A research project entitled "The Antecedents of Community Citizenship Behavior in Health Social Networks Websites” at Dakota State University has been approved to survey our members. The purpose of the study is to explore the drivers of Community Citizenship Behaviors (CCB) in health social network sites (SNS). Specifically, it examines health SNS users’ psychological mechanisms represented by perceived social identity, empathic emotion, and perceived social support that might underlie users’ involvement in health SNS, which in turn influence their CCB. For this purpose, a questionnaire about users health SNS experience will be used. The questionnaire consists of 25 questions and will take approximately 20 minutes or less. This questionnaire will be conducted with an on-line Qualtrics-created survey. Eight of the participants who complete the survey will be awarded $50 based on a random drawing.
For questions concerning this survey please contact:
Mohammad Abdel-Rahman, graduate student
College of Business & Information Systems
Dakota State University
This survey has been approved by TuDiabetes Administration and respondents we have been assured that private information will be protected. We would encourage our members to help out this research.