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Posts Tagged ‘context’

The Silent Rise and Blossoming of Qualitative Research

Posted by Edward AppletonMonday, August 29, 2016, 6:20 am 3 Comments
We’re witnessing not just a renaissance of qualitative research, we’re seeing a transformation.
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What Does Marketing Science Bring to the Table?

Posted by Kevin GrayThursday, July 14, 2016, 5:44 am 6 Comments
In some ways, marketing science has long been a kind of secret weapon for savvy marketers; it is a vital tool for marketing research now and will be even more so in the years ahead.
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Social Media Analytics: Promises, Challenges and the Future

Posted by Kevin GrayFriday, August 28, 2015, 7:02 am 4 Comments
Is social media an asteroid streaking towards traditional marketing research or is it a valuable complement rather than a complete substitute?
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The Dangers Of Assuming The Status Quo Is Right

Posted by Ray PoynterTuesday, July 31, 2012, 7:47 am 8 Comments
Research is on the edge of a revolution in the way it conducts its business. Key changes include: research communities, mobile devices, social media, and Big Data. Research needs to work out what these new strands can add to the mix, rather than trying to fit them to some hypothetical and outdated model of what research is and how it should be evaluated.
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Financial Services, Gambling, & Behavioral Economics: Busting The Myth Of Consumer Rationality

Posted by Neal ColeTuesday, June 12, 2012, 7:58 am 10 Comments
What does the evidence from experiments in behavioural economics and neuroscience indicate about rational decision making in the face of risk and uncertainty? Are consumers’ really discreet, self-determining individuals who make considered, rational decisions? This view increasingly looks misguided and is probably a fallacy created by our own minds to make us feel in control of our behaviour.
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