I'm currently studying mathematics at the undergraduate level and am required to conduct the following survey. I apologize if 'Career Guidance' is not the correct section for this, but it seemed the likeliest fit to me. Any responses at all would be greatly appreciated. 1.Please state your professional field of study and your university affiliation or employer. 2.Please state whether you are an academic professional or a workplace professional. 3.The following is a list of commonly used discourse community communication tools. Please indicate the items that are used by professionals in your field. Academic or professional journals Academic or professional conferences, newsgroups or online forums Newsletters published by your employer or university affiliate for professionals in your field Professional websites for which you must be a member in order to receive information from National or local organizations that you hold membership in Other 4.If you checked academic or professional journals, please list at least three of which you read or have written for. 5.If you checked academic or professional conferences, newsgroups or online forums, please list any that you are a contributing member of. 6.If you checked newsletters, professional websites, or national or local organizations, please list them. 7.If you checked other, please list the communication tool and provide a short description of it. 8.List any common goals held by professionals in your field. 9.List any writing genres that are specifically used by professionals writing in your field. (Examples include empirical report, case studies, literature reviews, etc.) 10.Currently, what are the top three “hot topics” of discussion in your field? 11.Please give an example of field-specific jargon that is crucial language for professionals in your field, but is not part of the general public knowledge. 12.What type of documentation style is used by professionals in your field for scholarly articles? 13.Finally, please provide either a link to or look up information for a recent article from your discourse community that is representative of its writing style.