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The Journal of Consumer Research at 40: A Historical Analysis

A consumer perspective on embedding research in paediatric rheumatology

CORBETT, (Peter) Graham (born 1934), Chairman, Rica (Consumer Research for Older and Disabled People) (formerly Ricability (Research and Information for Consumers with Disabilities)), since 1998

BEISHON, (Ronald) John (1930 - 2001), Director, Consumers’ Association, 1987–94; Chief Executive, Association for Consumer Research, 1987–94

The impact of consumer involvement in research: an evaluation of consumer involvement in the London Primary Care Studies Programme

The Voice of the Citizen Consumer: A History of Market Research, Consumer Movements, and the Political Public Sphere, ed. Kerstin Brückweh

Commentary: Save the Children: Direct-to-Consumer Testing of Children is Premature, Even for Research

Consumer Research Looks at Patient Perspectives of Spiral CT for Lung Cancer

Can Marketing Data Aid Survey Research? Examining Accuracy and Completeness in Consumer-File Data

Research Strategies for Safety Evaluation of Nanomaterials, Part VII: Evaluating Consumer Exposure to Nanoscale Materials

 

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Any form of marketing research undertaken among the final consumers of a product or service. For example, a manufacturer supplying man-made fibres to a shirt factory might undertake consumer research, interviewing purchasers of shirts, in order to establish the merits, or otherwise, of the fibres. Compare industrial marketing research.

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