The Stepparent Survey Overview
© Dr. Nodrick 2006
The Stepfamily Foundation of Alberta performs many activities on behalf of stepfamilies, including research. The ultimate goal of this research is to help stepfamilies succeed.
Purpose of the Present Research: This study has three goals:
1) to identify the different stepparenting styles that appear naturally in stepfamilies,
2) to determine which of these styles are the most effective, and
3) to figure out how to improve the less effective ones.
How can you help? This study is now nearing completion, but it still requires additional information from: biological, adoptive, and foster parents as well as from stepparents. If you are a parent, please consider assisting us in this work by:
What’s in it for you? In exchange for the time you spend, we will provide you with ground-breaking information developed by the Stepfamily Foundation of Alberta that will:
This information is “hot off the press”, available nowhere else, and, according to the stepfamilies that participated in this research project, it is “astoundingly effective.” You will be able to download it immediately after completing this survey.
To guarantee your
privacy: We require no
identifying information, so you can answer the questionnaire with complete
Accessing the Final Results: As soon as all of the results are tabulated, they will be published on the Stepfamily Foundation of Alberta web site (www.stepfamily.ca).
Click here to begin the survey.
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