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Dear Feminist.com,

My name is Felicity and I am a student at the Royal Agricultural College in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England.

I am in my third year of the international Business course with Human resources and Journalism. It is during this final year that I have to complete my dissertation. I have been receiving guidance from my dissertation supervisor about a topic I wish to explore, but as yet still lack any real direction. I was wondering if there was anything I could research for you? I appreciate that this request sounds a little odd however, I may be of some use to an organization such as yours.

Please let me know if you have any ideas on this subject,

Yours Sincerely,

Felicity

 

Felicity --

The offer of free research is certainly a great one and a hard one to pass up -- I just can't think of anything right now. There are certain things that I am always curious about, but not sure about how they would fit into your confines. For instance, in the US -- why people don't vote -- what are the reasons or comparing those non-voters to voters. Or what makes a company a woman friendly company -- flexible leave, etc...

How many women actually take maternity leave compared to fathers taking paternity leave?

I hope that gets you thinking.

- Amy

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