Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for wedding dress shopping from Telegraph.co.uk

Monaco's modern-day Princess Grace

Telegraph.co.uk-Jun. 20, 2011
... disarmingly poker-faced about the sartorial challenges facing a Royal bride ... She had been playing volleyball all day and threw on a green dress in a rush.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from International Business Times

Kate Middleton Begins Christmas Dress Shopping; Which ...

International Business Times-Nov. 29, 2011
Kate Middleton Begins Christmas Dress Shopping; Which Designers Are on Her List? ... McQueen is the label behind Middleton's stunning wedding dress.
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

Pictured: The fairytale Western wedding of Lauren Bush and ...

Daily Mail-Nov. 19, 2011
'Any experience of a girl picking out her wedding dress is amazing, but I have to say it was really special to work with David's dad, to see him in action with his ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Mirror.co.uk

Royal wedding or Big Fat Gypsy wedding: Who got it right and ...

Mirror.co.uk-May 1, 2011
So who got it royally right... and who's fit for a big fat gypsy wedding? ... Victoria Beckham: The slash-neck dress from her own collection was stunning. But the ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Thus, the analysis and identify reasons that hinder the good work, the Respondent came to the objective conclusion that one of the main factors is his personal lack of organization, lack of discipline, inability. But he, of course, do not want to admit it, and he's looking for other causes, especially in objective conditions, and those that would seem most likely, and discovers them, such as poor organization of work, low wages, etc. This means that in his second argument he had to build an appropriate system, to find a plausible answer in the objective area. That is often exactly shows the methodical analysis of open questions. Among the criticisms the thousand plus suggestions for improvement of work of the enterprises almost have not met a single one that would indicate that the Respondent is not working, this should be corrected. This phenomenon can be explained by other reasons which we do not analyze.
At the same time on a closed question, offered to MSU students, that prevents a good school, more than a third said: "personal disorganization", "inability to learn", which is true, as shown by further analysis. It is written shows that it is possible to trust (to a certain extent, of course) to the respondents.
Repeat: to do this double analysis is quite difficult, especially that insincere answer is much more complicated than sincere, entirely in keeping with the logic of not only reasoning, but also events, i.e. objective reality. Sincere, the correct answer can be only one, then how about a few (although, of course, not infinitely many). It is difficult to decide which of them is preferable. Roughly speaking, if a person wants to lie, he must remember what he said (or thought), know the real answer, to know is not true. As says the English proverb: "one who lies needs a good memory".
The problem of sincerity and insincerity of respondents not the most sophisticated in the sociological study. In connection with the problem of reliability of the results is not correct to speak of the insincerity of respondents and the quality of the whole study, primarily about the correct and proper formation of questions and the questionnaire as a whole. Most of the respondents tend to answer honestly, but because of the mistakes of the researchers they are in such conditions that they are forced to answer incorrectly: understood the question wrong chosen alternatives, the questionnaire tedious, wordy, etc. It can be argued that in 99 cases out of 100 the unreliability of the results of the study blame the researcher. If the results of the survey were wrong, we should not rush to blame the Respondent, should seek their own shortcomings. In the circuit "Respondent - researcher" weak link often turns out to be the last.