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How to propose the right online qualitative method

March 3, 2021 0

This is the second of a four part series from The Research Society presenter, Tom Woodnutt. *** If a client asks for online qualitative research, most researchers will default to realtime webcam groups.  Although this may […]

The need for speedy research in a post-COVID world

February 19, 2021 0

2021 is already proving to be another year of uncertainty for global economies. In addition to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, there remains political restlessness in the US and Europe and continuing strained trade relations between […]

Australian Polling Council launched

October 26, 2020 0

MEDIA RELEASE: 26 October 2020: Australia’s leading public opinion research companies have come together and today announce the launch of the Australian Polling Council (APC) with the aim of advancing the quality and understanding of […]

Convenience the winner for online research methods

September 28, 2020 0

Research company Telmy asked participants how they are finding the online research experience. And the result – convenience ranks highly. “In response to COVID, much of the research that would usually be conducted face-to-face has […]

UBDI partners with Aus insight firm Faster Horses

January 29, 2020 0

January 28 2020: The Daily Research News Online site, MrWeb, reports, that – “US-based UBDI, which allows individuals to be compensated for sharing anonymous, aggregated data, has partnered with Australian insights firm Faster Horses in a […]

Language: it’s more than words

August 27, 2019 0

When we’re conducting research to inform evidence-based decision making, it is essential to include speakers of languages other than English, writes Angela Brooks. Yet the magic of meaning isn’t solely contained within the words we […]

AMSRS Conference – Polling session

July 24, 2019 0

In May 2019 Australians went to the polls to vote in the Federal election. The result, a Liberal – National coalition party victory, was not what the pollsters predicted. The question asked by the media […]

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