INTEREST AND ENGAGEMENT
IMPACT OF SCIENCE
CONTROLLING SCIENCE AND ITS USE
Never studied science
High school - compulsory/general
High school - elective/specific
TAFE or university
Year 10 or less
Year 12 (Higher School Certificate)
A university degree
Post graduate degree
Melbourne inner suburbs
Melbourne outer suburbs
Only young single people (no children)
A young couple without children
A family where most children are under 13 years
A family where most children are 13 years or older
A mature couple with no/independent/children left home
A mature single with no/independent/children left home
A mature single with dependent child/children at home
A mature couple with child/children at home/various age/s
Single person living alone
Living with parent/s
Less than $20,000
$20,001 to $39,999
$40,000 to $74,999
$75,000 to $99,999
Work in Science
Yes, I currently work in the science industry
No, but I used to work in the science industry
No, I have never worked in the science industry
Interest and Engagement
How interested are you in science?
How interested are you in technology?
So why are you interested in science?
Why aren’t you more interested in science?
I was interested in science when I was a teenager
If I had more time, I would like to look up more information about science and technology
I don't really care how things work as long as they do
What best describes how you feel about new technology?
Do you actively search for information about science and/or technology?
How well informed do you feel you are about science?
How well informed do you feel about technology?
How well informed do you feel about the way science is regulated?
Science prepares the younger generations to act as well-informed citizens
Studying science won't necessarily get you a good job
Australia is a world leader in science and technology
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