Participant Consent From
PURPOSE: The purpose of 'Participant Consent' is to ensure that the Participant fully consents to the research project before taking part.RECORDING/TRANSCRIPTIONS: Participants are aware that all interviews will be recorded and saved under the University of Leeds Data handling, compliance and regulation principles. All participant data will be anonymised through the masking process. PROJECT INFORMATION: The project will aim to insight conversations around the social interaction of Chinese International students within the UK before and after COVID-19. ACCESS: All participants accepts that upon taking part he/she needs to access to PC, laptop, or mobile device have a good internet connection and be able to navigate Microsoft teams in order to have an efficient interview.PARTICIPANT RIGHTS: The participants can withdraw his/her consent at any time and choose to no longer participate at any point during the research. Participants will also have the opportunity to review their own transcripts and remove anything they wish from entering the report findings.
By signing this form,
I have read and understood the project information sheet which outlines the purpose and the nature of the research project and I am fully informed. I understand that I can withdraw from the project at any point without repercussion. I understand that all the data collated in the research project will be fully anonymised through the removal of names through using the masking process.I understand that this research project is voluntary and there will be no beneficiaries for taking part. I understand that that data generated from the research will be saved securely on the University M drive and password protected. I understand that I will not be expected to have my camera on during the interview but if I choose to do so, I am aware that personal belongings in the background may be viewed by the interviewer. I accept that all of the information collected will be kept confidential, unless the safety of the participant are in danger and if so then confidentiality will be compromised, and participants will be directed to the appropriate support services.