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Research World is the global magazine for marketing intelligence and decision-making. It explores the expanding borders of market, social and opinion research, helping readers stay abreast of the latest developments in tools, technology and business applications.

Readers also learn about trends and innovations around the world with case histories illustrating the role and value of market research. Let Research World guide and inform you about how to adapt to the fast-changing ways of bringing consumer insights into the boardroom.

Research World magazine is read in over 130 countries 6 times a year by around 35,000 of the world’s leading marketing, advertising and market research professionals. Available to members, with further out-reach through subscriptions, distribution at global events and through a network of ESOMAR representatives, the online magazine is also distributed through the Wiley Online Library to academic and corporate libraries.

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Research World - issue 29 - September 2011

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Our industry is expanding with new entrants. Data scientists, search engines, consultants are analyzing data while data comes from a huge range of new sources including 'wearables,' internet of things and many more. How do these diverse group of players view research, how do they contribute to our industry and do we all have the same view of what research is?
 

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Featured articles

It's advertising, but not as we know it

It's advertising, but not as we know it

Jerry Wind is a marketing veteran who has seen it all before. He tells Jo Bowman that the ad world ain't seen nothing yet. To make predictions about how much the world might change by 2020 seems somewhat risky; it's far enough away to be pretty tough to call correctly, yet not so far out that when the time comes, everyone will remember what you said.

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Do we get what we deserve or deserve what we get?

Do we get what we deserve or deserve what we get?

Last year, in a piece entitled "Opinion - Sedition or Seduction", I commented on the rise of the "opinion culture", and the fact that we now live in an era that legitimises putting opinions into the public domain with little reflection on their veracity, or the implications of offering them.

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Innovate or become obsolete

Innovate or become obsolete

Though online research was well beyond its infancy in 2006, and had already replaced CATI as the dominant mode, nevertheless CATI was still the second pillar of fieldwork. Beyond CATI, paper occupied third place. Together, these three accounted for 88% of quantitative fieldwork at that time.

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