Leeds participants needed: young adults’ experiences of living with parents
University of Leeds
A Researcher at Leeds University is looking for people in their 20’s and 30’s to take part in an interview about experiences of living with parents. Based in Leeds, the study will explore support within families, young adults’ views about the future, and their housing hopes or plans. It is hoped that the research will find out about important current issues in the lives of diverse young people and families, and demonstrate where further support around housing and related issues is needed.
People who are currently unemployed, and ‘BAME’ and culturally diverse communities are particularly encouraged to take part in the research.
If you think you might like to participate in a phone or video-call interview, then please answer a few questions about yourself by following the link here.
Alternatively, please get in touch with the Researcher, Emma Hyde for more information or to express your interest in taking part in an interview. Emma is also interested in interviewing parents about their experiences, so please get in touch if either you or your parent(s) are interested in being part of this study.
This PhD study is funded by The University of Leeds and based in The School of Sociology and Social Policy. The research has received full ethical approval (University of Leeds Ethics Ref: 20-044).