Survey on Brunei Government Scholarships Abroad

This post hasn't been updated in over 3 years.

As part of my MA in Digital Sociology this year, I’m doing a class on research methods. I’m interested in finding out the perspectives of Brunei residents on government scholarships, particularly those that send students abroad for higher education.

The survey is currently running (edited) CLOSED; the last day will be 4 April 2014 (UK time).

Survey has ended! Thank you!

I have a totally unrealistic goal of getting 100 responses, so if you like the survey, I appreciate if you could share or tweet this page, or the above survey link. (Note on privacy: The short URL collects statistics on where a visitor clicks from, but otherwise doesn’t collect any personal data. See is.gd’s ethics information.)

Results will also be posted here. If I do not reach the 100-response mark, I will still share the figures. More information here on the research rationale, design, etc.

Updates!
  • 2 Apr 2014:
    This morning I woke up to over 100 responses! It took just a little over 2 days. Thanks so much everyone for your responses! I am especially thankful to everyone who shared and tweeted the survey – I know it doesn’t take much to click the “share” button, but I’m feeling full of gratitude and fluffy feelings at the moment! I can only guess that the survey took off because its topic was something you guys were interested in. So, I’ve decided to keep the survey open for anyone who still wants to participate, but I have changed the last day from 5 April to 4 April. Thanks again all.
    🙂
  • 5 Apr 2014:
    The survey has been closed! Thank you!
    😀
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Mini-Project: #brunei Complaints

This post hasn't been updated in over 3 years.

On Oct 01, 2011, I tweeted:

What if all the public complaints in Brunei for the last 7 days could be compiled and we actually tried to do something about it? #Brunei

(Who would’ve thought that I’d ever <blockquote> my own words? Ahem.)

This turned out a lot longer than intended, so here’s a teeny Table of Contents for you:

BackgroundThe ListConclusionsNotes [Separate Page]

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