Participants needed for study into bicycle theft

Participants needed for study into bicycle theft
John Moss
By John Moss
January 18, 2014

We’ve been contacted by one of our readers to ask for help in recruiting participants for a study into bicycle theft.

Ryan Dunn, a post-graduate anthropology student at University College London, would like to interview recent victims of bicycle theft for his Master’s degree research project. During the interview you will be asked questions about the relationship you had with your lost bicycle, the manner in which the bicycle contributed to your self-identity, and how you were affected by its theft.

Each interview should take between 20-30 minutes, and can be done via phone, Skype or in person at University College London. Interviews will be confidential, and all participants will have their names changed if included in the final report.

If you have been a victim of bicycle theft in the past six months, and are interested in participating or have any questions then please contact Ryan Dunn at, 07817453461.

  • Anusha

    my bike was stolen in front of Doctors office yesterday 11/12/14.

    I wonder why the thief target us. We cannot afford to buy a car or not afford to use public transport.

    I like to take part of your survey.via skpe or phone