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Friday, 19 September 2014

Research 2010 awards shortlist unveiled

From: Research 2010 Conference blog

The shortlist for the Research 2010 conference awards was announced yesterday afternoon. The winners will be named at the annual Research Awards dinner in London on 13 December.

The shortlist is as follows:

 

BEST PAPER AWARD

  • Philip McNaughton & Beth Corte-Real: Co-creating Insights: Challenging the way we get to insights by adopting a more collaborative approach to research
  • David Penn: Contagion: Making sense of a marketing epidemic
  • Orlando Wood: Using an emotional model to improve the measurement of advertising effectiveness


BEST NEW THINKING AWARD

  • John Griffiths for his paper: Content Analytics and the future of market research: The Cloud of Knowing project
  • David Penn for his paper: Contagion: Making sense of a marketing epidemic
  • Peter Totman for his presentation: The Rashomon effect: An exploration of the meaning of qualitative analysis


BEST CONFERENCE PRESENTATION

  • Darren Cornish for his contribution to the session: Community power
  • Douglas Dunn and Debi Bester for their paper: New media research: User-generated social media
  • John Griffiths for his paper: Cloud of Knowing: Content analytics and the future of research


BEST NEWCOMER AWARD

  • Robert Bain for chairing the session: Research unlimited: New technologies for a more complete view of the respondent
  • Dr Stephen Bell for his paper: Complex conversations: New approaches in social marketing research for Tower Hamlets NHS
  • Doron Meyassed for his paper: Sex, lies and chocolate: How communities can change the way you think about innovation for good


SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION TO CONFERENCE

  • John Kearon, Alex Batchelor and Rory Sutherland for their innovation interview
  • The Question Time panel - Peter Duffy, Michelle Harrison, Peter Mouncey, James Turner and Stephen Sackur.
  • Fiona Wood and her panel - John Poorta, Kate Waters, Nick Southgate and Mark Francas - for their session: Communications and behaviour change

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  • Well done to you all - best of luck.

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