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Research in Marketing

Ralph F. Breyer
1948 Journal of Marketing  
Professor Morgenstern finds serious limita- tions in the customary economic concepts of demand and price, and argues for the con- struction of a more general theory better able to explain market strategy  ...  In general, the results of the second survey are not greatly different from those obtained in the first survey in 1945, except that a revised and improved statement of two questions used in the survey  ... 
doi:10.1177/002224294801300118 fatcat:hx3s4zc4cvfd5h67m6czlvatde

Conceptual Framework for Key Element Identification in Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (IAHS): Case of Honghe Hani Rice Terraces System in China

Li Heyao, He Siyuan, Ding Lubin, Ma Nan, Min Qingwen
2021 Journal of Resources and Ecology  
Acknowledgements We would like to express our sincere thanks to the Hani Terrace World Heritage Administration Bureau of Honghe Hani and Yi Autonomous Prefecture, and the Hani Terrace Administration Bureau  ...  of Honghe County for their support and collaboration throughout this study.  ...  In this study, we selected Baohua Town in Honghe County to conduct a questionnaire and interview survey because the total area of the terraced landscape of Samaba Area is the largest among the ten key  ... 
doi:10.5814/j.issn.1674-764x.2021.04.010 fatcat:jttqyrgo2bgvppwssx2q7f74x4

Environmental Awareness of the Contributors to the National Trust Movement in Miyoshi Village, Chiba, Japan

Takashi SUGITANI
1999 Geographical review of Japan series B  
A question naire survey revealed that the main force of the contributors were females born during the wartime and the postwar baby-boom, who became aware of chemical harm by having children and by doing  ...  The farmers had the opinion that development was the wrong way to vitalize their village, which is a current viewpoint of regional planning.  ...  Then, how did the respondents think about the vitalization? Let us investigate their new values by the final question.  ... 
doi:10.4157/grj1984b.72.48 fatcat:vsnjcquevnczdkb2iklkmuzhc4

Crossings on Public Perception of Biomedicine: Spain and the European Indicators [chapter]

Eulalia Prez, Mara Jos Miranda Surez
2012 Biomedicine  
Biomedicine 184 The second movement mentioned, fundamentally of British origin, seeks to assess the capacity of society to understand science, its applications and its relationships to society, and as  ...  This other orientation appears more appropriate, as the notion of scientific culture already includes communicative skills and abilities, which also entail outlining a type of culture relative to the organizational  ...  The changes in these stages have come with controversies that demand a revision of agendas and discourses.  ... 
doi:10.5772/37499 fatcat:at7xds6fuvc7lmgw6kpxruznzu

Determination and modelling of energy consumption in wheat production using neural networks: "A case study in Canterbury province, New Zealand"

M. Safa, S. Samarasinghe
2011 Energy  
IV A survey was conducted to collect the most important data and to identify farmers' attitudes and opinions about energy consumption.  ...  This study would be the first to investigate the factors related to the efficient use of energy in agricultural production.  ...  Their opinions were investigated carefully, which helped to improve the survey.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.energy.2011.06.016 fatcat:aym2aef2qfdefgfs36settlyiq

Farmer Decision-Making on the Concept of Coexistence: A Comparative Analysis between Organic and Biotech Farmers in the Philippines

Clarisse Mendoza Gonzalvo, Wilson Jr. Florendo Aala, Keshav Lall Maharjan
2021 Agriculture  
In this study, we conducted a cross-sectional survey on 70 Filipino farmers (i.e., 35 organic and 35 biotech) to understand farmers' perspectives regarding coexisting farming methods.  ...  Our data can also provide insights to policymakers in terms of surveying farmer perspectives to balance farmer needs, primarily in yield and income security, with the national agricultural agenda centered  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript; or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/agriculture11090857 fatcat:7wolge7hbjgwdenxkwuxqvhsje

Chapter V: Observational Methods of Research

Saul B. Sells
1948 Review of Educational Research  
He described the organization and administration of the Morale Division of the U. S. Strategic Bombing Survey in Japan.  ...  They used a questionnaire form in the two higher grades.  ... 
doi:10.3102/00346543018005424 fatcat:gljvvhejgzh3xcdo63cvhpjkyu

