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A call to participate in a Thai - German couple research

เรียน ทุกท่านที่เสียสละเวลาและให้เกียรติ
ขอความร่วมมือในการให้ข้อมูลการสำรวจในแบบสอบถามนี้ ด้านล่าง

Dear all,
I am an M.A. student at Kasetsart University, Bangkok and I am currently doing a research on (1) the verbal and nonverbal communication and (2) relationship satisfaction of intercultural Thai-German couples. This research is being conducted in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut, Bangkok.

At this point in time, the study involves a questionnaire regarding the communication between you and your partner and the satisfaction with your relationship. After the initial data analysis, personal interviews with some of the participants will also be conducted. The research results will be published in an academic journal before the end of 2016.
Please note, in order to be eligible to participate in this study you need to be:

1. Over 15 years old
2. Either of Thai or German nationality
3. Currently involved in a romantic Thai-German relationship or marriage

If you fulfill all of the above criteria, please feel free to click on the following link which will redirect you to the questionnaire in the:

English version:, or alternatively to the Thai version (เวอร์ชั่นภาษาไทย):

Otherwise, you can also repost this information or forward the link to any eligible couple you might know.

Thank you for the time you will invest to help improve this research. The data collected will provide valuable information regarding the dynamics of Thai-German relationships. If you have any additional questions or would like to sign up for the interview directly, feel free to contact the researcher at: [email protected].

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Update April 27, 2016

A call to participate in a Thai - German couple research

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