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To what extent does this blog, or other online sources, influence your views about marriage and the marriage debate?

That’s the sort of question Pamela Brubaker, an instructor and Ph.D. candidate in the College of Communications at Pennsylvania State University, is investigating. She writes:

I am conducting research for my dissertation at Penn State (USA) and am looking at the use of online sources (particularly blogs and online news sites) for news and information about how marriage is defined within the United States.

For this study I am soliciting the help of blog readers who believe in marriage (marriage between men and women and/or same-sex marriage).

Currently, I need more participants who believe in and support marriage between men and women and thought some of your readers may share this view. (Emphasis added.)

Share your opinions by Nov. 7. Click here to take the survey, or copy and paste this link into your browser: http://pennstatecomm.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_5q0jBQGKH2DXFWs

The survey takes less than 15 minutes to complete. You are eligible to participate if you are at least 18 years old. This research study is being conducted as part of a doctoral dissertation at The Pennsylvania State University. It is NOT funded or commissioned by any political, religious, or advocacy organization.

Over to you, readers. I just did the survey.

Carolyn Moynihan

Carolyn Moynihan is the former deputy editor of MercatorNet