Wednesday, January 8, 2020

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David Beckham, Marilyn Manson, and Gigi Hadid Make for ...

Vanity Fair-Dec. 6, 2016
Following both the Brexit vote and the U.S. presidential election, the Fashion Awards concluded a fraught year that repeatedly saw the fashion industry ...
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Stella McCartney: "Fashion Is Getting Away With Murder"

Hollywood Reporter-Nov. 15, 2016
Stella McCartney is the luxury industry's most vocal advocate for animal and environmental welfare. Her products are entirely vegetarian. They're increasingly ...
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Rihanna's New Fashion Line Is Like Marie Antoinette at the Gym

VICE-Sep. 28, 2016
Rihanna's New Fashion Line Is Like Marie Antoinette at the Gym ... show in Paris was just the latest step in Rih's full-court press on the high-fashion industry.
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The fashion industry is as sizeist as ever - Ashley Graham on ... 9, 2016
Diversity in fashion might be something consumers are now calling for, but for the most part the industry is as sizeist as it ever was - and even a Vogue cover ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

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Sometimes in research you have to ask a series of questions of the same type. So, in the study of readership is always necessary to enter a large number of questions about the headings, the topics of a particular newspaper and the relationship thereto of the Respondent. This creates a monotony of forms and quickly tiring the Respondent. To revive their attention and increase interest in the work introduces a number of issues distracting nature. For example: "the first Who reads the newspaper in Your family?" "What news stories are most popular with Your wife (husband)?" and so forth. It is also a buffer issue.
Often this type of question is formulated so that it is quite unexpected for the Respondent and differs in theme from previous issues, though without any transitional phrases like "now let's talk about something else...". It's like a shocking question, makes you forget about the old questions and forcing to think, what he was asked.
In one of the forms was this question: "what do You think, is it possible in the next five years, the human flight to Mars?". Trying to imagine the possibility of flying to Mars, the Respondent forgot about all the previous issues and switched for the future, which was to the researcher. The next series of questions dealt with planning a vacation. In this case, the researcher was required to stimulate the respondents imagination, to make it easier to go into another series of questions.
The buffer question is designed to shift the attention of Respondent to the new thematic complex issues, to neutralize the possible effects of the previous questions to follow, to Orient the respondents to remove the monotony. The buffer issues are not necessarily thematically connected, but it is desirable to maintain a logical sequence, even if purely formal. Otherwise, when a sharp, often repeated from one issue to another, the Respondent may experience irritation and negative reactions. As other subsidiary issues, buffer issues can contain some meaning in the framework of the problem being studied, and information from them can be used in subsequent analyses.