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1 Summary April 15, 2014 PRELIMINARY WEB SURVEY RESULTS AHRB Centre for Asian & African Studies

2 1 WEB-SURVEY BACKGROUND Launched at the end of March, 2004, in order to obtain quantitative feedback from Centre participants Between March 25 th and April 27 th (one month), the survey was completed by 86 respondents – Following results are based on this 1 month – Representing approx. 9% response rate (86 out of approx. 1,000 members on Centres list) Survey located at: mercury.soas.ac.uk/literatures/qnaire.htm Print out of survey questions available

3 2 Overall THE CENTRES IMPACT HAS BEEN VERY POSITIVE *TBD Source:AHRB Centre web survey The Centre is strongest on –Its overall impact –Its impact on promoting comparative and interdisciplinary methodologies through its Research Projects and Workshops To date, the Centre has had a Neutral or Positive impact in terms of helping researchers publish Individual research of participants Professional networks of participants Student opportunities Publication output of participants Area of impact on comparative study of literature and culture Methodologies in the field through Centres Workshop format Percent of respondents Legend Positive or highly positive Neutral Negative or highly negative

4 3 THE CENTRES IMPACT COMES MAINLY THROUGH ITS PROJECT WORKSHOPS, PUBLIC LECTURES, AND SEMINAR SERIES Project workshops Public lectures Seminar series PhD training PhD grants Other 100% = 86 respondents Participation in Centre programmesCross-programme participation Just 1 programme 2 programmes 3 or more programmes 100% = 86 respondents

5 4 THE CENTRE ATTRACTED PARTICIPANTS FROM A WIDE RANGE OF DISCIPLINES AND GEOGRAPHICAL SPECIALTIES Literary studies only Literary studies plus expertise in 1 or more other discipline(s) Non-literary studies only 100% = 86 respondents Academic discipline of participants Geographical specialization of participants Western Europe Americas Africa 100% = 86 respondents Asia Eastern Europe Middle East


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