help out a doctoral student

I haven’t been posting much recently, but I have been responding to the emails receive. The next few post will be a series of questions I have answered over email, but haven’t yet posted about. Maybe some of the answers will be useful to you.
The first is a request we received to help a grad student who needs China expats to complete a survey regarding cultural adjustment. Here is the information:

My name is Natalie R Thornberry. I am a doctoral candidate at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, United States of America. 

I am asking for your cooperation in the completion of my dissertation, Counseling and Expatriate Adjustment. The purpose of my dissertation is to examine the Western expatriate adjustment to living and working in China and variables that contribute to the expatriate successful adjustment. Specifically, I am looking at the influence of counseling and mental health services on expatriate adjustment.

If you agree to participate in the research,click on the following link to an online survey, . You may pass on the link to anyone you think might participate. The survey contains questions you will answer about yourself and your experience living and working abroad. You are under no obligation to participate. Participation is completely voluntary and all collected information will be anonymous.

Again, the link is

I appreciate any help in completing my research and thank you for considering it.

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