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Dimension of cyberculture in Brazil

This paper illustrates the effects of Internet usage on attitudinal and behavioral aspects and describes different ways in which users’ mode of relationship with the Internet can be profiled and classified for segmentation and analysis purposes...

Catalogue: Latin America 2001
Author: Fabián Echegaray
Company: Market Analysis
May 1, 2001

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Classification

Since the earliest days of marketing and social research, attempts have been made to group populations and survey respondents into classes: groupings which discriminate between people in ways which are considered likely to be relevant to the research...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Handbook Of Market And Opinion Research
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
September 1, 1998

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Questionnarie design

In order to clarify our thinking about questionnaire design, it will be helpful to break down the issues associated with it into distinct groupings. A useful four way classification of these groups is as follows: a) meeting research objectives b)...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Handbook Of Market And Opinion Research
Authors: Sharon Miller, Graham Read
September 1, 1998

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Quantification methods

Hayashi’s quantification methods are multivariate analysis techniques dealing with qualitative data, which were developed by Dr. Chikio Hayashi, former Director-General of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics (Tokei-Suri Kenkyuzyo), in the...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Handbook Of Market And Opinion Research
Author: Masahiko Sato
September 1, 1998

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The index method

In this paper, a classification method (the index method) is proposed which aims to discriminate between members of two groups (e.g. buyers and non-buyers). The index method is compared with two-group discriminant analysis which is a standard and...

Catalogue: EMAC/ESOMAR Symposium 1984: Methodological Advanced In Marketing Research In Theory And Practice
Authors: Leendert de Jonge, Walle M. Oppedijk van Veen
Company: Philips International
June 15, 1984

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Pre-classifying consumers

This paper discusses current and future developments in the ways pre-classification can be used. The paper particularly examines the use of small area statistics linked to other data bases. A suggestion is also made as to how pre- classification can...

Catalogue: Seminar 1982: Classifying Consumers
Author: Bill Blyth
June 15, 1982

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Classifying undecided voters in pre-election surveys

Due to the potential impact and significance of the undecideds and the widespread use of telephone surveys, it became imperative that an improved technique be developed which would result in a reliable forecast of the likely voting patterns of...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1982: Fitting Research To Turbulent Times
Authors: Frederick Wiseman, I. Fenwick, J. W. Becker, J. Heiman
June 15, 1982

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The classification of radio audiences in terms of needs, psychographics and interests

The study from which this paper has been written was conducted on behalf of Radio Luxembourg (London) Limited, part of Compagnie Luxembourgeoise de Teledifussion's television and radio service. In 1979 Radio Luxembourg commissioned Social Surveys...

Catalogue: Seminar 1982: Improving Media Research
Author: Malcom R. Mather
Company: Gallup International Association
June 15, 1982

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Some basic principles and recent developments

This paper describes some recent developments in the area of consumer classification. No attempt has been made to be comprehensive and coverage is confined mainly to the UK, where the author has most first hand experience. The paper was intended as a...

Catalogue: Seminar 1982: Classifying Consumers
Author: Tony Lunn
Company: QRi Consulting Ltd.
June 15, 1982