The Perils of Perception: Why We're Wrong About Nearly Everything
A ground-breaking exploration of our misperceptions - informed by several exclusive Ipsos studies over 40 countries. Robert McPhedran, Associate Research Director at Ipsos Public Affairs, discusses why this is a must-read for Singaporeans.
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When Difference Doesn’t Mean Different: Understanding Cultural Bias
Running global Customer Experience studies provides both better value for money than individual country studies and a degree of standardisation across markets. However, their validity remains at risk from an age-old research problem: cultural bias.
The Numbers Game: Measuring Audiences in the Data Age
People who fear numbers are said to suffer from numerophobia or arithmophobia. There are even those who fear specific numbers like number 7 (heptaphobics) or number 13 (triskaidekaphobics). Audience measurement is a discipline swimming in numbers and, with the emergence of Big Data to supplement or even replace more traditional survey approaches in many cases, now throws out even more numbers.
Ethnography: an Unfiltered View of Reality
Ethnography is a research method made for investigating cultural practices, rituals, consumer behaviour, routines and social norms. It helps our clients identify previously unseen opportunities through looking at people’s worlds in a new way, through putting behaviour at the heart of our investigation.