We conclude our series on cynicism in Japan by looking at how cynical consumers affect businesses.
In a follow-up to Monday’s article, we look at the roots of cynicism in 21st century Japan.
In the first of a three part series, we look at how cynicism has become entrenched in Japanese society over the past 10 years.
By Olga Strelkova
Russian Public Opinion & Market Research has grown during the last 25 years from a limited number of private research companies to the well-developed industry that provides business and social insights. The work of hundreds small and big companies, who gather and analyze great amount of information about opinions, intentions, preferences and behaviors of people and organizations is well known to state government, business and institutions of civil society, and is widely discussed in mass media.
On February 22, CEISMU, the Uruguayan Association of market researchers, organized a special session in the anteroom of the Uruguayan Chamber of Deputies, in the Legislative Palace in Montevideo, bringing together researchers, academics, journalists and members of the Uruguayan government to discuss – and debate – the role of polls and their relationship to democracy.