- Author:Ralph F. Breyer
- Publisher:Ayer Co Pub (December 1, 1978)
- Pages:282 pages
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Ralph Stair is Professor Emeritus at Florida State University. He earned a BS in chemical engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from Tulane University. Under the guidance of Ken Ramsing and Alan Eliason, he received a PhD in operations management from the University of Oregon. He has taught at the University of Oregon, the University of Washington, the University of New Orleans, and Florida State University. He has taught twice in Florida State University’s Study Abroad Program in London.
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The results of the quantitative content analysis indicated that the focus of the marketing material would be on information management, information supply. But the qualitative analysis revealed that the focus is on monetary advantages. The strong focus on monetary advantages of information technology seems typical for the 1980s and 1990s. The Aldrich Archive includes contemporaneous case studies of end-user computer systems that were used for marketing purposes.
The main aim of assigning a numerical value to variables by the quantitative analysts is to reflect reality mathematically. Quantitative analysis can be performed for various reasons like performance evaluation, measurement, or evaluating a financial instrument.
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Applying multilevel meta-analysis, we analyzed celebrity endorsements in the context of for-profit and non-profit marketing. Findings revealed strong positive and negative effects when theoretically relevant moderators were included in the analysis
Applying multilevel meta-analysis, we analyzed celebrity endorsements in the context of for-profit and non-profit marketing. Findings revealed strong positive and negative effects when theoretically relevant moderators were included in the analysis. The most positive attitudinal effect appeared for male actors who match well with an implicitly endorsed object (d .90).
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A systemic multilevel perspective on human behavior. 9. Quantitative methods 3: Analysis of variance and regression models. Models of associations of 3 variables. Holism and reductionism in psychology. Experimental control in between-group designs: controlling group non-equivalence (randomization, matching, et. Experimental control in within-group designs: controlling time, position effects (randomization, counterbalancing, et. Factorial experiments. Mixed plans: time-group interactions. Multiple regression: purpose, assumptions and limitations, steps, presenting results.