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Models reveal the one thing they'd change about the fashion ...

The Independent-Feb. 13, 2018
From plus-size model Felicity Hayward to Victoria's Secret star Shanina Shaik, we asked the model crowd for their verdict on the state of the fashion industry now ...
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The Death of Clothing

Bloomberg-Feb. 6, 2018
The apparel industry has a big problem. At a time when the economy is growing, unemployment is low, wages are rebounding and consumers are eager to buy, ...
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3-D Printing Poised To Revolutionize The Fashion Industry

Forbes-Feb. 7, 2018
As the fashion industry moves to a faster, more seasonally driven sales cycle, 3-D modeling and printing can cut months from traditional development timelines.
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Stella McCartney joins Fashion for Good 27, 2018
Launched in March 2017 by C&A Foundation, the corporate foundation affiliated with global retailer C&A, Fashion for Good is an industry-wide call for ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The data given in the table speak for themselves. Most of the responses to one alternative to received a dichotomous question. Two times less responded to one alternative in a closed question, on average only one in five chose one of these alternatives in tabular matter. Least of all answered the open question.
In principle, the ratio of the number of respondents to various forms of question in sociological practice known. The open question always answer approximately two times less respondents than closed. On the table the question is not meet approximately 25-30%. Most of the answers to the dichotomous question, probably because it is more simple in form and understandable to the respondents. In the scientific literature, a dichotomous question was never regarded as a special type of question, often portrayed as a kind of closed question, which has features of use. But why such a big difference in the number of answers of respondents on different forms of matter?
Of course, the form submission issue plays a big role. This cannot be discounted. Perception of the difficulties of the question cause some respondents to refuse to answer. But that's not the only reason, I think, is deeper. The fact that these forms of the issue when the same content is actually describe different objects of study.
Thus, a dichotomous question only describes the social totality of respondents, the reason for departure of which is or low pay or bad work conditions or bad relationships with the boss, or bad welfare. Just one of the reasons in each issue accordingly describes only one group of people. The counting of votes for each alternative ("Yes", "no") is made of the total number of respondents to this question.