Today Anzac Day is being marked at many different locations all around the world.
This survey is part of a project exploring the meaning and history of Anzac Day. It involves researchers in Australia, Aotearoa/New Zealand, Singapore, the United Kingdom, France and Turkey and will mark the Centenary of the Gallipoli Landing.
Simply, the purpose of the study is to find out what these ceremonies mean to the people attending. MyANZACday invites you to add your voice to History.
Your co-operation in completing this survey form is gratefully appreciated. You need not record your name and any report/publication will use pseudonyms unless otherwise requested.
There is no set answer length; please feel free to write whatever you wish.
If you would like to complete a survey that includes questions on Anzac Day in Christchurch please download the following version.
If you would like to complete a survey that includes questions on Anzac pilgrimages to Kokoda please download the following version.
- This study has approval from the Monash University Human Research Ethics Committee (Project Number CF11/0481 – 2011000201).
- If you have a complaint concerning the manner in which this research is conducted, please contact :Executive Officer, Human Research Ethics
Monash University Human Research Ethics Committee (MUHREC)
Building 3E, Room 111
Monash University VIC 3800
Tel: +61 3 9905 2052
Fax: +61 3 9905 3831
- To read the plain language statement accompanying this survey, please click here.
Can I Mail or Fax this survey?
Would you prefer to fax or mail a paper version of this survey, or email?
- Fax: +61 3 9903 4225
- Mail (no stamp required): Prof Bruce Scates, National Centre for Australian Studies, Monash University, Reply Paid 88579, CAULFIELD EAST VIC 3145.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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