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It's engagement, but is it research?

The research industry is constantly looking to develop more techniques and approaches to try and get closer to the truth and to generate insight. Our argument is that even when we use a great technique the truth that it is trying to communicate can...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2008: Consumer Choice
Author: Alex Johnston
Company: Jigsaw Research
November 20, 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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The culture Karma Chameleon

The theme of our paper is inspired by Clotaire Rapaille's work as described in his book The Culture Code. And by India, an exciting, dynamic place which is just screaming to be decoded by cultural theory as brands and products enter the race to touch...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2008: Consumer Choice
Authors: Mamata Kathuria, Ayobamidele Gnädig, Harry Key
Company: Happy Thinking People
November 20, 2008

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Living in and adapting to a culture of exposure

In our world, the boundaries are shifting between the public, the personal and the private. Now that it is so easy to share aspects of our inner life with the rest of the world up-to-the-minute, multi-media, deeply exposing or personal revelations;...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2008: Consumer Choice
Authors: Anita Black, Mitra Martin, Jon McNeill
Company: Hall & Partners
November 20, 2008

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Technography/ethnography in the real world

The projects we will draw upon throughout this paper have all been conducted within the technology sector. Historically, this sector has been driven more by product or technology led innovation processes than by allowing innovation to be driven by...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2008: Consumer Choice
Authors: Judith Staig, Rose Tomlins
Company: GfK
November 20, 2008

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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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Structured sense-making

As providers of 'research' we conduct inquiry into consumer behavior in order to generate new insights. However, raw data are not insights. Observations without context provide very limited utility; defining sexy new trends each year is no basis for...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2008: Consumer Choice
Author: Richard Radka
November 20, 2008

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Together we build the future

The goal of this paper is to draw a blueprint for an enhanced and holistic approach on online community research. Both researchers and clients will cede control to participants and make use of new web technologies, in the different phases of the...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2008: Consumer Choice
Authors: Niels Schillewaert, Jo Caudron, Tom De Ruyck
Company: InSites Consulting
November 20, 2008

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The future is hybrid

This paper will show how qualitative creative development expertise can be cross bred with online research to create a powerful new hybrid technique. Broadband means we can now do many of the classic qualitative ranking and projective techniques...

Catalogue: Qualitative 2008: Consumer Choice
Author: Chris Forrest
November 20, 2008