A social experiment is a kind of psychological or sociological research for testing a people’s reaction to certain situations or events. The experiment relies on a particular social approach, when a main source of information is people with their own knowledge and point of view. To carry out a social experiment, specialists usually divide participants into two groups — active participants (people who take action in some event) and respondents (people who react to the action). Throughout the period of experiment, participants are monitored be specialists to identify the effects and differences as a result of the experiment.

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  • A social experiment is a kind of psychological or sociological research for testing a people’s reaction to certain situations or events. The experiment relies on a particular social approach, when a main source of information is people with their own knowledge and point of view. To carry out a social experiment, specialists usually divide participants into two groups — active participants (people who take action in some event) and respondents (people who react to the action). Throughout the period of experiment, participants are monitored be specialists to identify the effects and differences as a result of the experiment. Social experiments have also been used by companies in order to collect data about consumers and their opinion about the product or some particular topic. (en)
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  • A social experiment is a kind of psychological or sociological research for testing a people’s reaction to certain situations or events. The experiment relies on a particular social approach, when a main source of information is people with their own knowledge and point of view. To carry out a social experiment, specialists usually divide participants into two groups — active participants (people who take action in some event) and respondents (people who react to the action). Throughout the period of experiment, participants are monitored be specialists to identify the effects and differences as a result of the experiment. (en)
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  • Social experiment (en)
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