Seminar: May 9th, 13 (CET), Carlos Ochoa: 'Framing effects on willingness to participate in geolocation-based research'



The internet and technological developments have provided researchers with the opportunity to capture new data types (e.g., images and passively collected data), which offer several advantages over conventional survey data. However, use of such data requires willing participants, who choose to voluntarily share such data.

Carlos Ochoa explores how the presentation of data sharing activities and the phrasing of questions designed to gain the consent of participants has an effect on how willing they are to take part and share their data in his research seminar titled:

Framing effects on willingness to participate in geolocation-based research.

Date: Tuesday 9 May

Time: 13 - 14.00 hrs (CET)

Room: 40.S03, Roger de Llúria building

In-person and online.

Please register online:

(Zoom link provided through online form).

Carlos Ochoa is a researcher at the Research and Expertise Centre for Survey Methodology (RECSM). He holds a degree in Telecommunications Engineering from Universitat Politènica de Catalunya (UPC) and is currently working on his PhD under the supervision of professor Melanie Revilla (UPF).



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