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Everything You Need To Understand Social Research

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There are 22 articles in our archive related to this topic. Below are 5 selected at random and available to all users of the site.

Risky business: How research can find the truth about respondents' bad behavior
Conducting research on topics that have social stigmas or expectations can yield inaccurate results, as respondents do not want to admit their own risky behaviors. Using the item-count method, researchers can correct for social desirability distortion.
Research goes organic - could crowdsourcing work for you?
Crowdsourcing has the potential to stir up market research by allowing customers to communicate exactly what they want companies to provide and create. With a more democratic approach to research that leaves no average Joe behind, crowdsourcing could reshape customer feedback.
Teens in the past 20 years: LGBT acceptance up; abortion tolerance down
A Harris Interactive survey explores the changes in teen and tween attitudes toward hot-button issues, such as abortion and homosexuality, over the past two decades.
Is rich and thin better than smart and young?
Harris Interactive asked American adults if they would most want to be richer, thinner, smarter or younger, and a large plurality (43 percent) professed that they would want to be richer, although there was significant variation by age group and life stage.
Gay market trends and the 2004 election
A look at how aspects of the gay market affected issues in the 2004 election and their implications for marketers.

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Recent Articles

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Tips on measuring crucial social factors in new product research
Briana Brownell explores the roles that our families, friends and other groups play in our choices of and relationships with the products and services we consume.
Data privacy and social media: a look at attitudes by demographics
The author provides an overview of some of the key debates about data privacy in marketing research and addresses findings from three uSamp studies on privacy concerns.
In Case You Missed It... June 2012
News and notes on marketing and marketing research: couponing backfires; social media and elections
Behavioral economics: what it is and three ways marketers can use it
This article defines behavioral economics and suggests three things marketers can do with behavioral economics phenomena to improve sales of their products and services.
Understanding the role of social influence in consumer behavior
In today’s highly social world, it’s harder than ever for researchers to separate and measure the many factors that influence our product choices. One way is to look at the connections that bind us, the author says.

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