Thursday, February 28, 2019

South seas white pearl pendant

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Anonymous said...

Thus, a dichotomous question only describes the social totality of respondents, the reason for departure of which is or low pay or bad work conditions or bad relationships with the boss, or bad welfare. Just one of the reasons in each issue accordingly describes only one group of people. The counting of votes for each alternative ("Yes", "no") is made of the total number of respondents to this question.
In a closed question the set of alternatives already describes a large group of people, all those who have the reason for the dismissal may be low wages, and poor working conditions, and poor relations with boss, and poor social amenities. In this set, each group having only one cause of dismissal, may take a smaller place. In addition, respondents reading alternatives to a closed question, consciously or unconsciously, but they rank among themselves according to importance, and thereby also reduces the number of responses on the part of the alternatives. Accordingly, the percentage is set for each of the alternatives of the total number of respondents. Hence the least compared to the dichotomous question, the percentage distribution between alternatives of different forms of questions.
In the table the question of his General social totality is more and more fractional. It includes all those who have one of the reasons for the departure from the firm. But along with this is the division of each of these subgroups a further three subgroups: those for which a particular cause is very meaningful, not very meaningful and not meaningful. In turn, each of these subgroups is divided, already a dichotomous question, for two equal or not equal to the subgroup who chose the alternative "Yes" or "no". Thus, the grid question are formed 4 x 3 x 3 x 2=24 subgroups. But since the response rate for each alternative table question is taken from the response to one of the sub-questions, as is usually done in a closed question, the number of groups actually depend only on the number of sub-questions and alternatives.