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Euromale

In 1999 a study asked men around Europe what they thought of their lives: their jobs, their partners, their kids, their friends, women, sex, and advertising? How did this differ by age from 21-65 years? How did it differ by country between the United...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Worldwide Qualitative Research Conference 2003
Authors: Christene McCauley, Nick Johnson
Company: Diageo
November 5, 2003

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High-tech to enhance high touch

This presentation discusses the way new developments in audio capture and editing technology can enhance the utility of qualitative research for the moderator and clients. Specifically, the presenters employed the Interclipper (R) software program to...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Worldwide Qualitative Research Conference 2003
Authors: Judith Langer, Jon Last
November 5, 2003

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Once upon a time there was a brand

This presentation considers the power and importance of brand and advertising stories in generating a marketplace in which we all want to participate.After all, the marketplace itself is a matrix of stories, a delicate fabric of dreams held together...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Worldwide Qualitative Research Conference 2003
Authors: Lucia Rolli, Fiona Jack
Company: Green Light International
November 5, 2003

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Can you be half-pregnant?

The concept that there are two types of data (qual and quant) does not necessarily mean that there are only two approaches to research (qual and quant): a blended approach called 'quanti-qual' can also be employed to help a researcher more fully...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Worldwide Qualitative Research Conference 2003
Author: Michael Mayernik
November 5, 2003

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Every grey cloud has a silver lining

Senior citizens have the time to enjoy life, but the way they do that and their needs and desires differ per individual. Senior citizens cannot be seen, nor handled, as a single homogeneous group.They can be segmented based on their need to control...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Worldwide Qualitative Research Conference 2003
Authors: Vanesse van Eeghen, Liesbeth Gerritsen
Companies: MARE, Ogilvy
November 5, 2003

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Looking from both sides of the fence...

This papers provides a dialogue which gives conference attendees the chance to have an inside view on the two sides of qualitative research - practitioner and client. The paper explores the key to the challenges involved, talks to other senior...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Worldwide Qualitative Research Conference 2003
Authors: Lee Ryan, Ariane Burgess
November 5, 2003