasure, restriction, objection or portability. You also have a right to withdrawal. Please note, not all rights apply where data is processed purely for research purposes. For further information see, https://www.york.ac.uk/records-management/generaldataprotectionregulation/individualsrights/.

 Questions or concerns
If you have any questions about this participant information sheet or concerns about how your data is being processed, please contact Colleen Morgan in the first instance. If you are still dissatisfied, please contact the University’s Acting Data Protection Officer at dataprotection@york.ac.uk.

Right to complain
If you are unhappy with the way in which the University has handled your personal data, you have a right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office. For information on reporting a concern to the Information Commissioner’s Office, see www.ico.org.uk/concerns.

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How will you keep my data secure?

The University will put in place appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect your personal data and/or special category data. For the purposes of this project we will, store all data anonymously on a password protected laptop and googledrive.

Information will be treated confidentiality and shared on a need-to-know basis only. The University is committed to the principle of data protection by design and default and will collect the minimum amount of data necessary for the project. In addition, we will anonymise or pseudonymise data wherever possible.  

Will you transfer my data internationally?
Possibly. The University’s cloud storage solution is provided by Google which means that data can be located at any of Google’s globally spread data centres. The University has data protection complaint arrangements in place with this provider. For further information see, https://www.york.ac.uk/it-services/google/policy/privacy/.

Will I be identified in any research outputs?
All surveys will be conducted anonymously and no names will be recorded or attached to interview transcripts. Any identifying remarks will be redacted.

How long will you keep my data?
Data will be retained in line with legal requirements or where there is a business need. Retention timeframes will be determined in line with the University’s Records Retention Schedule.   

 

What rights do I have in relation to my data?
Under the GDPR, you have a general right of access to your data, a right to rectification, erasure, restriction, objection or portability. You also have a right to withdrawal. Please note, not all rights apply where data is processed purely for research purposes. For further information see, https://www.york.ac.uk/records-management/generaldataprotectionregulation/individualsrights/.

 Questions or concerns
If you have any questions about this participant information sheet or concerns about how your data is being processed, please contact Colleen Morgan in the first instance. If you are still dissatisfied, please contact the University’s Acting Data Protection Officer at dataprotection@york.ac.uk.

Right to complain
If you are unhappy with the way in which the University has handled your personal data, you have a right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office. For information on reporting a concern to the Information Commissioner’s Office, see www.ico.org.uk/concerns.

Consent Form for Live Music Audiences Survey
By completing this survey I confirm that:

·         I voluntarily agree to take part in this study.

·         I am over 18 years of age.

·         I have read the information sheet for the project and fully understand its content.

·         I agree that I will, to the best of my ability, answer honestly and accurately.

·         I give consent for my answers to contribute to data sets collected for this dissertation.

If you do not comply with these conditions then you are not authorised to complete this survey

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* Consent Form for Live Music Audiences Survey
By completing this survey I confirm that:

·         I voluntarily agree to take part in this study.

·         I am over 18 years of age.

·         I have read the information sheet for the project and fully understand its content.

·         I agree that I will, to the best of my ability, answer honestly and accurately.

·         I give consent for my answers to contribute to data sets collected for this dissertation.

If you do not comply with these conditions then you are not authorised to complete this survey

Gender

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* Gender

Location

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* Location

Age

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* Age

At what age did you attend your first live music gig?

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* At what age did you attend your first live music gig?

In the past 5 years approximately how many live music events have you attended on average per year?

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* In the past 5 years approximately how many live music events have you attended on average per year?

Of the live music events you have attended in the past 5 years how approximately many have you travelled 30mins or less to?

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* Of the live music events you have attended in the past 5 years how approximately many have you travelled 30mins or less to?

Of the live music events you have attended in the past 5 years how approximately many have you travelled 90mins or more to?

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* Of the live music events you have attended in the past 5 years how approximately many have you travelled 90mins or more to?

Do you go to fewer or more gigs than you did 5 years ago?

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* Do you go to fewer or more gigs than you did 5 years ago?

For questions the next set of questions please read the statements and rate the level to which you agree/disagree with them

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* For questions the next set of questions please read the statements and rate the level to which you agree/disagree with them

"Going to live music events gives me a sense of identity"

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* "Going to live music events gives me a sense of identity"

"Going to live music events makes me feel like part of a wider community"

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* "Going to live music events makes me feel like part of a wider community"

"I have personally experienced or witnessed a sense of tradition amongst live music audiences"

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* "I have personally experienced or witnessed a sense of tradition amongst live music audiences"

"There are one or more venues that hold special meaning or memories for me and/or my live music community"

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* "There are one or more venues that hold special meaning or memories for me and/or my live music community"

"Live music venues are more than just spaces for bands to play"

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* "Live music venues are more than just spaces for bands to play"

"I will travel further than usual to see a band with friends"

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* "I will travel further than usual to see a band with friends"

"I will travel further than usual to see a band at a venue that holds significance for me"

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* "I will travel further than usual to see a band at a venue that holds significance for me"

"I regularly travel long distances to gigs because there are not enough venues close to me"

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* "I regularly travel long distances to gigs because there are not enough venues close to me"

"There are too many gig venues close to me"

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* "There are too many gig venues close to me"

"There are not enough gig venues close to me"

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* "There are not enough gig venues close to me"

"I would go to more gigs if there were more venues close to me"

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* "I would go to more gigs if there were more venues close to me"

"If one or more of my local venues were to close I would be able to attend fewer gigs"

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* "If one or more of my local venues were to close I would be able to attend fewer gigs"

"I enjoy going to gigs at venues I have not visited before"

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* "I enjoy going to gigs at venues I have not visited before"

"I go to gigs for the social experience as much as or more than the performance"

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* "I go to gigs for the social experience as much as or more than the performance"

"All venues have a unique sense of history and character"

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* "All venues have a unique sense of history and character"

"A venues history and character is not as important to me as my own experiences of it"

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* "A venues history and character is not as important to me as my own experiences of it"

"A venues cultural value is as (or more) important than its economic value"

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* "A venues cultural value is as (or more) important than its economic value"

Have you ever formally expressed objection to the closure of the live music venue (e.g by signing a petition)?

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* Have you ever formally expressed objection to the closure of the live music venue (e.g by signing a petition)?

Which of the following apply to you? (select any which apply)

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* Which of the following apply to you? (select any which apply)

Which aspect of a gig to you feel has greater value?

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* Which aspect of a gig to you feel has greater value?

Which aspect of a gig venue holds greater importance to you?

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* Which aspect of a gig venue holds greater importance to you?

Has a venue with personal significance to you closed within the past 5 years?

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* Has a venue with personal significance to you closed within the past 5 years?

In your own words tell us why music venues (specific venues or venues in general) are important to you.

If you do not wish to complete this section please comment with "N/A" (but your comments are highly appreciated). If you wish to add comments at a later time please email them to tr753@york.ac.uk under the subject "Scenes of heritage comments"
Any identifying comments will be redacted before results are published.

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* In your own words tell us why music venues (specific venues or venues in general) are important to you.

If you do not wish to complete this section please comment with "N/A" (but your comments are highly appreciated). If you wish to add comments at a later time please email them to tr753@york.ac.uk under the subject "Scenes of heritage comments"
Any identifying comments will be redacted before results are published.

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