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Basic Marketing Research (with Qualtrics Printed Access Card) / Edition 7
     

Basic Marketing Research (with Qualtrics Printed Access Card) / Edition 7

by Gilbert A. Churchill
 

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ISBN-10: 1439041393

ISBN-13: 2901439041399

Pub. Date: 04/22/2009

Publisher: Cengage Learning

Why is BASIC MARKETING RESEARCH the best-selling marketing textbook? Because it's written to your perspective as a student. Authors Churchill and Brown know that for a marketing textbook to be effective, students have to be able to understand it. And they've achieved that time and again. This edition is packed with the features that made it a best-seller in the

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Why is BASIC MARKETING RESEARCH the best-selling marketing textbook? Because it's written to your perspective as a student. Authors Churchill and Brown know that for a marketing textbook to be effective, students have to be able to understand it. And they've achieved that time and again. This edition is packed with the features that made it a best-seller in the first place, from study tools to updated content to an easy-to-read writing style. Plus, in this volume you'll learn more about how experts gather data and how to use it yourself to turn greater profits.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2901439041399
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
04/22/2009
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
594

Table of Contents

PART I: INTRODUCTION TO MARKETING RESEARCH AND PROBLEM DEFINITION. 1. Role of Marketing Research. 2. Gathering Marketing Intelligence: The Systems Approach. 3. Gathering Marketing Intelligence: The Project Approach. 4. Problem Formulation. PART II: RESEARCH DESIGN. 5. Types of Research Design and Exploratory Research. 6. Descriptive and Causal Research Designs. PART III: DATA COLLECTION METHODS. 7. Secondary Data. 8. Standardized Marketing Information Services. 9. Collecting Primary Data. 10. Collecting Information by Communication. 11. Collecting Information by Observation. PART IV: DATA COLLECTION FORMS. 12. Asking Good Questions: Measurement Basics. 13. Measuring Attitudes and Other Variables. 14. Designing the Questionnaire or Observation Form. PART V: SAMPLING AND DATA COLLECTION. 15. Developing the Sampling Plan. 16. Determining Sample Size. 17. Collecting the Data: Nonsampling Errors and Response Rate Calculation. PART VI: DATA ANALYSIS. 18. Data Analysis: Preliminary Steps. 19. Data Analysis: Analyzing Individual Variables and Basics of Hypothesis Testing. 20. Data Analysis: Analyzing Multiple Variables Simultaneously. PART VII: RESEARCH REPORTS. 21. The Research Report.

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