Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Story image for fashion industry from BW Businessworld

Fashion World Facing Adversity of Plagiarism

BW Businessworld-Jul. 11, 2017
Renowned designers are joining hands and raising voice against the plague that is affecting fashion industry since ages. BW Businessworld takes a glance at ...
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The Stacey effect

The Globe and Mail-Apr. 20, 2017
Fresh off the runway, she returned to the room full of racks and industry rookies to ... unconventional beauty and fashion's power to boost self-esteem – are finally ...
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'Reclaiming what is ours:' 1st Vancouver Indigenous Fashion ... 28, 2017
The 33-year-old former model had left the fashion industry behind and never expected to return, until she mentioned her modelling past to the young people in ...
Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week 'Matches Social ...
Huffington Post Canada-Jul. 30, 2017
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Ultra-skinny face of today's fashion industry would see ...

The Sun-Sep. 6, 2017
The plus-size industry accepts women who are a UK 12 or above, meaning the Originals would be closer to plus-size models than high fashion darlings.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

From the variety of questions you can select those that fix already accomplished the action, indicate the existence of some fact. For example, quit his job, bought a color TV, resting on the sea, has a library, etc. This so-called factual questions. They are, as a rule, clearly defined in time: "if You had a permanent job in the last year?"
Factual questions are one of the main types of survey items and play an important role in sociological research. First of all, they are interesting because, fixing a fait accompli, a deed, an action, they are not independent at the time of the question from the opinion of the Respondent, his status, assessment etc. This allows you to get an objective picture of certain aspects of people. Thus, when determining the standard of living of certain social groups you can go the way of its definition by the respondents. The respondents ' opinion about themselves is also of interest when solving a particular problem is required. But you can build a system of indicators, registers only the fact of economic welfare, say, having cars, flats, furniture, household items, etc., and based on the analysis of these data to derive a General objective assessment of the level of life of the studied groups. The findings of these two studies may be very different. Don't know how in other countries, but in Russia, like the Blues, always understate the level of their welfare. Only factual data provide more or less accurate picture.
Factual questions, as a rule, is not difficult to understand and complexity for answer. True, some of them may require good memory and considerable mental effort when a researcher, for example, asks about the distant past or asks to make a summation of some action, or averaging: "How many cups of coffee do You drink per day?", "How average are You?", "How do You usually spend your free time?" etc. are Secondary in this case - not an evaluation of the activities, and some secondary effect.
In this regard, it should be noted some features of the factual issues relating to past and future actions.
Factual questions, as already noted, accomplished record, independent assessment of the Respondent facts. But there is a danger when it comes to the distant past that fact (availability of action) can be perceived through the qualitative assessment of the situation. For example, we ask, how many square meters of living space had the Respondent 15 years ago. Most of the interviewees remembers that in the best case approx. The square footage of the home in these cases was often recorded using qualitative definitions: large or small room, i.e. the one she left in the perception of the Respondent. Accordingly, the view on the square footage of the room. Once exploring housing conditions of the respondents that they had 15 years ago, we unexpectedly found that depending on the increase or sustain the population living in the apartment of her total yardage in the perception of residents decreases or increases. This can be explained by the fact that overpopulated apartment is perceived as small and sparsely populate