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ESSENTIALS OF MARKETING RESEARCH (LL) | Edition: 4TH 17

Author:
HAIR
ISBN:
9780078112119
Publication Date:
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Publisher:
MCG
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Overview

Essentials of Marketing Research concisely delivers an up-to-date review of a broad variety of marketing research topics. It takes an application-oriented approach, providing students with the tools and skills necessary to solve business problems and exploit business opportunities. The authors' years of experience in real-world marketing research is evident throughout, from their thorough treatment of qualitative research (given short shrift in many other books) to their knowledgeable coverage of sample size rules-of-thumb, conducting a background literature review, and the importance of new market research tools and techniques. Essentials of Marketing Research gives your students a strong command of market research principles, while being short enough to use alongside your favorite cases or projects.
This book was adopted by:
Austin Community College
Baker College Online & Graduate
California State University - Los Angeles
Campbellsville University
Coastal Carolina University
College of Charleston
Concordia University St. Paul
DePaul University - Loop
Duquesne University
Ferris State University
Furman University
Georgia College
Georgia Gwinnett College
Harvard Coop
Indiana University Bloomington
Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus
Iona College
Lees-McRae College
Liberty University
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Minnesota State University at Mankato
Mississippi State University
Missouri Western State University
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Northeastern State University Broken Arrow
Northeastern State University Tahlequah
Nova Southeastern University
Oakwood University
Pacific University
Penn State University - Berks
Penn State University - Harrisburg
Penn State University - Scranton
Penn State University - Wilkes-Barre
Penn State University Lehigh Valley
Penn State University -Schuylkill
Queensborough Community College (CUNY)
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Saint Mary's University- Winona
Southern Connecticut State University
Temple University
Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University - Kingsville
The Ohio State University - Columbus Campus
Tulane University
University of Central Florida- Main Campus
University of Connecticut – Stamford
University of Houston
University of Kentucky
University of Nevada - Las Vegas
University of South Alabama
University of South Carolina
University of South Florida Tampa
University of West Alabama
Washington State University
Washington State University - Spokane
Washington State University - Tri-Cities
West Virginia University
West Virginia University at Parkersburg
Wilkes University
William & Mary

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Table of Contents


Part 1: The Role and Value of Marketing Research Information

Chapter 1 - Marketing Research for Decision Making

Chapter 2 - The Marketing Research Process and Proposals

Part 2: Designing the Marketing Research Project

Chapter 3 - Literature Reviews and Hypotheses

Chapter 4 - Secondary Data and Sources

Chapter 5 - Qualitative and Observational Research Designs

Chapter 6 - Descriptive and Causal Research Designs

Part 3: Gathering and Collecting Accurate Data

Chapter 7 - Sampling: Theory and Methods

Chapter 8 - Measurement & Scaling

Chapter 9 - Designing the Questionnaire

Part 4: Data Preparation, Analysis and Reporting the Results

Chapter 10 - Analyzing and Reporting Qualitative Research

Chapter 11 - Preparing Data for Quantitative Analysis

Chapter 12 - Basic Data Analysis for Quantitative Research

Chapter 13 - Examining Relationships in Quantitative Research

Chapter 14 - Reporting and Presenting Results