Wednesday 26 July 2017
The PASCCAL project wants to know about your experiences of watching the Paralympics
The PASCCAL project aims to address the meanings ascribed to disabled athletes in Paralympic sport (Rio 2016 and London 2012 Paralympics) and audience interpretations of these. The project is of pressing importance with respect to furthering knowledge, policy and practice with regard to the televised production of disability and to shape, include and give greater voice to disability in the media.
We are running small, friendly focus group discussions and interviews across England and Wales and we’re keen to hear about your experiences of watching the Paralympics as part of understanding audience interpretations. If you would like to take part please contact email@example.com. All participants will be provided with an M&S voucher to the value of £15 to thank you for your time.
All participants must be aged 18 or over to enter. We are looking to speak to both disabled and non-disabled people.