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Strategic use of trends in the youth market

The paper looks at the importance of a strategic approach to understanding markets, and the constant relevance of youth culture as an indicator of the long term development and impact of trends, not just for themselves now, but for their coming...

Catalogue: Seminar 1997: How To Be Number One In The Youth Market
Author: David Cox
October 22, 1997

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Latino youngsters

Youth (defined as 16-25) in Latin America is both an actor and a target of change. At that age, they are either at school (High school or University) or entering the productive world. Not only are they consumers (and vectors of fads, new values,...

Catalogue: Latin America 2008
Authors: Brieuc Martin-Onraet, Gregorio de Villa
May 13, 2008

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Me, myself and I

The question 'who am I?' is especially pertinent during adolescence. MTV Networks wants to understand identity construction among youngsters aged between 13-17 in a changing media landscape. The rise of social networks and other new internet...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2008: Consumer Choice
Authors: Joeri Van den Bergh, Veerle Colin, Annelies Verhaeghe
Companies: InSites Consulting, Viacom International Media Networks
November 20, 2008

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Human life cycle

This paper describes the psychographics of the Indian youth and child. The results are based on a study carried out in a sample size of over 8000 respondents across twenty centres in India. The findings can be used to study the shifts in values among...

Catalogue: Seminar 1997: How To Be Number One In The Youth Market
Author: Umesh Kothari
October 22, 1997

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In search of platform nine and three quarters...

The internet, especially the social networking site - is emerging as a significant channel for the youth to communicate with each other and express themselves. This paper examines the setting up and administration of an online qualitative youth panel...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2008: Consumer Choice
Authors: Shobha Prasad, Charukesi Ramadurai
Company: Drshti Strategic Research Service pvt. Ltd.
November 20, 2008

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Reality YOUTH research

The Middle East is one of the youngest regions in the world with about two thirds of the population under 25 years of age. Technology has brought winds of change to the Arab World and some would even say that in the preceding five years the Arab...

Catalogue: Consumer Insights 2009: The Pragmatic Approach
Authors: Tammy Jalboukh, Ambrish Chaudhry
Company: KANTAR TNS Malaysia
February 11, 2009

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Legally brown

While a serious health issue, getting sunburnt is legal. In fact it's probably the least morally wrong of all issues facing teens in Australia today. This presentation is based on is a case study on how leveraging components of pop culture attractive...

Catalogue: Global Healthcare 2010: Trends And Innovation Booster
Authors: Ainslie Williams, Sofia Khayech
March 3, 2010


The power of reflective content

James Dean and Justin Bieber have one thing in common - they captured the imagination of young people in their generations by tapping into identity crisis. While identity crisis itself is not new, the nature of identity and its expression is...

Catalogue: Congress 2016: #WOW
Authors: Aman Anand, Devika Johar, Shibani Nayak, Sumeli Chatterjee, Sushma Panchawati
June 15, 2016

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Image subjectivities

China's online population is on the brink of overtaking the United States as the largest in the world. Growing at six million users a month (10 times the pace of US internet growth), China's internet users, who are predominately of a young age, will...

Catalogue: Asia Pacific 2008
Authors: Jerry Clode, Jim Poppelwell
Company: Anovax Marketing & Research Consultants
April 9, 2008