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Measuring the television habits of ethnic minorities

Canada is a country of immigrants, and official government policy encourages bilingualism (English and French) and multiculturalism. Television services are provided in French and English across the country; cable and traditional over-the-air...

Catalogue: ESORMAR/ARF Worldwide Electronic And Broadcast Audience Research 1994
Authors: Owen Charlebois, Jim Matsui, Ken Purdye
May 1, 1994


Global language solutions for your virtual research

Going virtual with your research? Join Jill Bishop at Multilingual Connections as she discusses best practices in translation when conducting digital research across languages and cultures.

Catalogue: ESOMAR TV: North America & Europe at Home
Author: Jill Kushner Bishop
Company: Multilingual Connections
April 30, 2020

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New language and communication for social advertising

The goal of this paper Is to investigate social advertising in Italy as a concept (what It is, what it means, how people see it) and as communication through some examples of current advertising. It considers a qualitative research concerning the...

Catalogue: Seminar 1990: Qualitative Research- How Are We Preparing For The Future?
Author: Cristina Nava
June 15, 1990

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Box and cox

The Broadcasting Standards Council's remit is to examine and advise on issues of taste and decency in broadcasting. Each year, it focusses on a specific area and undertakes detailed research into it. In 1991 the issue was that of bad language:...

Catalogue: Seminar 1992: Media Research Meets The Future
Authors: Andrea Millwood Hargrave, Michael Svennevig
June 15, 1992

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Ethnic minorities

For reasons of clarity I limit the illustrations in this paper to culturally and linguistically different groups. The emphasis is on the comparison between the autocton Dutch and the Mediterranean group. Within the last population a distinction can...

Catalogue: Seminar 1986: Qualitative Methods Of Research
Author: Alfred E. Bronner
Company: Veldkamp Marktonderzoek
June 15, 1986

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We intend to show how CONOT a new tool aiming to measure connotations be usefully applied to brand evaluation and strategy. We currently wonder which words, concepts, feelings would be evoked in people’s minds by a stimulus - a word, group...

Catalogue: Seminar 1992: The Challenge Of Branding Today And In The Future?
Authors: Marc Vincent, Annick Vincent
June 15, 1992

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The bilingual brain

Hispanic bilingual Millennials (Billennials) are an increasingly important consumer group. Defined by their ability to speak both English and Spanish, it is critical to understand the impact of language on advertising in order to optimize messaging...

Catalogue: Latin America 2015: Carnival of Insights
Authors: Manuel Garcia, Roberto Ruiz, Esther Franklin
Company: Nielsen
June 15, 2015

Research papers

Why we have to change the language of market research

Market research is caught in a historic language trap. Our perceived discourse is 'scientific' and 'rational', at a time when clients are looking for 'insight' and 'creativity'. We will not finally shed our image until we break our codes, change our...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 2002: Consolidation Or Renewal?
Authors: Monty Alexander, Virginia Valentine
September 22, 2002

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I speak therefore I am?

Meet Zhang Wei, 44 year old Aussie accountant; Li Wei, 64 year old bookbinder from Singapore and Li Qiang, 24 year old graphic designer from Vancouver. More disparate people you couldn't imagine. They have never met, never visited each other's...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2015: Asia Means Business
Author: Pete Cape
Company: Research Now SSI
June 15, 2015