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What will Prince Harry and Prince William inherit from ... 1, 2014
Exactly 17 years after Princess Diana's death, her wedding dress has been ... "looked after" the lavish bridal gown until Harry turned 30, which he does on ...
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Jessica Simpson shares new honeymoon photo – and signs ... (blog)-Jul. 15, 2014
A week after her lavish wedding and Jessica Simpson is in marital bliss. ... that mum-of-two Jessica has shared from her post-wedding holiday with husband Eric ...
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Japan Offers Solo Weddings For Single Women

Business 2 Community-Dec. 23, 2014
Female vacationers that sign up for a solo wedding are treated to a lavish wedding minus a groom. The participant gets to pick out her own gown, bouquet, ...
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Are weddings too expensive – for guests?

MarketWatch-Apr. 24, 2014
Guests attending the European wedding festivities for Kim Kardashian and Kanye ... Celebrity weddings and reality TV are raising the bar for lavish weddings, ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

One of the principles of the conceptual division allows you to group the questions under two types, namely, incomplete and complete dividing. The first type means that the set of alternatives offered to the Respondent, does not exhaust all the conceptual content of the question. In the second type of questions a set of alternatives exhausts it completely. Each of them has its own rules of construction and usage.
Of great interest are the issues with incomplete division. Their peculiarity is that they contained the concept has unlimited division, and the set of alternatives becomes unlimited, as, for example, in the question "What combination of colors do You like most?" The conceptual content of the question may be limited, but wide enough, and the Respondent is asked a large number of answers, say "What literature do You have in your home library?" (options: historical, memoir, special, detective, fantastic, etc.).
The main difficulty and complexity of using this type of question is that the researcher should be limited to a specific and rather small set of alternatives. In fact, the same can not be a sociologist to offer the Respondent all possible answers. In most cases this is not necessary.
A particular set of alternatives may be dictated by various objectives.