Handbook of qualitative research methods in marketing.
Handbook of qualitative research Qualitative research
Traditional analysis of firm-specific prospects for future earnings. It may be based on data collected by the analysts, there is no formal quantitative framework used to generate projections. methods in marketing.
Ed. by Russell W. Belk.
Edward Elgar Sir Edward William Elgar, 1st Baronet, OM, GCVO (2 June 1857 – 23 February 1934) was an English Romantic composer. Several of his first major orchestral works, including the Enigma Variations and the Pomp and Circumstance Marches, were greeted with acclaim. Publishing
Aimed at an audience that includes academics, students, and marketing research professionals, the 42 contributions presented by Belk (marketing, Schulich School of Business, York U., Canada) collectively introduce concepts, methods, and applications for qualitative marketing research Qualitative marketing research is a set of research techniques, used in marketing and the social sciences, in which data is obtained from a relatively small group of respondents and not analyzed with statistical techniques. . Opening chapters address the history of the field and current conceptual paradigms. A section on research context contains chapters on research in advertising, researching the cultures of brands, and researching brands ethnograhphically. Other chapters address data collection methods, including "Netnography," projective pro·jec·tive
1. Extending outward; projecting.
2. Relating to or made by projection.
3. Mathematics Designating a property of a geometric figure that does not vary when the figure undergoes projection. methods, the extended case method, oral history, video- elictation, and focus groups, as well as data analysis methods. Issues of research presentation are examined and current applications are presented. A number of special issues are considered in the final group of chapters, including the use of multi-sited ethnographic eth·nog·ra·phy
The branch of anthropology that deals with the scientific description of specific human cultures.
eth·nog market studies, research on ethnicity and consumption, and the etiquette of qualitative research.
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