Water wows

Date of publication: November 13, 2011


With increasing access to high tech 'smart phones' by consumers from the developing world, qualitative research need no longer stay within the rigid confines of twentieth century definitions of in-group homogeneity, focus group interviews, in depth interviews, or even physically present ethnography. Using the example of water, this paper explores the potential of harnessing our end-consumer family members' ability to use available technology, and presents a live hands-on picture of behaviour and innovations.

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