[Air-L] need help - sample surveys of social media advocacy campaign usability?

Whitney Quesenbery whitneyq at gmail.com
Sun Jul 29 08:07:51 PDT 2012


I'll keep my eyes out for you.
There's a lot of work in health literacy around the effectiveness of
campaigns - perhaps something there that you can adapt.

I'm currently looking for qualitative studies of civic engagement. I'm
particularly interested in what motives people to participate in
elections -- especially new immigrant citizens and young persons, but
more general studies also of interest.

Whitney Quesenbery
www.wqusability.com | @whitneyq

Storytelling for User Experience

On Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 7:58 AM, Radhika Gajjala <cyborgwati at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> This is just a call for help.
> Does anyone on list have sample (and what they think is a good one or two)
> surveys that are designed to test social media  advocacy/social justice
> campaign - usability survey that they can point me to?
> I find many usability surveys that test for how the interface is usable or
> not - but they dont necessarily test for the effectiveness of content in
> relation to conveying the social change and advocacy part ...
> thanks,
> r
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