Written consent form i jaclyn coleman have been

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Written Consent Form I, Jaclyn Coleman have been assigned to prepare research in correlation with my ADV3500, Advertising Research class. The intent of this interview is to gather a view on why it is important to set attainable goals for professional career goals. The details within the following consent form are presented to you, so you make agree or decline to participate. Participation in this voluntary and all questions should be voluntarily answered if you feel comfortable talking on the proposed inquiry. If you wish to withdrawal from the interview, you may do so at any time. Upon your agreement to do the interview, questions may be asked in relation to your understanding, experience, and perceptions on the guiding question. With your knowledge and consent, the discussion will be recorded in order to provide accuracy when recalling your answers. The recording will be used only while writing a briefing on this interview and upon the completion of the assignment; the recording will be deleted completely. The interview should take 30 minutes. After the interview concludes, I will give you an explanation and debriefing on what will be done with your responses and how this is beneficial to the research being conducted. If any questions arise, please always ask them. You will be given a copy of this form for your records or to dispose of. Thank you, Jaclyn Coleman CONSENT STATEMENT: I have read the agreement and I will participate in this research study. I consent to being recorded to the extent of what I have been told. I am aware if any questions arise, I can reach the interviewee at (561)-843- 0663 ___________________________ _______________ (Signature of participant) (Today’s date)
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Jaclyn Coleman Initial Interview Guide Question “As a student of the University of Florida, why is it important to set attainable goals for getting a professional career?” Introduction Thank you so much, Anna for meeting me. As we quickly talked about at the end of class, I’m investigating why attainable goals are important for future professionals. Really, I am hoping you can provide personal insights and experiences, which led to your achievement. It is crucial for this interview to be treated more of as a discussion, so you can feel relaxed and at-ease. With that being said, I want to hear your perspective on this question. I want to understand what worked for you and why you chose the track you did. Rapport-Building Question Can you tell me a brief synopsis of yourself? What year are you and what is your major? Just add any other relevant information I should know before we officially get into the meat of the conversation. Interview Questions Are you currently a full-time student? How many classes are you in? How did you decide on your major? o What made you choose this major?
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