CPRN - Research Materials for Comparative Privacy Research

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  1. Dmitry Epstein

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Description: Researchers are encouraged to share their materials here, including those created for unpublished studies (e.g. Bachelor and Master theses), to facilitate cross-cultural privacy research. This repository merely curates research materials, and does not review or validate their quality. However, we ask contributors to state information about the materials reliability and validity and provide links or citation to relevant publications. Furthermore, researchers interested in sharing their materials should make sure they hold the relevant rights to do so. The repository is curated by the Comparative Privacy Research Network (www.comparativeresearch.org).

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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How can I share my materials? Please have a look at already published entries. Create a similar PDF that contains all information about how to use the material. Send the document to philipp.masur@uni-mainz.de. It will then be uploaded to the repository. The PDF document should include at least the following: - Title of the instrument - Short description of the instrument - Citation informati...

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