Survey for Visitors to the Anzac Sites
Australian visitors to Gallipoli: click here to take the survey.
New Zealand visitors to Gallipoli: click here to take the survey.
For information for participants, including ethical considerations, please click here.
On completion of the survey you will be given the opportunity to enter a draw to win a $200 travel voucher.
This study will identify the aspects of interpretive experiences at museums and heritage sites that facilitate identity-building and best meet the needs of visitors in today’s multicultural society. The research will be conducted at various Anzac-related museum and heritage experiences in Australia, New Zealand, UK and Turkey (Gallipoli).
About the project
On being Australian: Exploring the role of Anzac museum and heritage interpretive experiences in developing visitors’ sense of national identity
Australian Research Council Discovery Project DP130101258
- Dr Jan Packer, University of Queensland Business School
- Prof Roy Ballantyne, University of Queensland Business School
- Prof David Uzzell, University of Surrey School of Psychology
- Dr Tiina Roppola, University of Canberra, Faculty of Education
- Ms Regan Forrest, University of Queensland Business School
- Ms Karen Hofman, University of Queensland Business School
- To explore the ways in which visitors to museums and heritage sites incorporate the Anzac story in their sense of national identity;
- To investigate the influence of a visit to an Anzac museum or heritage site on visitors’ national identity; and
- To identify aspects of the visitor experience that facilitate deeper engagement.
April 2015 prize winners
Congratulations to the following participants who were recruited between October 2014 and April 2015. They have each won a copy of a Gallipoli DVD: Steve McGuirk; Adam Stein; Rick Hughes; Kerry Baron; Philippa Scott
August 2015 prize winner
The winner of the $200 travel voucher will be announced in September 2015