I know this is cheeky, and is my first post. But here are 2 reasons why you should fill in my questionairre.
a) your responses will be used in my research and ill be very grateful.
b) im a student.
This questionairre is based around illegal downloading of music and will be used in my critical research exam. Obviously i dont expect to know your name etc.
Please answer each question with your Age/Sex/Occupation. as heading. Im not a real market researcher and unfortunatly i dont have any milky -ways or anything to give away, but im really gratfeul to those who do take the time to fill it out, even if it is brief.
Please e-mail replies (firstname.lastname@example.org) or preferably PM them too me,
Thanks, i appreciate people views on this and its likely you may be quoted in my exam (if your lucky
1) Do you have a broadband connection?
2) Do you download music regularly? If so how often:
Once a week
Once a month
I dont download
3) What do you do with the music file once downloaded:
(e.g. keep it, put on mp3 player - if so, model?, archive it, burn to cd)
Keep it/Temporarily keep it, and buy the album/Delete it after listening to it/Other please state
4) Do you use:
A free P2P application.
A subscription service e.g. Napster
Other service e.g. pay per track iTunes
5) Are you aware of the legal implications when downloading copyright material through Free P2P applications?
6)If Yes to question 5 and you do download via free P2P networks of no cost, how do you feel when you are downloading music (please write a sentence or two e.g. pleased, guilty)
7) P2P downloading is illegal under copyright laws. If you always had the choice of either downloading illegally through free p2p applications or using a paid subscription service and downloading legally, which would you choose, and why?
Feel free to write a sentence or so on your thoughts of illegal downloading.