University of West London Research Study on the Effect of COVID-19 National Lockdown on Non-Resident Father's Parent-Child Relationships

Dyllan Eagles and his supervisor Dr Ben Hine from the University of West London are recruiting participants for their research project on the Effect of COVID-19 National Lockdown on Non-Resident Father's Parent-Child Relationships.

The recruitment graphic below contains a short summary of the study and a link to a pre-screening questionnaire for all interested individuals.

 Research Participant Graphic

This research aims to examine the effect of the COVID-19 national lockdown on non-resident father's parent-child relationships. Data for the study will be collected using semi-structured interviews with individuals who have first-hand experience of parental alienation. 

Therefore, they are looking to recruit participants who fit the following criteria; 

1.      Male.

2.      Have been a victim of parental alienation during the COVID-19 national lockdown.

3.      Currently a non-residential father.

4.      Currently living within the UK.

ACTION - Please Help with an Academic Research Study into the effect of Covid-19 National Lockdown on Non-Resident Father's Parent-Child Relationship and Parental Alienation

We are encouraging FNF members and subscribers to help them with their research. If you have any questions, please email us at admin@fnf.org.uk

 

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