Category Archives: Ethnographic Research

QRCA speakers focus on how tech is shaping qualitative research

I’m back in the office after a fun and engaging three days in Orlando, Fla. attending the 2015 QRCA annual conference. I truly enjoyed my time at the event and I must say that my fellow attendees were some of … Continue reading

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Insights in Action: Ethnography sharpens Gillette razor launch in India

Just wanted to bring to your attention a great long-form piece by the AP’s Mae Anderson on Procter & Gamble’s adventures in ethnography as it determined how to sell its Gillette razors in India. The article offers, as one quoted … Continue reading

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Temporary is here to stay

An article on pop-up stores in the November 15-21 Bloomberg Businessweek got me to thinking about some of the rich ethnographic opportunities they present to researchers. Beyond including one of the best unintentionally great quotes I’ve seen lately (“This whole … Continue reading

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