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Digital characters

As part of the &'Me-to-We' research movement launched at Congress 2009, this paper will focus in on 'Mass Ethnography' or 'NetNography' and reveal how a revolutionary new approach can distil and bring to life the mass of readily available data on...

Catalogue: Congress 2010: The Changing Face Of Market Research
Authors: John Kearon, Peter Harrison
Company: BrainJuicer
September 15, 2010

Research papers

Stories from the fringe: The people strategy forgets

The most engaging stories are usually the ones whose characters live on the fringe, disrupting the norm and the expected.With this paper we showcase how by understanding the fringes you can magnify the trends and insights seen in the mainstream. How...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2016: The Business Value of Intelligent Stories
Authors: Peter Harrison, Vangelis Skouras, Ian Pierpoint
November 16, 2016

Research papers

Behaving economically with the truth

Traditional economists would have us believe that people are rational, utility-maximizing, cost-minimizing and socially isolated individuals with stable preferences. This view also pervades market research and our practices but is being challenged by...

Catalogue: Congress 2011: Impact
Authors: Peter Harrison, Alain Samson, Orlando Wood
Company: BrainJuicer
September 18, 2011

Research papers

The researchification of games

This paper addresses the role of games in market research.It provides a working definition of what a game is and why the role currently assigned to games by market research misses the broader opportunity that they offer. Research games can be used to...

Catalogue: 3D Digital Dimensions 2011: (Online + Social Media + Mobile) Research
Author: Peter Harrison
Company: BrainJuicer
October 26, 2011

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Stories from the fringe: The people strategy forgets

The most engaging stories are usually the ones whose characters live on the fringe, disrupting the norm and the expected.With this paper we showcase how by understanding the fringes you can magnify the trends and insights seen in the mainstream. How...

Catalogue: Global Qualitative 2016: The Business Value of Intelligent Stories
Authors: Peter Harrison, Vangelis Skouras, Ian Pierpoint
June 15, 2016