Tuesday, November 19, 2019

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Presidential veto: George HW and Barbara Bush to snub ...

Daily Mail-Aug. 31, 2011
Controversial: The wedding of Ralph Lauren's son David to Lauren Bush has been ... Along with help from Vera Wang Ralph Lauren has designed the dress for ...
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Bride-to-be killed in Long Island pharmacy massacre to be ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 21, 2011
... Island pharmacy massacre to be buried in the wedding dress that she never .... pharmacy as a mom-and-pop shop where employees knew people by name.
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Inside the most fashionable wedding of the year: Mario ...

Daily Mail-Aug. 11, 2011
Ahead of the wedding she told Vogue she wanted: 'A classic Galliano, those chiffon thirties kind. I've lived in his dresses for years, and they just make me feel so ...
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The Kate Effect

Vogue.com-Jul. 22, 2011
Since the wedding she has stepped out in some key British-based designers' ... It was a similar story for the Reiss Shola dress which the Duchess wore to meet the ... and very proud that she continues to shop with us," a spokesperson said.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

About the answer is also an answer that reflects certain attitudes, preferences, opinions of the Respondent. Insincere answers may vary, but they are always limited by the level of understanding and evaluation of this event, and thus the options about of the answer, which usually not too much. Therefore, the reliability of research results depends not primarily from the phenomenon of the sincerity or insincerity of respondents ' answers, and a clear understanding of the sociologist, what phenomenon reflect the responses received, what objective processes are behind those in other opinions of the respondents. This applies not only to so-called insincere answers, but any and all responses, even those that, seemingly, does not doubt the sincerity.
I guess you could say that insincere answers do not exist, there is only expressed by respondents opinion. The task of the researcher is to identify the objective processes that are reflected in it. This task is quite complicated. Worst of all, it is not always understood by the researcher. The attitude of the respondents as necessarily adequately reflecting the objective reality (with the exception of insincere) often leads to misinterpretation of the obtained results, to incorrect conclusions and therefore - incorrect recommendations. The discrepancy of the findings of the study the objective reality that is discovered through subsequent studies or other methods of study, or simply in accordance with common sense, leads the researchers to think about the possible insincerity of respondents. In fact here, perhaps, reflects an inadequate understanding of the real problems the respondents when answering the questionnaire.
But even if strictly linked to the reliability of the results with the sincerity of respondents ' answers, it's worth thinking, do you often have such insincerity, often asking respondents to choose the wrong answer and encircle circle code number of the alternative which, from their point of view, does not meet the objective reality. You should think about the various reasons for such answers. Respondents may be embarrassed to answer truthfully, afraid to openly Express their opinions, for example, to Express the attitude of your direct supervisor, or, not being sure of the correctness of his opinion on the proposed analysis of the phenomenon, provides a random answer.