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Questionnaire Results

  1. 1. Questionnaire Results
  2. 2. 1. How old are you? The majority of respondents were between the age range of 17-18 years old.
  3. 3. 2. Are you Male or Female? In total we only received 10 respondents from our questionnaire. However, 6 were male and the other 4 were female.
  4. 4. 3. What is your favourite genre of music? The majority of our respondents said that they didn’t have a particular genre of music that would be classed as their favourite, as they enjoyed many different genres of music. However, a few respondents did state their favourite genre, which was Alternative.
  5. 5. 4. Who are your three favourite artists (musical)? This question received many different artists, however a common trend was that many of the artists were fairly new. For example, Mumford & Sons. The different choices also spread across various genres, for example; Rock, Alternative, Ska and Indie.
  6. 6. 5. Which artist’s influence you? Unlike our previous question about favourite artists, this question about which artists influence the respondents, was answered with the majority of answers including iconic artists such as David Bowie and The Cure.
  7. 7. 6. Do you watch music videos? All the respondents said that they did watch music videos, with side comments stating that many of them watched them on YouTube whilst a few also watched them on the TV.
  8. 8. 7. How often do you watch music videos? The answers to this question varied, with some respondents stating that they watched music videos regularly, whilst others said that they only watch them when they saw that new releases were advertised. Some however, said that they watched music videos when they came across them, for example on the television.
  9. 9. 8. Do music videos increase your enjoyment of the song? The clear response from this question was ‘Yes’, however, it was also noted that some individuals enjoy the song more than the music video.
  10. 10. 9. Do music videos influence your song choice? Respondents said that a music video had no influence over their choice of song.
  11. 11. 10. What makes a music video appealing to you? The key word that came from the answers we received was that viewers would rather have a video that was interesting and made them want to continue watching, even if they didn’t particularly like the song track.
  12. 12. 11. Do you feel that a music video has to have a narrative? Most respondents came back to us with answers saying ‘No it’s not always important.’ However, others said that it is interesting to sometimes follow the story of the song and even feel like a part of it.
  13. 13. 12. Do you like being able to spot references in a music video to other films/videos/people? All respondents said that this makes the video more interesting to them, however they said it wasn’t always key to a music video. A few mentioned Lady Gaga’s - ‘Telephone’ as an example.
  14. 14. 13. Name a music video that stands out for you and why. All of the respondents named different videos that stood out to them, however most of the videos mentioned were performance based.
  15. 15. 14. A music video from the ‘Indie’ genre that stands out for you and why? Examples of videos that that were stated: Mumford & Sons – “The Cave”, The Kooks – “She Moves In Her Own Way” and the Editors – “An End Has A Start”. Again all the examples given were from fairly modern bands.
  16. 16. 15. Does Stop Motion Appeal To You? Respondents who knew what Stop Motion was were enthusiastic about it. However, a few respondents were unsure what Stop Motion was, therefore we had to explain. After explaining, most found it appealing whilst others were still unsure.
  17. 17. 16. Would You Like To See Stop Motion Within A Music Video? Most said that they would like to see stop motion within a music video, whilst others were unsure (these were mainly the respondents who didn’t understand first off what stop motion was).