Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Story image for fashion industry from Phys.Org

Japan's apparel industry in hi-tech bid to secure future

Phys.Org-Mar. 20, 2016
From ready-to-wear knits manufactured instantly to customised dresses produced on inkjet printers, Japan's apparel industry is turning to state-of-the-art ...
Story image for fashion industry from Forbes

Digital Pioneer Burberry Does It Again, This Time Radicalizing ...

Forbes-Feb. 5, 2016
If there's one thing the fashion industry is talking about this morning, it's Burberry's move to "align runway with retail". The British heritage brand, and renowned ...
Burberry Aligns Runway and Retail Calendar in Game ...
Highly Cited-The Business of Fashion-Feb. 4, 2016
Story image for fashion industry from The Guardian

'My agents told me to stop eating' – the reality of body image in ...

The Guardian-May 11, 2016
... a light on the continued body image issues faced by the fashion industry. ... model, has revealed that she was pressurised to lose weight by the fashion house.
Story image for fashion industry from The Globe and Mail

Toronto Fashion Week is dead. Long live Toronto Fashion Week

The Globe and Mail-Jul. 7, 2016
Ask anyone in the fashion industry and they'll tell you fashion is about what's next. Today, there's an opportunity to get excited about things to come: International ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Shaped equivalent. Often pictures are used as shaped equivalent concepts. This is probably the most difficult method of using fine tools.
The questionnaires are different concepts, and as mentioned, not always be so described that they were equally understood and the researcher and the Respondent. For example, the concept of "pace of work". Each Respondent understands it differently, depending on the nature of its activities. In such cases, as already mentioned, you can use situational questions describing certain specific situations this concept. But it is possible to introduce the notion of (in this case "temp work") and in the form of pictures. Figurative representation facilitates an unambiguous understanding of his and the Respondent, and researcher.
Probably, for most concepts, we can find the corresponding figurative expression. But it is difficult, requiring the sociologist and the artist's talent, imagination and ingenuity. In any case, in practice it is not always possible to choose an acceptable figurative image of a concept.