Investimentos em pesquisa e desenvolvimento agrícola

Jaim José da Silva Júnior, José Maria Jardim da Silveira, Andréa Leda Ramos de Oliveira, Caroline Nascimento Pereira, Carolina da Silveira Bueno, Carl Esek Pray
2019 Revista Brasileira de Inovação  
A partir de uma base inédita de dados primários, o estudo avalia a dinâmica dos investimentos privados em P&D alocados no Brasil por empresas dos setores de insumos agrícolas.  ...  As conclusões destacam a alta intensidade tecnológica, o crescimento dos investimentos privados e a pequena participação relativa de empresas nacionais no progresso tecnológico de insumos agrícolas.  ...  The third part of the article exhibits the methodology and discusses aspects of the questionnaire used in the interviews.  ... 
doi:10.20396/rbi.v18i1.8652914 fatcat:dgybqtwjznen5nyws766bwqyc4

Social distance between residents and international tourists—Implications for international business

Rudolf R. Sinkovics, Elfriede Penz
2009 International Business Review  
This finding inspired the present empirical investigation. Hill (1984) uses the concepts of spatial and social distance in relation to ethnic minorities.  ...  Our empirical investigation follows this conceptual layout and mirrors the concepts used in the conceptual background section closely.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ibusrev.2009.06.002 fatcat:xm3volwacjbb5ihihghjove53e

Challenges and Tendencies of Automatic Milking Systems (AMS): A 20-Years Systematic Review of Literature and Patents

Alessia Cogato, Marta Brščić, Hao Guo, Francesco Marinello, Andrea Pezzuolo
2021 Animals  
The use of farm data and their incorporation on herd decision support systems (DSS) appeared optimal.  ...  The words appearing in title, abstract and keywords of a total of 802 documents were processed with the text mining tool. Four clusters were identified (Components, Technology, Process and Animal).  ...  Institutional Review Board Statement: Not applicable. Data Availability Statement: The data presented in this study are available on request from the corresponding author.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ani11020356 pmid:33572673 pmcid:PMC7912558 fatcat:lhyipza3zvfkhmpeo7njxdnhue

Open Praxis, volumen 1 issue 1

Editor Open Praxis
2007 Open Praxis  
This setting diminishes possible technological phobia and contributes towards the integration of the use of Information and Communication Technology in students' daily lives.  ...  This work also stresses the importance of fostering trust in a distance learning community and in improving trustful online distance learning environments.  ...  The author is thankful to YCMOU, Nashik for allowing this topic to be used for Ph. D. work.  ... 
doi:10.5944/openpraxis.1.1.217 fatcat:pki76gzspna4jecdpkywj4ndcq

Z Generation Youth and Interest in Science

Cristine Santos de Souza da Silva, Tania Renata Prochnow, Giuseppe Pellegrini
2018 Acta Scientiae  
The methodology adopted involved the application of a questionnaire called "Barometer: young people and science", belonging to the Project Sapiens that investigates nationwide the opinions, attitudes and  ...  In view of this, aiming to investigate the interest of the young people of Z Generation by school science, this article wants to give the students of Canoas/RS a voice about this theme.  ...  In the applications of the ROSE questionnaire in the participating countries, including Brazilian investigations, it was observed that there is a difference in perceptions about science in relation to  ... 
doi:10.17648/acta.scientiae.v20iss6id4775 fatcat:j6shmwyvkza7fmx6cntjgjhhta

Research in Marketing

William S. Penn
1956 Journal of Marketing  
Chapter 3 investigates 1954 income figures and breakdowns for the state of New Mexico as a whole. Included are source graphs for state personal income and wage and salary payments.  ...  The theory (that opinion forming is a two-step process) is discussed in a new book, Personal Influence, and in this reported inter- view.  ... 
doi:10.1177/002224295602100214 fatcat:z5h6rk3n4ndufpsbruo6zirrrm

Marketing Research

William S. Penn
1959 Journal of Marketing  
This publication forges a new and vital tool for use in demand-and-supply analysis from the con- cept of distributed lags originally developed by Irving Fisher.  ...  This survey is a useful compilation of a mass of financial and operating statistics in one of America’s vital indus- tries. 6.  ... 
doi:10.1177/002224295902300415 fatcat:55inhmgkczdwjcxfqixajudosq

Volume 11, Issue 1 | Journal of Integrated Disaster Risk Management | IDRiM Journal

Journal of Integrated Disaster Risk Management | IDRiM Journal
2022 Journal of Integrated Disaster Risk Management  
We conducted a questionnaire survey with 558 participants and 9 semi-structured interviews in fifteen electoral wards in Rangpur city. Afterward, we analyzed the data in SPSS and ArcMap platforms.  ...  Therefore, we investigate the risk perception of earthquake and fire hazards in Rangpur.  ...  Rather, it is a consequence of the new equilibrium of demand and supply.  ... 
doi:10.5595/001c.34242 fatcat:l5epi5rlmzgdxeox65gezmsajy
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