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What is the best answer for your question?

Previous article dealt with making a specific research question. Now I would like to argue that it is also important to make the best answer for research question and one way to create the best answer is through picking the most appropriate research method. 798 more words

EU-ASEAN

Getting Some Answers...

Last year I wrote a post – The Mysterious Case of the Woman Who Died Twice – about Lucy Wall Grimley the sister of my husband’s 2x great grandmother Annie Selina Brown Grimley, who had seemingly died twice… 1,301 more words

Genealogy

Promo Product Case Study: The Power Of A Simple USB Memory Pen

When thinking about using promotional products, the question is often asked, “how do other companies and brands use promotional products successfully?”  Many people think that these products are only used as giveaways at events or tradeshows.  426 more words

Brand Awareness

Ethics of Using Internet Video of Police Conduct

From the Ethics AdviceLine for Journalists archives

By Casey Bukro

Back in 2011, Chicago radio reporter Steve Edwards was covering gang violence and Chicago police for…

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Media

Philosophy Alumni Case Study

Name: Laura Mundy

What is your current role and what are your day to day activities?

I am currently a manager for a social charity that provides support for vulnerable people. 544 more words

Employment

Lijjat Papad Case Study

Be it an evening snack, or a banquet or a meal at home, the papad finds its due place on the dining table.No Indian meal is complete without it, and India’s biggest `papad’ success story is undoubtedly, Lijjat.Everyone enjoys ‘rags to riches’ stories and everyone likes tales of stupendous success achieved through sheer determination. 146 more words

Amazing

Malcolm Gladwell: the Snapchat problem, the Facebook problem, the Airbnb problem

John Koetsier July 24, 2015 10:25 AM

Last night futurist, journalist, prognosticator, and author Malcolm Gladwell told pretty much the most data-driven marketing technologist crowd imaginable that data is not their salvation. 847 more words

Nana Smith