Thursday, February 28, 2019

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Anonymous said...

In sociological questionnaires commonly used the past a long time. Specific since, for example, "have You Watched yesterday a TV program "Health"?" cannot be used because of the nature of the survey, except for special occasions. Nevertheless, any long elapsed time has its limits, which must always be specified.
The future. In principle, all the features that were mentioned earlier regarding the present and the past, equally apply to future action. "How do You plan to spend your vacation next year?" time specification is mandatory the moment in these matters. But questions about future events or actions has its own specifics. First of all, it is that these actions are always projective, i.e. assume, or rather Express the opinion of the respondents about their probable behavior in the future.
The feature of future time is that if the questions about the past a long time are limited, in particular, the memory of the Respondent, the question of the future is limited by the possibility to predict their actions. So, it is useless to ask how You will spend your vacation in ten years. Seriously, hardly anyone will undertake to answer this question. The future carries uncertainty. If we ask, "How do You think I can solve all their problems next year?", the answer may be in the best case, if the Respondent reasonable, "don't know" or "maybe." And really, how would he know.
It certainly does not mean that questions should be limited to only a small segment of future time. People are always planning their future, but not predict. To plan it, maybe for life, for example, to live life happily with his young wife and mother-in-law. He can plan to go to College and to fly in space. And the sociologist has the right to ask about plans for the future (one of the favorite topics of social scientists working on youth issues). But in these matters (about future plans) can be indefinite future time - for example, if he was going to do to learn; or a certain future - admission to the UNIVERSITY in the next academic year.
Aristotle in his Poetics wrote about the three principles in relation to theatrical genre: the unity of place, time and action. This equally applies to the whole of social existence and to the question including. Just putting the content of the question, the place where events, time and nature of the actions, you can define the content of the question and the unity of its understanding and sociologist and the Respondent.
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