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BUS 339

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BUS 339 Week 1 Discussion 1 What is Marketing Research?   BUS 339 Week 1 Discussion 2 Marketing Research Challenges   BUS 339 Week 1 Quiz   BUS 339 Week 2 Assignment Marketing Information System   BUS 339 Week 2 Discussion 1 Research Design .....
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What is Marketing Research? In the video, The Role of Market Research, Jeff Hawkins describes how marketing research did (and didn’t) help him identify market opportunities and problems. Use Table 1.1 to suggest a category of marketing research that could support the marketing efforts of a produc.....
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Marketing Research Challenges. Read the Marketing Research Association’s Code of Marketing Research Standards. Discuss how some of the practices described in the text violate this code of ethics. Why would a firm violate the code of ethics? Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings. .....
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Firms that collect information and make it available to multiple subscribers are called: Which of the following statements best describes the current state of the marketing research industry? The purpose of marketing research is: The final step in the marketing research process is: .....
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Marketing Information System. Select a product with a marketing problem (of your choice) and write a three- to four- page paper (excluding the title and reference pages) based on the issues below. Be sure to follow APA formatting and use a minimum of three scholarly sources from the Ashford Unive.....
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Research Design. Choose one of the three clients in Case 4.1, Memo from a Researcher, at the end of Chapter 4 of your text. State which type of research design is most appropriate for the client and why. Give a specific example of how you would apply your recommended research design and explain w.....
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In-house Research versus Publicly Available Research. Read the article “How to Use Interesting Research to Help Market Your Business." Describe the difference between conducting original in- house research and using publicly available research. When is it beneficial to conduct in-house research a.....
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Which of the following would be classified as a part of internal secondary data? What type of research design should a marketing researcher use to find out how many customers there are, what brands they buy and in what quantities, which advertisements they recall, what are their attitudes tow.....
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Research Objectives & Data Analysis. Read the report BLS Spotlight on Statistics: Women at Work on the Bureau of Labor Statistics site. Find an example of each of the four research objectives listed in Table 11.1 at the beginning of Chapter 11 in your text. You should support your answer usin.....
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Samples & Sampling. After watching the American FactFinder Virtual Tour, identify a population using the Census Bureau’s American FactFinder. How could the sampling process lead to a bias or error in your data if you sampled this population? Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posting.....
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Since most consumers want a car with excellent fuel economy, wouldn’t you agree your next car will be a hybrid?” is an example of: In the question, “Do you always buy electronic products from Dell?” Which word is one of the “words to avoid in question development?” ____________ is some li.....
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Statistics. In the video, Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics, Sebastian Wernicke did a tongue-in-cheek analysis of how to design a great presentation. Rather than be humorous, suggest some statistical analysis that you think would give good advice on how to be a better presenter. Use the techniques.....
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You have been asked to come up with a new ad campaign for a national pizza chain.  You would like to target both young adults and families with children, but you don’t have the budget for two separate campaigns.  What are some variables that you could measure and how would you analyze t.....
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  If we were to graph two variables, let's say, height (in inches) and GPA, and the graph showed points scattered about in a formless shape, we could say there is: If we were to graph two variables, let's say, height (in inches) and GPA, and the graph showed points scattered about in.....
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Report Writing. What is the function of the “limitations” section of a marketing research report? What limitations exist in the marketing research project you designed for your Final Paper? Respond to at least two of your classmates. .....
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International Topics in Marketing Research. Review the web sites of at least three of the marketing research firms listed in Table 2.1 near the beginning of Chapter 2 in your text. What international topics and issues are they discussing? Respond to at least two of your classmates’ postings. .....
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