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The new housewife

The subject of this paper is a comprehensive study which attempted to provide a basis for better understanding of the new housewife, and in particular, the interpersonal and impersonal forces which influence her attitudes andr behaviour. A sample of...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Congress 1967
Author: Timothy Joyce
August 1, 1967

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Basic research for product planning and product development

If a manufacturer of domestic appliances wants his product planning and product-development to be profitable in the long run, he will have to obtain some knowledge about the circumstances in which housewives do their work, besides analysing the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Conference 1965
Author: Sander de Leve
Company: Philips International
June 15, 1965

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The uses of consumer panels for media research

This paper illustrates some of the results end advantages of obtaining Readership and TV viewing measurements from the housewives in continuous, reporting Consumer Panels. The data are drawn from the experience gained from the Attwood Consumer Panel...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Conference 1965
Author: John Parfitt
June 15, 1965

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Research into housewife shopping patterns in Great Britain

The purpose of my paper is to discuss certain research, with which I have recently been concerned, into housewife shopping patterns in Great Britain. By shopping patterns, I mean the number and types of shops which the housewife uses to buy different...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Conference 1962: Research Into Certain Advertising Problems
Author: Peter A. Rusby
June 15, 1962

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Some aspects of research into the levels of attention paid to television programmes

The purpose of the first pilot study was to establish that an enquiry into attention levels of the type envisaged would be practicable and that meaningful results could be obtained. 200 interviews were completed with housewives in I. T. V. homes in...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/WAPOR Congress 1961: Marketing And Sociological Research In The Future
Authors: John Treasure, Bryan A. Bates
June 15, 1961