Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from InStyle

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's First Wedding Dress Is a ...

InStyle-Jul. 21, 2014
If you've ever wondered how a wedding dress designed by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen might look, speculate no more. The stylish duo behind The Row and ...
Story image for iconic gown from Bustle

Beyonce Gets Into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame With A Fashion ...

Bustle-Jul. 18, 2014
According to The Cut, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will display BeyoncĂ©'s seven most iconic dresses to ever hit the red carpet over her long and illustrious ...
Story image for iconic gown from The Atlantic

Sherlock Holmes, Unlikely Style Icon

The Atlantic-Oct. 28, 2014
Rathbone's iconic tartan coat was tailored for the big screen, with a more ... His gentlemanly dress often hid what Conan Doyle called Holmes's “Bohemian soul.
Story image for iconic gown from Elle

Rihanna Wore a Naked Dress to the CFDA Fashion Awards ...

Elle-Jun. 3, 2014
Photo: Getty. Don't know why Rihanna's trending on Twitter right now? It could be because she's awesome and badass and should always be trending, orrrr it ...

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4) to remove the influence of the researcher it is possible to put the question in the form of a dialogue where one participant gives his opinion, the second is a different, perhaps even opposite. Dialogue can be presented either in verbal form, or visual, in the form of drawings. You can never ask the question, and to offer the Respondent to Express their opinion about the plot pattern. So, you can offer respondents two pictures. One of them painted man with cigarette, one without cigarettes. Respondents must Express their opinion about each of the drawings. Depending on how the respondents will evaluate these portraits, to make an inference about their attitude to Smoking.
The Respondent can influence the procedure of the survey. The purity of the answers may depend on who conducts the survey, i.e. from adcetera, his ability to find a form of communication with the Respondent, that as the rest of their personal relationship. It is very important to trust the respondents to ancestery, as well as the conditions in which the application form is completed, at what time. These should be considered when conducting sociological research. They - a significant aspect of a sociological survey.
The main difficulty in the relationship between the researcher and the Respondent is that the sociologist is not always enough to know exactly how evident its influence on the interviewees ' responses. The knowledge of the Respondent always acts as a generalized knowledge, as an expression of his position in life, which he seeks in varying degrees to defend, sometimes very actively and consistently. Working in the system of logical reasoning author of the study, the Respondent can nevertheless attempt to impose a sociologist and his point of view, its own logic of reasoning. However it may be carried out in a peculiar manner. Perhaps he was avoiding the answer, skips the question (here more or less understood his position) or is responsible, but his choice of response inappropriate for the situation behavior, which may be the subject of special study. It is not always possible with certainty to explain why the Respondent chose this alternative rather than another to counteract the influence of the sociologist.
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