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Betty Adamou“I’ll Facebook u yeah?” Modern Communication and Evolving with the Times
Ian Ralph and
Steve August
Embracing the 3rd Screen: Mobilising online qualitative research via smartphones
Mark EarlsI’ll have what she’s having
Tom EwingGame On: How game mechanics are changing the consumer world, and how researchers can play
Alastair GordonWill NewMR become OldMR? The Challenge of Turning Radical Methods into Sustainable Businesses
Henrik HallHow market researchers can make the world a bit fairer
Diane HessanThe 8 Myths about Successful Research Communities
John KearonDigiViduals™ Research Robots conducting mass ethnography for insight generation
Graeme LawrenceListening is only half the story
Bernie Malinoff“Sexy Questions, Dangerous Results?” – Navigating The Digital Divide in Survey Research
Annie PettitMr Survey Flirts with Ms Social Media Research
Ray PoynterHow can we turn online discussions into insight?
Jon PulestonHow to stimulate creative thinking in online respondents
Finn RabenMarket Research Organisations in Networked Age – An Interview with Ray Poynter
Adriana RochaSemantic Web and Research 3.0
Tom De RuyckCo-creation through conversation
Leslie TownsendDon’t Forget…The Respondent Experience Trumps All
Annelies VerhaegheBeyond the Hype
Christine WalkerSampling the Twitter Stream
Navin WilliamsAsia and the Developing World – Smart Enough for Mobile MR
Sue YorkWhat Quant researchers must learn from Qual researchers
Tamara BarberMROC; now we’re telling you what it is
Steve CierpickiCombining NewMR & Traditional Research: The Virgin Blue Success Story
John ClayWhy are market researchers so !x!?ing bad at communicating research and insights?
John DickOne Question at a Time: Engaging Today’s Bandwidth-Strapped Consumer in High-Yield Attitudinal Research
Jen Drolet and
Adam Rossow
“You Can Let Go of Your Focus Groups… Really it’s O.K.
Brian Fine“Serious Games” has a place in future MR-it will ensure respondent engagement, focus and therefore validity,and help with panelist retention. It will also increase participation from the elusive 18-24 year olds!
Jim Lango“The Changing Landscape of Online Qualitative Research: Using new technologies to engage, listen and get meaningful feedback from respondents
Spencer Murrell“Insight Translation – Turning Data into Action
Agnes NairnOi! You Took That Without Asking! Ethics for New MR
Shobha PrasadListening to the Sounds of Silence
Erica RuyleStalker for Hire – How to be an Engaging Ethnographer No Matter Where You Are
Rich ShawHacking The Data Shadow
Duncan StuartBUMP – A New Metric Inspired by Neural Networks

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