Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Refinery29

ASOS Is Bringing Back This Iconic '90s Dress

Refinery29-May 1, 2017
Of the many reasons we love ASOS, there's the fact that the British retailer goes all in on nostalgic trends. Whether it's comically long jeans or puka shell ...
Story image for iconic gown from Allure Magazine

10 Dreamiest Couture Gowns That Will Make You Feel Like a ...

Allure Magazine-Jan. 26, 2017
We can always expect a bevy of statement-making, princess gowns from Giambattista Valli. This frothy tulle confection reminds us of Belle's iconic dress from ...
Story image for iconic gown from InStyle

Sarah Paulson Wore the 2017 Version of Kerry Washington's ...

InStyle-Sep. 17, 2017
Another reason Paulson's dress might look familiar? It's basically the 2017 version of Kerry Washington's iconic 2015 Marc Jacobs Emmys dress. Both of the ...
Story image for iconic gown from Refinery29

Paris Hilton's Dress Literally Costs More Than A House

Refinery29-Feb. 21, 2017
But, from a style standpoint, it kind of reminds us of the iconic dress Hilton wore when she turned 21 (which Kendall Jenner recently paid homage to). Save for a ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

To investigate the objects of living and non-living nature, the objects of consciousness and out of consciousness can only be the two specific and special methods: analytical and statistical. This is a different, although closely interrelated, ways and methods of perception of external, relative to the consciousness of the world and therefore different ways of building a relationship with him. They solve different tasks.

The analytical method involves, mainly, the perception of generalized knowledge, basic or dominant meanings of objects, so-called, analytical materials, involves the perception of recorded knowledge as would immediately and entirely. Including involves sensory, emotional method the perception of objects and the same method of fixation and transfer of knowledge, for example in the form of so-called artistic works.

The statistical method involves proschityvaniya distribution of some characteristics as the object in the information field, for example, in the text, and thus sets its value. There are no feelings and emotions, only the bare statistical calculations. If the analyzed characteristic as a variable, got some quantitative expression, with respect to the frequency distribution of another trait, acting as a constant, the analyzed characteristic is your significant relationship and possible sense.

Classical sociology was based mainly on the analytical method of the study. If a sociologist wrote that "Russia has no civil society", this position usually is not the result of a formalized proschityvaniya the relevant characteristic in the social space. Social knowledge classical sociology built on other meanings as a result lead knowledge based on axiomatic assumptions.
The analytical method allowed to obtain good information, but still remains very subjective, which allows you to get almost any interpretation, and often quite the opposite. However, if honest and objective approach, however, allowed to still obtain good knowledge.

Statistical analysis is not contrary to the analytical in the study of reality, they need to complement each other, since different methods solve the same task or different tasks the same ways. You can say so, the analyst relies on ready-made meanings and correlates with their different understandings of, for example, of the interpreter, while the statistical approach vychislyaett sense, by the frequency distribution of the studied trait. All this we will speak in detail in this work.

Sociology, so to speak, not a classic, operates in the analysis of mainly statistical methods. Getting the results of sociological research, sociologists fully build the analysis on all the richness of the statistical method of counting and grouping the answers. However, it should be noted, when interpreting statistical data, social scientists also often use lead knowledge, ie, based on the analytical method.