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Research papers

An experiment of copy-testing for posters (French)

Research in the area of postering seems to have been somewhat neglected, although this medium is of unquestionable importance. Its very special characteristics, in fact, format as well as placement, content, and method of acting have always made...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1966
Author: Nicolas Lebeuf
September 1, 1966

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Applicabilite des methodes d'etude grand public dans les milieux du paysannat

Market studies done in a rural environment do not seem to present any particular methodological problems when the persons interviewed are "modern" i. e. culturally urbanised farmers who direct large modern farms, have mental attitudes comparable to...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1966
Author: J. Dubost
September 1, 1966

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Measuring the competitive effect of advertising on buying behaviour with the "marketing-match" model (French)

The model described here is intended to predict the effect of an advertising campaign on the breakdown of a market between brands. It applies to mass consumption repeat purchase products whose sales are strongly influenced by advertising and it is...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1966
Authors: Jean Michel Agostini, Nicolas Steinberg
September 1, 1966

Research papers

The meaning of "comparability" in multi-country research and how to achieve it

The basic themes of this paper are firstly that the idea of 'comparability' in relation to multi-country surveys needs to be examined specifically in relation to the market situation, and secondly that achieving comparability in this sense depends...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1966
Author: Robert L. Day
September 1, 1966

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Education of market researchers

Rapid growth in the demand for market research since 1945 has imposed severe strains on the available supply of researchers. Examination of existing academic institutions reveals that nobody is producing trained market researchers. Additionally -...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1966
Author: A. B. Vos
September 1, 1966

Research papers

Voting behaviour

This paper describes an attempt to answer a different question, which can be simply expressed as ’How do electors decide how to vote?'. It is hoped that the work described below goes some way towards describing the attitude structure underlying...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1966
Authors: Crossley Thornton, John Clemens
September 1, 1966