Category Archives: Research

Question Types

when trying to collect data you have to ask people questions, but depending on what you would like to find out and what your going to try to do with the results can really change the way you approach your … Continue reading

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Research – Glee Survey Results/Analyzing

To find out what the general public would like to see on an episode of glee i created a survey in which i sent out on various websites to generate alot of varied results and try not to ask the … Continue reading

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Research – Who Watches Glee

Who Watches Glee Task 2, Use Secondary research to find out who and how many people watch glee, i will be using BARB, Facebook and Twitter to find out and analyze how many people watch glee. Barb Viewing figures: Facebook: … Continue reading

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Glee: Research Methods

Research methods and techniques -Surveys -Interviews -Focus Groups Surveys/Interview/Focus groups are all ways of gathering data about a specific product or subject. they all communicate with the user in different ways and allow for different types of answers. Surveys Advantages … Continue reading

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Glee Survey – Please complete :)

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WFBJLDG please answer every question if possible

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Radio Research

-using RAJAR website pick 4 radio stations: one national psb,one national commercial,one regional psb and one regional commercial : and using the statistics and figues, make a post to your blog describing The differences between local and national radio and … Continue reading

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Big Brother

How has Big Brothers viewer count changed and why was the show recently canceled? in 2000 Big Brother was first aired and from the first few weeks the viewer ratings showed poor interest in the show but as the show … Continue reading

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