Research participants needed for a study entitled “Impact of Body Image on Middle-Aged Thai Men’s Self-Esteem and Job Performance”

Research participants needed for a study entitled “Impact of Body Image on Middle-Aged Thai Men’s Self-Esteem and Job Performance”

Open for application now until 10th June 2020

Thai men aged between 35-50 years who are currently employed are cordially invited to participate in a qualitative research study entitled “Impact of Body Image on Middle-Aged Thai Men’s Self-Esteem and Job Performance”. The purpose of this study is to investigate body image perceptions of middle-aged men in Thailand to determine how their body image perceptions affects their self-esteem and job performance. This study is an academic dissertation of a Thai doctoral student in organisational psychology at Walden University, Minnesota, USA.

The knowledge derived from the results could be used to highlight the need to inform leaders, managers, and supervisors of how body image affects the self-esteem and job performance of employees.

Please apply to participate if you have the following qualifications: (1) are Thai, male, aged 35-50 years, (2) live in Bangkok or vicinity; (3) have some experiences with body image issues, such as, dissatisfy with your body image, have low or no confidence in your body image, and/or have been teased or bullied by others about your body image; (4) currently employed (self-employed, own a personal business or be an employee in a workplace); and (5) are able to communicate in English.

Activities include: Partake in an audio recorded interview (about 30-45 minutes) by phone

For application or any enquiries, please contact the researcher at Email: jjchachadapa@gmail.com, or chachadapa.vichitrananda@waldenu.edu.


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