See call for ‘farmers’ daughters’ for PhD research project by Leonnie Blumson from University of South Australia.

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From: Blumson, Leonnie Fay - linlf001 []
Sent: Thursday, 11 August 2016 1:39 PM
To: Julie Kesby
Subject: Seeking 'farmers' daughters' for research project



Hi Julie,


I am a PhD student with the University of South Australia, conducting a research project involving daughters of Australian primary producers (aka farmers) for my thesis. I am now seeking 'farmers' daughters' from across Australia to participate in an internet-based study.


I am hoping that you can help me in spreading the word to attract participants from this difficult-to-access population by posting a message to the Institute of Australian Geographers Facebook page. Suggested wording for the message is provided below, if this is helpful. Alternatively, information may be extracted from the attached flyer.


Women who grew up on family farms and other primary production properties across Australia needed to participate in research into family inheritance, via online discussion groups. Participation is anonymous. Interested women can find more information and register at


This research has been approved by the University of South Australia's Human Research Ethics Committee.


I may be contacted using details provided below if anyone has any questions.


Kind regards



Leonnie Blumson BPsych(Hons)

PhD(Psych) Candidate

School of Psychology, Social Work & Social Policy

University of South Australia

P: 08 8285 8388





PO Box 7916, CANBERRA BC 2610, Australia

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