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    My name is Greg Hall a graduate student in the Sociology department in the University at Buffalo. I am working on my Master's thesis and I am looking to speak with reenactors over the phone regarding their experiences. If you are interested please contact me at gmhall@buffalo.edu.

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    Hasn't Mr. Hall posted this previously within the last 6-12 months? If I'm not mistaken he has or a similiar post. Onece I responded to it and whomever did not bother to answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radar View Post
    Hasn't Mr. Hall posted this previously within the last 6-12 months? If I'm not mistaken he has or a similiar post. Onece I responded to it and whomever did not bother to answer.

    Just asking.
    Yes, I responded last summer, did a phone interview, got a gift card from him as promised. Seemed a nice fellow who asked intelligent questions.

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    Yes, Mr. Hall has posted before--the progression looks like the normal one of a thesis student, especially one in a program where the master's ramps directly into the doctorate without so much as a week off between terms. Many social science programs follow the path of the dissertation being an expansion of the thesis.

    University protocols normally have a 'human subject' release, with all questions being approved by a supervising committee. At least, that's what I had to do at each level of human research.
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