The University of Reno, Nevada is conducting a study on “atheists’ involvement in secular organizations and their experiences of prejudice and discrimination.” According to BC Humanists, “They are especially looking for Canadians” interested in participating in the study.
This study will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. First, you will be asked about your identity as an atheist (by atheist, we mean a person who does not believe in god(s)), as well as your level of involvement in secular organizations (if any at all). Second, you will be asked some questions about your perceptions of attitudes and behaviors toward atheists. Third, you will be asked some questions about your overall well-being and basic demographic information. Please read the directions carefully and complete each section to the best of your ability.
This survey is for just for atheists:
Because this is a study about atheists’ experiences, you must identify as an atheist to participate (again, by atheist, we mean a person who does not believe in god(s)).
I filled out the survey; it took me less than 15 minutes, but I’m ashamed to admit that the one question I neglected to answer was
Which country do you live in currently?
Please fill out this online survey; the questions are thought provoking, and as the introductory page points out, you will get
the satisfaction of helping further our understanding of social psychology and the growing awareness and knowledge of atheists.