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Investigating teens

In this paper, we are going to present one of the methods that proved worthy of being made known to the research community so that it can be used more frequently and improved upon. We called it Photo-Show due to its structural nature

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol.9: Researching Youth
Author: Oriana Monarca White
August 1, 2000

Research papers

Investigating teens

The paper describes a new methodology for investigation of the teen public that constitutes an alternative capable of supplementing conventional data collection procedures. The new methodology was dubbed Photo-Show and the results obtained -...

Catalogue: Latin America 1997: The Dynamics Of Change In Latin America
Author: Oriana Monarca White
May 1, 1997

Research papers

Protocol analysis

One of the most striking developments in data collection procedures in the U.S. over the past several years has been the increasing interest shown in protocol analysis. Protocol analysis aims to examine the individual's choice process in making...

Catalogue: Seminar 1977: Ways And New Ways Of Data Collection
Authors: Jean-François Boss, Susan P. Douglas
November 1, 1977

Research papers

Using linguistic coding to explore the way advertisements in press and TV communicate

The paper describes a research project which explores some aspects of the way advertisements in press and television communicate - as seen from the perspective of the consumer. Special emphasis is given to the technique used to handle the vast...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1976: Research That Works For Today's Marketing Problems
Authors: Guy Consterdine, Colin McDonald
June 15, 1976

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Attitudinal research: Name testing

ln examining 'Henkel' as a brand name by the method of word association, a sample of 160 respondents were questioned, 80 male and 60 female. The sample was not matched exactly in terms of sex, class, and age, but neither were there significant...

Catalogue: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive Collection
Author: CRAM/Peter Cooper Archive
June 1, 1970