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Interested in the concept of raising the profile of sexual-diversity issues in J-school instruction? Please help us by answering these questions. It should only take you 3-4 minutes to complete the survey.

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  1. I am interested in the work of Annenberg SOIN for these reasons:



  2. I am interested in joining the effort to raise the profile of sexual-diversity issues in journalism instruction.

  3. I’d be interested in attending a future national meeting specific to that effort.



  4. My evaluation of the SOIN website on a scale from 1 (Poor) to 10 (Excellent):

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  5. I’d like to see the following included on the website:





  6. Please include me on your e-mail list to receive information and updates.



  7. My school’s journalism program offers a separate course devoted to coverage of sexual-diversity issues.

    This course fulfills a university/college diversity requirement.

  8. Aside from such a course, covering sexual-diversity issues is integrated into the following course(s) of my journalism program:



  9. Our faculty are encouraged to include coverage of sexual-diversity issues in their courses.

    This encouragement takes the following form:
    Verbal
    In teaching evaluations
    Other:

  10. On a scale of 1 (unimportant) to 10 (extremely important), here’s how I rank the importance of addressing coverage of sexual-diversity issues in journalism instruction

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