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Revolutionising Voter Decision-Making

The limitations of face-to-face and telephone surveys have led many polling firms to replace them with digital surveys which, despite having undeniable advantages, are still not sufficient to obtain truly representative samples of the population....

Catalogue: Latin America 2024
Author: Cesar Augusto Caballero Reinoso
Company: Cifras & Conceptos
April 24, 2024

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Creating a sustainable future for MROCs

Our industry has embraced MROCS as a new tool. Whereas most researchers still celebrate the richness this phenomenon offers, others are already pushing the "cost-efficiency" button to squeeze in as many projects as possible. Already we have seen...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2013: Brilliant Transformations
Authors: Jos Vink, Michelle de Laat, Anke Bergmans
November 20, 2013

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Respondent authenticity

It has long been an unsolved problem of online market research conducted by means of Access panel sample surveys, that there has been no possibility to verify whether a participant in a survey is really the same who was requested to take part in the...

Catalogue: Panel Research 2007
Authors: Christoph Irmer, Bernd Wachter
February 15, 2007

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Social class and life style differences between modes of data collection

This paper assesses the external validity of research results from an online internet panel compared to mail, telephone and paper pencil samples.Social class, product consumption and usage as well consumer values are analysed for differences....

Catalogue: Panel Research 2006
Authors: Kristof De Wulf, Bert Weijters, Niels Schillewaert
Company: InSites Consulting
October 8, 2006

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Give us this day our daily effect

This paper focuses on how radio reach builds up. When do our listeners start to recognise radio spots? After how many days of airing, after how many times of hearing? The results are based on a telephone survey among 3,889 radio listeners and show us...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2004: Radio
Authors: Karin Schut, John H. Faasse
June 17, 2004

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Beyond SARS

SARS laid siege to the Greater China region (mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan) from late March to June 2003. When the spread of the disease accelerated at the end of March, both the public and governments alike appeared panic-stricken. A major...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2004
Author: Wander Meijer
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
March 28, 2004

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High-tech to enhance high touch

This presentation discusses the way new developments in audio capture and editing technology can enhance the utility of qualitative research for the moderator and clients. Specifically, the presenters employed the Interclipper (R) software program to...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Worldwide Qualitative Research Conference 2003
Authors: Judith Langer, Jon Last
November 5, 2003

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There is much current discussion of iTV finally reaching a critical mass. However, these discussions tend to lack context - how rapidly are interactive TV (iTV) applications being rolled out?How are nascent iTV applications capturing the attention of...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2003: Television
Author: David C. Tice
June 17, 2003

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A single-source multimedia study

Using a television diary survey sample as the base, additional information on readership of individual newspapers and magazines and visits to specific websites was collected by means of a return to sample telephone interview. This paper concentrates...

Catalogue: ESOMAR/ARF WAM Conference 2002: Television
Authors: Terry Rushbrook, Paul Street
June 9, 2002