Carleton University graduate student looking for volunteers for an interview to discuss their opinions on the proposed CCTV Pilot Project in the ByWard Market. The study aims to understand how and why individuals support or resist the introduction of open-street surveillance cameras. Understanding why people support or resist CCTV, and what actions they take is essential to understanding the politics behind implementing CCTV.
To be eligible you must be at least 18 years old and comfortable in the English language.
The interview would take approximately 30 minutes and would be focused on your thoughts about implementing open-street CCTV surveillance in Ottawa. Interviews would take place via Zoom; these interviews would be audio and video recorded with the consent of the participant.
All data gathered from interviews would be anonymous, and participants would have the right to withdraw from the study up to four weeks after the interview was completed.
If you are interested, please email Diana Cave at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details on participating.
This research has been cleared by Carleton University Research Ethics Board A Clearance #116136
Should you have any ethical concerns with the study, please contact the REB Chair, Carleton University Research Ethics Board-A by email: email@example.com. For all other questions about the study, please contact the researcher.