Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Story image for fashion industry from The Business of Fashion

Louis Vuitton, Chanel Are the Most Valuable Brands, But ...

The Business of Fashion-Oct. 4, 2018
NEW YORK, United States – Louis Vuitton, Gucci and other luxury houses are climbing the ranks in Interbrand's annual ranking of the world's most valuable ...
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The clothing industry harms the planet. What can fashion ...

The Guardian-Oct. 23, 2018
It all caused her to question whether she had a place in the fashion industry at all. “I think it's wrong,” McCranor says. “It's a minefield for fashion graduates ...
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Op-Ed | The Muslim Fashion Market Is Not a Monolith

The Business of Fashion-Feb. 4, 2018
ATLANTA, United States — While fashion's attempt to market to the Muslim demographic ... "For a long time, Muslims felt disregarded by the fashion industry.
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What's needed to clean up the fashion industry?

Treehugger-Jan. 16, 2018
A new report from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation outlines steps to a circular fashion economy. The fashion industry is notorious for being the second most ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Open and closed questions , the sociologist and the Respondent can work in different aspects. In closed questions, this rather narrow aspect installs a set of alternatives. In an open question the Respondent is given the opportunity to choose your aspect for the response. Often these aspects are fully or partially do not converge. If there are different aspects of the responses, and therefore different sets of answers and their groupings, the interest their ratio compared to the percentage in the closed question may vary. So, if in a closed question sociologist gave five hidden motives of dismissal, and in the open question such motives in classified form was 10, then, of course, and the percentage distribution of those alternatives, explanation of layoffs, which are available in closed, and open issues will vary and the motives of dismissal in an open question, the greater the difference.
This can be avoided if we formulate an open question strictly in those aspects which are set in a closed question, i.e. not to offer open-ended question in a General form: "If You quit, why? (write)", and to ask the Respondent to specify the main reasons for dismissal are those or other aspects, for example, dismissal due to bad relations in the team, due to the lack of decent housing, etc. the Question is formulated as follows: "There are different causes of dismissal due to bad relations in the team. What are some of them that, in Your opinion, are the main".