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The transferability of rating scale techniques to an African population

The purpose of the study was to select the most appropriate scale for the measurement of Africans' satisfaction with their transport services . Four types of scale (verbal, numerical, visual and graphic) were selected. Two types of each of these...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1980: Taking Stock
Authors: Nesta Morris, Pat van der Reis
September 1, 1980

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Cognitive styles

This paper introduces and reviews the concept of consumer cognitive styles as a new basis for segmenting markets. Using empirical data from members of the National Family Opinion Mail Panel, the authors show that consumers varying in cognitive...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1980: Taking Stock
Authors: Christian Pinson, Naresh K. Malhotra, Arun K. Jain
September 1, 1980

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Advertising expenditure- advertising effect

The paper describes practical experience with a method for monitoring advertising effectiveness (Werbemonitor). The principle of this method lies in the continuous collection of specific advertising effectiveness measures from consumers at frequent...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1980: Taking Stock
Author: Arthur Juchems
September 1, 1980

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Cognitive styles (French)

This paper introduces and reviews the concept of consumer cognitive styles as a new basis for segmenting markets. Using empirical data from members of the National Family Opinion Mail Panel, the authors show that consumers varying in cognitive...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1980: Taking Stock
Authors: Christian Pinson, Naresh K. Malhotra, Arun K. Jain
September 1, 1980

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Where are we starting from

I want to base on a review of market research expenditure worldwide. It is a notorious truism that the market research industry is among the least well researched of any. Estimates of expenditure are hard to come by and even when found are...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1980: Taking Stock
Author: Eileen Cole
September 1, 1980

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The refinement of multi-media analyses about useful criteria for media planning (German)

The following contribution should make it clear even to researchers outside this specific field that media planning studies have tested many different approaches to see whether they led to a more highly discriminating description of the media and its...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1980: Taking Stock
Author: Jochen Hansen
Company: Institut für Demoskopie Allensbach GmbH
September 1, 1980

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Defence-inducing advertising

This paper discusses the research applied to the development of the Scottish Health Education Unit's publicity material, and outlines the two major problems incurred. The first is that, unlike much of product advertising, most health publicity is...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1980: Taking Stock
Author: D. S. Leathar
September 1, 1980

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Direct access panel

This paper highlights the lack of attention that has been given to the interviewing process for the past two decades; and describes the kind of problems that arise continually under current interviewing procedures. The results of a survey of...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1980: Taking Stock
Authors: John Clemens, Colin Day, Debbie Walter
Company: Marplan Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
September 1, 1980

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What is wrong with the audit data we use for decision-making in marketing

A major and well-known "tool of our trade" is the collection of information through observation. The major applications of observation as an information-collection method may be classified into the categories of the audit, coincidental recording...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1980: Taking Stock
Authors: Peter S.H. Leeflang, A. J. Olivier
September 1, 1980