Research in a world without questions

Date of publication: September 13, 2012

Company: BrainJuicer

Abstract:

A world without questions imagines a world where directly asking questions is banned. How research is shifting from interrogation to observation is explored in this wide-ranging and entertaining, interactive presentation. Researchers are adjusting to the challenge of a data-rich world. The message will be both a celebration of research innovation, and a focused and practical guide to the emerging methodologies of a 'post-respondent' world.

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