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Research World (February 2009)

Shoppers are, after all, not distinct from consumers or moms or people generally. Shopping is just another facet in the diamond of human personality and behaviour. But now the severity of the recession perversely gives research a real opportunity to...

Catalogue: Research World 2009
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
February 1, 2009

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Research World (April 2009)

What are memes and what’s the idea behind this first guest-edited edition of Research World? Memes are contagious ideas spread between people through speech, gestures, rituals or other imitable means. Richard Dawkins coined ’meme’ to...

Catalogue: Research World 2009
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
April 1, 2009

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Research World (October 2009)

For the traditional researcher, this issue of Research World may turn out to be the most heretical yet. Our contributors this month suggest that not only is our concept of research being challenged, but that it may also be a very good thing....

Catalogue: Research World 2009
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
October 1, 2009

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Research World (November 2009)

Qualitative research is actually innovating ahead of quantitative - and leading that innovation into the quantitative arena itself. Think of what is being done in biometrics, neuroscience and ethnography. It all starts in the qualitative arena and...

Catalogue: Research World 2009
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
November 1, 2009

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Research World (May 2009)

Research for social and political purposes is a fundamental building block in the making and sustenance of a successful democracy. The return on research in the social and political domain far outweighs its cost. Research is indeed a fundamental...

Catalogue: Research World 2009
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
May 1, 2009

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Research World (January 2009)

The distinguished economist Brian Reading in this issue forecasts that we are very likely to see a 'W-shaped' recovery this time, with fiscal stimuli providing temporary relief before we see a second slump. It is also distinctly possible that even...

Catalogue: Research World 2009
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
January 1, 2009