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The following text is my assurance to you that I will keep your data confidential. The people with access to your content are: myself, my research assistant, my academic advisor, and the Institutional Review Board at UCLA. Wix, Zoom, and PollEverywhere may see your data, but will not sell or disclose to others/third-parties.

Please read, register your consent, and download your copy. 

UCLA Institutional Review Board Consent Form

University of California, Los Angeles

 

RESEARCH INFORMATION SHEET

 

Marketing and Media Representations of Fatherhood 

IRB# 18-000136-CR-00001

 

INTRODUCTION

 

Jessica Huerta, M.A., is the Principal Investigator and Dr. Abigail Saguy is the Faculty Sponsor, from the Sociology Department at the University of California, Los Angeles. Jess and her research assistant Alexis Garfinkel are conducting a research study. This study is being funded by The Pat Tillman Foundation. You were selected as a possible participant in this study because you are an English speaking adult that may have opinions about fatherhood.  Your participation in this research study is voluntary. 

 

WHAT SHOULD I KNOW ABOUT A RESEARCH STUDY?

·       Someone will explain this research study to you.

·       Whether or not you take part is up to you.

·       You can choose not to take part.

·       You can agree to take part and later change your mind.

·       Your decision will not be held against you.

·       You can ask all the questions you want before you decide.

 

WHY IS THIS RESEARCH BEING DONE?

 

To understand contemporary ideas about fatherhood dynamics regarding gender, race, class, and occupations.

HOW LONG WILL THE RESEARCH LAST AND WHAT WILL I NEED TO DO?

 

Participation will take a total of about 30 minutes. When appropriate, the study may involve a follow-up for requests for individual videos accomplished via zoom.

 

IF YOU AGREE TO PARTICIPATE, THE RESEARCHER MAY ASK YOU TO DO THE FOLLOWING:

 

·       Attend presentation in-person or virtually

·       Register for Poll Everywhere via cell phone or laptop

·       Answer questions about dads in the news, new products, and fatherhood dynamics

·       Discuss with a group

·       Consent to video and audio recording

 

ARE THERE ANY RISKS IF I PARTICIPATE?

 

·       There is no risk in the 1 on 1 interview.

·       In the focus group, the risk is having “important others” disagree with you during this discussion

ARE THERE ANY BENEFITS IF I PARTICIPATE?

You may benefit from the study by learning about new gear and social dynamics for dads.

The results of the research will be included in my dissertation and published in the dissertation database of UCLA. It could also be published as a book in the future. You would be contributing to how dads are perceived in this generation and the next.

WHAT CHOICES DO I HAVE IF I DON'T AGREE TO PARTICIPATE?

You can leave the session and not register in my poll everywhere activities or website. I can delete your registration and data.

HOW WILL INFORMATION ABOUT ME AND MY PARTICIPATION BE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL?

 

First, you do not need to enter your entire name in the registration for Poll Everywhere or Zoom. Second, I ask participants to write their ticket number in the demographic form. Data and analysis will use that ticket number as an identifier, as names associated from the consent-registration will be not be matched. Study data will be physically and electronically secured. As with any use of electronic means to store data, there is a risk of breach of data security but your personal information will not be part of that data. 

USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION THAT CAN IDENTIFY YOU:

The only way you can be identified would be the registration on Wix & PollEverywhere and if fellow participants refer to you by name. Your consent-registration will not be matched with your session(s) data. 

HOW INFORMATION WILL BE STORED:

This will be stored in my laptop, Google Drive, Zoom cloud, and when in person - the Quik app for GoPro.

PEOPLE AND AGENCIES THAT MAY ACCESS YOUR DATA:

My research assistant Alexis Garfinkel and I will access the study content. Authorized UCLA IRB personnel and the faculty-study sponsor, Dr. Abigail Saguy, may have access to study data and records to monitor the study. Wix, Zoom, and PollEverywhere will have access to data, but per the terms and conditions, as a paid service, they are subject to confidentiality. Research records provided to authorized, non-UCLA personnel will not contain identifiable information about you. Upon request from fellow social scientists, my data may be accessed for scientific auditing but will not include any personal identifying information. Publications and/or presentations that result from this study will not identify you by name.

HOW LONG THE INFORMATION WILL BE KEPT:

Your de-identified data may be kept for use in future research up to 50 years from this date.

WILL I BE PAID FOR MY PARTICIPATION?

You will not be paid for your participation in this research study.

WHO CAN I CONTACT IF I HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS STUDY?

If you have any questions, comments or concerns about the research, you can talk to the one of the researchers. Please contact: Jessica Huerta via jhuerta@ucla.edu and Dr. Abigail Saguy saguy@soc.ucla.edu.

UCLA Office of the Human Research Protection Program (OHRPP):

If you have questions about your rights as a research subject, or you have concerns or suggestions and you want to talk to someone other than the researchers, you may contact the UCLA OHRPP by phone: (310) 206-2040; by email: participants@research.ucla.edu or by mail: Box 951406, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1406.

WHAT ARE MY RIGHTS IF I TAKE PART IN THIS STUDY?

·       You can choose whether or not you want to be in this study, and you may withdraw your consent and discontinue participation at any time.

·       Whatever decision you make, there will be no penalty to you, and no loss of benefits to which you were otherwise entitled. 

·       You may refuse to answer any questions that you do not want to answer and still remain in the study.

 

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