Joan Rivers' 10 Best Royal Wedding Jokes
Hollywood Reporter-Apr. 30, 2011
The Royal Wedding provided plenty of fodder for Joan Rivers on Friday night's ... mind 'cause I have a makeup girl come in when i just even go shopping online." ... in the palace got together and made that dress and look how pretty she looks.
Gimme a kiss and make it snappy! Kate Moss and Jamie ...
Daily Mail-Mar. 23, 2011
Kate Moss and Jamie Hince canoodle like newlyweds in photo shop ... nuptials while Jamie has been on tour but it is not clear who her wedding dress will be by.
How Does Duchess Catherine's Train Compare to Princess ...
People Magazine-Apr. 30, 2011
Since the day Prince William proposed to Kate Middleton with his late mother's sapphire engagement ring, comparisons to his parents' massive 1981 wedding ...
Roll up, roll up for the Kate clothes show (Pippa not included ...
Daily Mail-Jul. 21, 2011
Half a million expected to file past wedding dress at Buckingham Palace ... Fit for a Duchess: Kate Middleton's stunning wedding gown is going on display at the ...
The practice of sociological research and the methodological analysis of the answers of respondents show that respondents, as a rule, try to answer truthfully, i.e., choose those answers that correspond to their opinion. Of course there are cases when a Respondent goes from sincere answer and selects another, about, from his point of view, the answer does not reflect an objective reality. But this is relatively rare. Why? Because in this case the respondents have to travel quite a complicated mental work.
The fact that for the respondents the questionnaire is a chaotic set of questions (we shall speak), where each of them exists by itself, alone, out of touch with others. If the Respondent absolutely not ponder in the questionnaire and notes mechanical first code (this happens in individual respondents if their pain issues), then in order to choose the right answer, he needs to enter the question in their reasoning, and to find in it a response in accordance with the context of certain events. It is a necessary process, because every event and phenomenon of the objective reality exists in the human mind themselves, and in a certain relationship to other events, phenomena, and necessarily in a single system. In this system, the essential value of each phenomenon are determined in the context of past phenomena and events. To identify the value of new, proposed phenomenon, in this case of survey question, respondents must first introduce it in the context of their reasoning in a chain of past events and phenomen
Further, it needs to find the answer, right, or true, in the sense that it meets a certain logic of events, or, in other words, the conceptual logic.
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