Daughters of the Revolution: A Survey

I meant to plug this yesterday. Whoops. Anyway, Georgia State University is doing a survey called Daughters of the Revolution: Females Born in the ’70’s & Early ’80’s, Writing, and the Digital Revolution. It’s for American women born between 1970 and 1985. If you qualify, I urge you to go take it. I know I did.

Via Netwoman.

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3 Responses to Daughters of the Revolution: A Survey

  1. Darth Sidhe says:

    Er, teminology note: “whoops” is probably what you’re looking for if you mean an exclamation of dismay. “Wops” is a derogatory term for Italians. :P

  2. tekanji says:

    No, I meant “wops” but I was unaware that it was a derogatory term for Italians. I’ll edit the post due to that, but grr stupid racist slur taking away my ability to skew “whoops” into somethings silly sounding…

  3. Killer B says:

    Neato! My master’s thesis is going to be somewhat similar – female/feminist videobloggers and new media, etc. I’ll go take this right now! Thanks tekanji!

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