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Three simple rules to follow when consulting teenagers (03 Nov 17)

Do YOU remember those tricky, bewildering “in-between” years? Teenagers are not children and they are not adults. So how should you go about getting them to talk?

Running focus groups with teenagers isn’t easy.

Even the thought of sitting in a room with five or six adolescents fills most adults with horror.

Here are some key tips from Martyn Richards to help you:

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