Click here to take a short survey (less than 30 minutes) created by Peter Nagy, an academic fellow with Central European University in Budapest, who's using it for his a doctoral thesis, which is on "the relationship between offline and online identities and consumption practices in Second Life", as he describes it-- and he's paying the first 300 respondents L$1000 each to complete it.
I had a look at his questions, and they'll likely bring up some fascinating insights on that subject, which I'll be blogging about as the data comes available. More from Peter (whose SL account name is VirtualMesmer):
"I want to emphasize that of course all data will be stored securely and confidentiality is fully assured. Those data provided by the participants that may be of more personal nature only serves scientific purposes and will not be share with any other third parties." If you have any other questions or thoughts about the survey, please ask in Comments below, as I've encouraged Peter to address them there. And click here to take the survey itself.
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