Sunday, December 1, 2019

Story image for lavish wedding from Chicago Tribune

Promontory Point, hmmm? Big wedding there is

Chicago Tribune-Jun. 30, 2013
The lavish wedding reception caused a stir in the normally serene park better known for its picturesque views of the city's skyline than the bank of TV cameras ...
Story image for lavish wedding from Gawker

Your Guide to Cressida Bonas, the Girl Prince Harry Nailed at ...

Gawker-Feb. 22, 2013
Chelsy reportedly made up her mind against pursuing a royal life after attending Prince William's lavish wedding to Kate Middleton as Harry's date. She is still ...
Story image for lavish wedding from Daily Mail

Royal wedding fever grips Indonesia as the Sultan's fourth ...

Daily Mail-Oct. 22, 2013
Indonesia was today in the throes of royal fever as a three-day wedding .... Indonesia as the Sultan's fourth daughter prepares to wed in lavish three-day affair.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

As can be seen from the above data, the percentage distribution of answers of respondents in public and private Affairs differs at some alternatives more, some less. This difference, which is manifested systematically, does not allow to assert their identical nature, based on the identity of the content of the question. More correctly, perhaps, to talk about various meaningful forms of matter having different cognitive nature.
For example, by analyzing the preferences of the moviegoers and the changes in these preferences depending on the shape of the subject in his methodical experiment, O. M. Maslova writes: "it is Logical to assume that the closed and open questions are measuring tools with different cognitive capabilities. Each question gives the sociologist information about a different level of reflection of audience preferences and behavior.
Open question "works" at the level of actualized consciousness associated with the stockpiles of information into long-term memory of the Respondent, which are "supported" the systematic repetition of any activity (in this case, watching a certain set of gear). Using the recorded in-depth question and ongoing interest in the transmission through which is formed the best memorization and reproduction of its name".
Answering the question in a closed form, the Respondent is forced to work in the system of logical reasoning, which he offers to the researcher and which may coincide or not coincide with the system of logical reasoning of the Respondent. If you change the system of logical reasoning, naturally, is changing the significance of a phenomenon, often very significantly. In the open question sociologist receives information about the significance of a phenomenon within the logical reasoning of the Respondent that he "draws the situation." When closed the form of a question, as if he doesn't fully reflect the structure of preferences of the respondents (a total reflection is almost impossible to achieve due to the very nature of the closed question), sociologist receives information about the reaction of the respondents to our assumption, i.e., the Respondent agrees or not with the reasoning of the researcher. Agree that it can be quite different information. As in life, we can understand the other person and agree or disagree with him just in case, if you stand on his point of view, to accept his logic reasoning. But if we persistently stick to only their point of view and her perspective of what was discussed, then we will never understand the other person. At best we can agree on the fact that we have different points of view on the subject.
There are other reasons for information, the respondents ' answers can vary depending on the form of the question.