For some months now, a CQN’er and academic has prepared a project to identify who we, the Celtic support, are in 2014, what our views are, where we come from and how closely our objectives align with the Club.
The project takes the form of a questionnaire, which asks some personal questions, like your political leanings, intentions for the Referendum, faith, education and ethnic heritage. No sign-up is involved and no identifying information is available.
There are also questions on the Offensive Behaviour Act, as well as the Club’s response to Resolution 12, The Green Brigade and the Living Wage.
The objective is to determine why you support Celtic and whether these reasons are being recognised and served.
I know Celtic have held similar surveys in the past but I’m not aware of a recent academic survey into these questions. The survey will close on Friday 26th September and results will be reported thereafter.
As with all surveys, the more people who participate the more reflective the results will be, so please 10 minutes to get involved. You’ll find the survey here.
If you have any questions for the author in relation to the survey please email email@example.com
Pertaining to the above are allegations made about Aleks Tonev over the weekend.
It’s difficult to see where this one goes if the player says “I didn’t say that” without corroboration either way. Despite this, the allegation is damaging to Celtic, and to the player, so an internal and public reaction is needed to reiterate the values of the club.
Celtic’s induction process should be clear what is and is not acceptable.[calameo code=0003901718cdc4362fa2e? lang=en page=122 hidelinks=1 width=100% height=500]