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Social and technology trends as a springboard for qualitative research

This paper is intended to facilitate interactive ideation on possible future qualitative techniques. The authors' purpose in looking backwards is to work together to look forward, to brainstorm what the implications and uses of trends might be in the...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2005
Authors: Judith Langer, Sharon Dimoldenberg
Company: GfK
November 13, 2005

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The Spanish revolution

Over the last 30 years Spanish society has, in all senses, taken a complete about-turn in all aspects of life. It has become a liberal, open and eclectic society, where it had been traditional, male chauvinist and repressive, and in this social...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2005
Author: Elena Brustenga Regard
Company: Synergic Investigacion y Marketing
November 13, 2005

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A new qualitative approach in concept development

Common market research approaches - regardless whether by qualitative or by quantitative means - usually assess more or less finalised concepts of new products and services. Potential consumers and target groups have rarely been involved directly in...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2005
Authors: Ute Rademacher, Stefanie Güntzel
Company: Ipsos MRBI
November 13, 2005

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Real world. Real time. Real results

The increasing popularity of ethnographically-based research can be limiting in some circumstances and categories. To combat this, a new qualitative method has been created.Using latest cell phone technology, a panel of trendsetters were asked to...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2005
Authors: Luc Rens, Brett Miller, Marla Commons
November 13, 2005

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People insights at the fuzzy front of innovation

For human centric innovation it is important to understand people in their everyday life context and anticipate this in developing and creating solutions.Therefore it is necessary to involve people in the design and creation processes of innovation;...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2005
Authors: Stefanie Un, Lucile Rameckers
Company: Philips International
November 13, 2005

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Behind the closed doors of Saudi Harems

For years, marketers have considered the Saudi female consumer segment as taboo, especially as they are completely veiled and can not be approached or touched. This paper provides insights into female segments in Saudi Arabia in terms of their...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2005
Author: Hana Balaa
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
November 13, 2005