Cam Models Sought to Participate in Academic Study

Cam Models Sought to Participate in Academic Study
Rhett Pardon

NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, U.K. — A Northumbria University researcher has issued a call for cam models to take part in an online study about relationship satisfaction.

The researcher, Rachael Keith, told XBIZ that she’s received full clearance from the faculty of health and life sciences ethics committee at Northumbria to launch the study, titled “Relationship Satisfaction in Cam Girls.”

Keith said the online questionnaire takes around 5-10 minutes to complete.

“The study is completely anonymous and no names will need to be provided,” Keith said. “Instead, participants are asked to provide a code word at the beginning of the survey which they can quote if they wish to withdraw from the study or if they have any questions about their data.”

Participants will be asked to complete a series of questions asking about personality, attitudes to sex and satisfaction in your current or most recent relationship. The study also will collect some information about age and gender.

“There is a participant information sheet at the beginning of the questionnaire for participants to read through before deciding whether to proceed,” she noted.

The data collected in this study will be used for a psychology thesis. It may also be published in scientific journals or presented at conferences, she noted. 

“I also ask if participants could please send the link to a female friend who does not work in the industry to also complete,” she said. “However, I understand that this may not be possible for everyone, and if this is the case you can still participate.

“I would also like to reassure you all that the study will not be used to try and paint cam girls in a bad light. I aim to write the thesis free of stigma and stereotypes.”

Those who are interested in taking part in the Northumbria University study can begin the questionnaire here.