Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from InStyle

Madonna's Most Iconic Looks Ever

InStyle-Aug. 16, 2014
Click through our gallery to see her most iconic looks ever. ... in an over-the-top hot pink dress (one of the first of many looks she has worn √† la Marilyn Monroe).
Story image for iconic gown from Glamour

The 9 Times That Sarah Jessica Parker Channeled Carrie ...

Glamour-Oct. 13, 2014
(Granted, Carrie had costume designer Patricia Field's expertise to thank for her newspaper print Dior dresses and iconic tutus.) So as an offering to the fashion ...
Story image for iconic gown from PopSugar Australia

We Cannes Not Wait: The Most Stylish Film Festival of the ...

PopSugar Australia-Oct. 20, 2014
Cannes Film Festival is already known for its fashion: the gorgeous gowns (and dapper suits) that grace the red carpet always seem to make our hearts skip a ...
Story image for iconic gown from Page Six

Bob Mackie: I'm typecast as the see-through dress designer

Page Six-Dec. 10, 2014
Fashion designers Bob Mackie and Adam Selman have both created iconic see- through dresses for celebrity clients. Mackie's created several for Cher, ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

This requirement not only of good taste. Politely compiled questionnaire, without a doubt, although this is yet to be researched, contributes to the achievement of reliable results and improve the quality of the survey. Why without a doubt? And here's why. It is pleasant to talk to rude, ill-mannered person? I think that very few people would enjoy it. Just hate to answer the impolite form. Caring only about the issues, as already mentioned, sometimes the sociologist constructs in the questionnaire not only coolly, officially, but even selfish. After reading this form is the impression that the sociologist was not nothing to do with the Respondent, i.e., he did not care how he will perceive the questionnaire. He just wants answers, and he simply demands: "what is Your profession?", "Your gender?", "How many times a month violated the rules of the road?", "How many penalty points?", "You think to quit?" and so forth.
However, the sociological questionnaire is not a form of accounting personnel. It implies a system of relations between the researcher and the Respondent. Questionnaire - person of the sociologist, describing his manners, the behavior, and if you want, level of education and cultural communication. The sociologist should think about what impression he makes, as to how a Respondent would react to the sociologist, depends on its relation to the entire study as a whole, to answer the questions he will be with the desire to help, to participate in work or without any desire, just to get rid of.
In principle, to create a polite form for the questionnaire is not particularly difficult. It is necessary to observe the main condition: to genuinely respect of the Respondent. This respect is evident even in the manner to ask questions, to use certain words and sentences. There are some formal methods of politeness, for example, do not be afraid to repeat the word "please". "Tell me, please, where You meet your friends after work more often?" or "please Mark on the scale the level of friendly relations in Your student group." Politeness can be expressed in the style of the question, its formulation, the form of the appeal to the Respondent. "How, in Your opinion, it is possible to assess the relationship of supervisor to subordinates in the Department where You work?" Variations of politeness can be very diverse: "do You think...?", "Can You answer this question...?", "Do You think it possible...?", "What are the options, in Your opinion...?", "I try to remember...?", "Try to imagine...", etc.
You cannot abuse any one form of politeness. If you are constantly out of the question in issue to use for example, the word "please", it eventually will bother the Respondent and may even cause irritation and annoyance. Therefore, it is necessary to be creative, to use various forms of preventive treatment to the Respondent, but of course nothing is impossible to pass a measure.
"Nothing is so cheap and appreciated so expensive as a courtesy". Let the researcher always remember this Golden rule when cooking a questionnaire.

Form - a dialogue between two interested people