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  • Firefighter Thesis Research for San Diego State University.

    Dear Fire Fighter Friends:

    I am conducting research for my thesis at San Diego State University. My study focuses on firefighters, specifically, the emotions involved in the job, and the interactions between co-workers. I would appreciate it, if you would complete my online interview. The interview consist of twenty-three open ended questions, and will take only about 30 minutes.

    Click below to begin the interview:
    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?s...w8o9BYMA_3d_3d

    Feel free to e-mail me [email protected] or call 619-312-0486, with any questions. I really appreciate your input and participation.

    Thanks,
    Kim Scruton
    Posted By Nick Yarnes (Jetsettingfire1)

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    Originally posted by Jetsettingfire1 View Post
    Dear Fire Fighter Friends:

    I am conducting research for my thesis at San Diego State University. My study focuses on firefighters, specifically, the emotions involved in the job, and the interactions between co-workers. I would appreciate it, if you would complete my online interview. The interview consist of twenty-three open ended questions, and will take only about 30 minutes.

    Click below to begin the interview:
    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?s...w8o9BYMA_3d_3dIvy HotelHumphrys Hotel San Diego

    Feel free to e-mail me [email protected] or call 619-312-0486, with any questions. I really appreciate your input and participation.

    Thanks,
    Kim Scruton
    Posted By Nick Yarnes (Jetsettingfire1)
    Well based on the date of this post, I am way late and you have already gotten the info and completed your thesis.
    Did you get a lot of responses from this site? I am new here and find it very useful and informative. The brotherhood of firefighters is an incredible bond. What a great feeling!
    Last edited by jonhults; 09-15-2009, 04:41 PM.

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