Sunday, December 1, 2019

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Victoria Beckham's rather tiny wedding tiara to fetch €30000 at ...

Irish Independent-Dec. 5, 2013
The singer and fashion designer - then Victoria Adams - chose to wear it at her lavish wedding to David Beckham in July 1999 in Luttrellstown Castle, outside ...

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The Best Gay Weddings on TV (So Far) 13, 2013
The recent landmark ruling on same-sex marriage by the Supreme Court has many people celebrating – and what better way to do that than with a big, lavish ...
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Tamara Ecclestone and Jay Rutland wed in registry ceremony 2, 2013
The celebration follows the couple's wedding blessing on the French Riviera in ... The celebration comes weeks after Tamara and Jay hosted their lavish party at ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Conceptual-hypothetical model of the question suggests another structural component, namely, the allocation in question to its subject matter and content.
The subject and content of the question is determined by its conceptual structure. There are two levels of the conceptual structure of the question. The first level, when the content of the question is determined by the external, i.e. surface, the value of the essence of the phenomenon; the second level, when the question contains a hidden meaning that reveals its true meaning. Depending on this, changing the nature and content of the response. For example, in the question: "am I Good bought a coat?" get the answer: "No, you need to change the figure", i.e. the answer received to the question, not the first level, and the second, which is, so to speak, deep content and is determined only by the context of the conversation, which is possible only in the process of direct communication. The sociological question we, as a rule, this is not the case (but not fully), because Respondent is unable to set the context of the conversation and for him the meaning and content of the question are determined only by imposing a very broad context.
Therefore, before formulating the question, the researcher needs to determine what kind of information he wants to obtain. And the first thing he should do is to define the subject matter. What is it and how is it different from the content of the question?
The subject matter is a conceptual vision of the object defined by the researcher and reflect its essential content. It is quite clear that the conceptual content of the question can take a variety of forms of expression.
The semantic content of a question is the expression of the subject matter.
The semantic content of the question may vary depending on the specific tasks and conditions of the survey, from the form of the meeting and from many other attendant aspects, to neutralize which is possible only by changing the question form. Asking the same question to children or adults, illiterate or highly educated people, we naturally change the form of a question, i.e. its verbal expression, in other words it ask, but maintaining the mandatory subject matter.
For example, before the sociologist the task is to find out the motives of dismissal from the enterprise (reasons for dismissal can act as a software issue the whole study). The motives of dismissal in this case will be the subject of the question. But it is quite clear that the researcher, on the basis of various objective and subjective conditions, could formulate the question, keeping subject matter. For example: