Marketing Research

Marketing research can be a daunting subject. The mere mention of inferential statistics or conjoint analysis sends most students into an immediate state of panic.

Marketing research can be a daunting subject. The mere mention of inferential statistics or conjoint analysis sends most students into an immediate state of panic. But this need not be the case. In Marketing Research, the authors provide a gentle introduction to the basic concepts of research. And once students are comfortable with them they can then move to a more advanced level.
Author:
Colin Diggines Jan Wiid
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Marketing research can be a daunting subject. The mere mention of inferential statistics or conjoint analysis sends most students into an immediate state of panic.

Marketing research can be a daunting subject. The mere mention of inferential statistics or conjoint analysis sends most students into an immediate state of panic. But this need not be the case. In Marketing Research, the authors provide a gentle introduction to the basic concepts of research. And once students are comfortable with them they can then move to a more advanced level.

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Author:
Colin Diggines, Jan Wiid
Publisher:
Juta & Co
Imprint:
Juta Academic
ISBN:
9780702177446
Audience:
Academic
Pages:
278
Width (mm):
167
Length (mm):
241
Additional Info:
Jan Wiid and Colin Diggines are senior lecturers in marketing in the department of marketing and retail management at the University of South Africa.
Table of Contents:
Introduction; Perspectives on marketing research; Overview of the marketing research process; Problem definition and research objectives; Research design and proposal; Collection of secondary data; Collecting primary data: qualitative techniques; Collecting primary data: survey method; Gathering primary data: observation and experimentation; Measurement and questionnaire design; Designing the sample plan; Managing the fieldwork procedure; Preparation of primary data; Understanding and analysing statistical data; The research report; Index.
Weight (g):
476

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