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Pippa Middleton wears Kate Middleton's Issa engagement ...

Marie 21, 2012
Pippa Middleton wore a raspberry version of Kate Middleton's blue Issa engagement dress to a wedding over the weekend. It's not unusual for Pippa Middleton ...
Story image for wedding dress shopping from Daily Mail

Big Fat Gypsy Weddings bride takes to the streets in 12 stone ...

Daily Mail-Feb. 10, 2012
The new series of Big Fat Gypsy Weddings is about to start, and with it six weeks of jaw-dropping story lines, colourful characters and over-the-top dresses.
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Boxing Day breaks records as busiest UK online shopping ...

Daily Mail-Dec. 27, 2012
Boxing Day set a new British record for the number of shoppers who went online, figures showed today as crowds descended on high streets once again for ...
Scotland's high streets boosted by Boxing Day sales
Scottish Daily Record-Dec. 27, 2012
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Found the perfect dress already? Pregnant Una Healy is ...

Daily Mail-Feb. 5, 2012
Pregnant Una Healy is beaming as she goes shopping for a wedding gown ... dress on Friday as she continues to plan her wedding to fiancĂ© Ben Foden.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

C) the Respondent has an opinion on this issue, but it was not stipulated by the sociologist in a set of alternatives, and to finish nowhere, the place is not abandoned, the question closed. Therefore, in order not to palter and not to give an answer that does not match his opinion, he chooses the neutral alternative or does not answer the question at all. (To semi-closed question);
d) the question is so unexpected and is out of sight of the Respondent that he does not know how to answer, because I didn't think about it. (To check the degree of competence and awareness of the respondents another question);
d) the question is difficult to answer, for example, a grid, scaled, with a large set of alternatives, it is tiring, requires a lot of attention and tension. Usually on such matters a lot of failures. (To simplify the form of a question, rearrange it, to enter further questions, to translate tabular combined issues in common);
e) the Respondent really does not remember, therefore and wrote "do Not remember", "Difficult to answer", "don't know". Perhaps the question has not been prepared other questions to revive memories. (To add questions to revive the memory or re-issue).
The refusal to answer a meaningful question can Express the attitude of respondents to individual questions and the questionnaire as a whole. For example, the Respondent does not like the questionnaire or individual questions, he does not seek to understand them, to answer honestly and fully. The number of refusals of the answer is the exponent disinterest of the respondents in the work with the questionnaire.
A thorough analysis of the results of the pilot survey allows to identify the true causes of disinterest in the work on the questionnaire or on a particular topic. This analysis is sometimes rather complicated because of the behaviors of the Respondent when answering a particular question can be many. In particular, it is possible to use a method of analysis of cross-border issues or issues in a single block. This allows you to define the logic behind the reasoning of the Respondent. Refusing to answer a particular question, the Respondent interrupts the logic of reasoning and thereby violates the whole system of reasoning (unless, of course, the question is not included the option of non-response of some respondents). It's not always reveals the true reasons why the Respondent refused to answer, but allows you to attract the attention of the researcher to the fact that this question or set of questions is not all right and that it should be rebuilt.