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I don't know if I am allowed to say this but...

What is the best way to find out what people really think in this judgmental age? We asked people to share their views on a controversial subject in a number of different research approaches, pitching traditional approaches against new and...

Catalogue: Fusion 2019
Author: Peter Totman
Company: Jigsaw Research
November 10, 2019

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Do rotten apples spoil the whole barrel?

This paper will examine the nature and probable causes of inattentive or fraudulent respondent behaviour. As researchers, we are constantly aware of the kinds of errors and biases that threaten the reliability and validity of our studies at every...

Catalogue: Panel Research 2007
Authors: Liesbeth Nekkers, Robert van Ossenbruggen, Lex van Meurs
Company: GfK
October 28, 2007

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The web provides researchers with a gold mine. Every click, response, page movement and delay can be logged and used for analysis. The amount of data that can be captured from web surveys is vast and comprehensive. This paper aims to explain the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Net Effects 2001
Author: Andrew Jeavons
February 11, 2001

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Traditional VS. Web

This paper examines the differences between telephone and internet interviewing. In particular, it compares responses from a survey that used both traditional telephone interviews and the internet. Using a long established panel, this paper looks at...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 2000: The Impact Of Networking
Authors: James Heisler, Robert McKane
September 1, 2000

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The question of requisite random test evaluation in written surveys

Following a series of investigations undertaken into the methods of written surveys by the authors, this argument can be viewed as correct only up to a certain point. When written surveys are entailed , the requisite degree of evaluation is dependent...

Catalogue: The European Marketing Research Review 1969
Authors: K. M. Bolte, H. J. Richter
August 1, 1969