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Research papers

European children talk about animated cartoons

The research described in this paper consisted of a qualitative survey conducted in four European countries (Italy, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and France) in March 1997 on a total sample of 100 children aged 6 to 12years, all of whom watch...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol.9: Researching Youth
Authors: Andrea Bielli, Licia Brembati, Daniela Piccone
August 1, 2000

Research papers

Leveraging the aptitude and ability of eight year-old adults

Little has been documented on how researchers plan to leverage market dynamics to facilitate future research success.

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol.9: Researching Youth
Authors: Michelle Kuhn, Wayne Eischen
August 1, 2000

Research papers

Designing questions for children

To put this paper into its correct context: ‘should we really be conducting quantitative research with children?’The answer is that for all practical purposes we cannot. We have to accept and recognise the limitations of the data we can...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol.9: Researching Youth
Author: Paul A. Mayes
August 1, 2000

Research papers

Peripheral communication

In 1996 to 1997, detailed interviews were conducted involving seven groups of highs school and university students, enabling identification of numerous common characteristics regarding the respondents’ interaction with people and goods. The most...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol.9: Researching Youth
Authors: Miyuki Miyagi, Fumie Tanaka
August 1, 2000

Research papers

Strategic use of trends in the youth market

Several years ago, I delivered a paper to an ESOMAR Congress on the subject of trends in the youth market. In it, I made a number of observations and predictions concerning patterns of young people’s behaviour over the forthcoming decade.

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol.9: Researching Youth
Author: David Cox
August 1, 2000

Case studies

Using sponsorship to communicate to teenagers

This paper examines an attempt to measure the relative impact of a number of sponsorship mediums for promoting a health message, Be Your Best, to Australian teenagers. In essence, the message was used in an attempt to convey to teenagers that if they...

Catalogue: New Monograph Series Vol.9: Researching Youth
Author: Patrick Shanahan
August 1, 2000