Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Survey Participants Needed for a Study on Black Women's Spirituality and Hip-Hop Music

 Survey Participants Needed for a Study on Black Women's Spirituality and Hip-Hop Music


My name is Anaya McMurray and I am a graduate student at the University of
Maryland, College Park. As a candidate seeking a PhD in Women¹s Studies I am
conducting research to explore the impact of spirituality on black women¹s
processes of creating and interpreting music. My goal is to learn more about
the meaning and significance of spirituality in the lives of black women in
the hip-hop generation.

Participation in the current phase of research would require anonymously
completing a survey. This survey is designed to gather opinions on
spirituality and music from black women in the hip-hop generation.

I am especially interested in the generation of black women born in a year
from 1971 through 1982 and raised in the U.S.

If you know someone who may be interested in participating please forward
this message and/or direct the person to the following link, where they can
complete and submit an online survey:

If there is a preference to complete a paper copy of the survey, it can be
downloaded at, printed, and
mailed to Anaya McMurray P.O. Box 29104 Chicago, Ill 60629-0104.

If you are interested in learning more about this study visit for a more detailed
description of my project: ŒTHE WHOLE AND NOT THE HALF OF IT¹: BLACK WOMEN¹S

Thank You,
Anaya McMurray

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