Immigration has once again become an important topic in U.S. politics. Social work practitioners are, as usual, at the frontlines of the issue. Little, however, is known about social work practitioners’ views on immigration and immigrants. This study is designed to gather this information. We hope to use the data gathered here to aid us in formulating future practice, policy, and educational directions in social work. The survey will take 15-20 minutes.
This study is being conducted by Smith College. PROJECT NUMBER: 1718-058
APPROVAL DATE: 20-MAR-2018.
YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS STUDY IF:
- you have received a BSW and/or MSW degree, AND
- if your primary employment is as a social worker (providing services such as counseling, case management, administration, advocacy, community outreach, community organizing, etc.).
Exclusion from participation
- For the purposes of this study, faculty or academic appointment, student practicum placements, and volunteer service are NOT considered social work employment.
- If these roles are your only or primary contact with social work, you are not eligible to participate in this study
YOUR PARTICIPATION IS VOLUNTARY AND ANONYMOUS.
- You have the right not to answer any single question, as well as to withdraw completely from the study at any point during the process.
- We will not track your IP address and will not have any way of linking your answers to your computer or your email address.