Question 1. Will knowing
this information help me make a decision for the program?
"Yes, I think so. We have a general idea of what the barriers are for
people, but really donít know much about the people in our
Question 2. Do we have the means to fill this gap?
"Yes, we do. I think we can figure out a way to at least informally
ask some people what their barriers might be, depending on the rest
of our research questions."
Question 3. Can an answer be found in the literature?
"I wasnít sure about this. There are quite a few articles in the
literature about barriers to change, but none of them tell me about
the people in Wellington specifically."
Question 4. Can we answer this by re-analyzing existing data?
"Definitely not. We donít have any data that pertains to barriers to
reducing TV time."
Question 5. Can we reach the individuals who are able to fill this
"Yes, Iím pretty sure we can figure out a way to talk to some parents
and maybe even children."