Wednesday, January 8, 2020

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Neiman Marcus and Vogue blame fashion's woes on bloggers ...

Quartz-Sep. 27, 2016
Fashion bloggers can have large online followings that give them a lot of ... One of the biggest changes the internet has wrought on the fashion industry is to ...
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No One-Size-Fits-All Solution for Fashion Shows, Says CFDA ...

The Business of Fashion-Mar. 4, 2016
The study drew from formal interviews with 50 fashion industry leaders — the majority of whom are based in the United States — including 20 designers and ...
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Homegrown fashion industry bursts onto scene in Cuba

The Detroit News-Oct. 18, 2016
A small homegrown fashion industry is winning renown and an increasing share of Cubans' limited clothing budget with simple but fun-and-stylish clothing ...
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The Fashion Awards Goes Global

The Business of Fashion-Dec. 6, 2016
It was all in the name of the Fashion Awards, the British Fashion Council's ... those who work in the fashion industry, but the end consumers who ultimately fuel it.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

In fact, there are times when we are not holding our promises, sometimes we are talking about what is not well understand that not all of our friends, we like pass the rumors. And when the Respondent in an interview, in person interview ask these questions, it is usually without difficulty, however, sometimes after some clarification of the meaning of the question, finds the correct answer. But as soon as these issues fall in the other series, as it happens in the questionnaires, we get some reason not the answers that are true. Test Eysenck has about 15% of people who love to embellish themselves. In the questionnaire (there were three experimental survey in 1986 total number of respondents 1700) to these questions on average correctly answered 40% of the respondents. Which is quite a lot.
Why are people wrong answer? Like any phenomenon, it is a combination of reasons.
-- People love to embellish themselves, not even always knowing it. We have said that the choice of two, three and more alternatives, for example, for some personal characteristics, evaluation of their behavior, the preference is often given the alternative that shows the Respondent in a slightly better light, although he understands that no one is going to personally analyze his profile. Not casually to the questions: "How often do employees of your Department are late for work?" and "How often do You personally late for work?" the answers are quite different. It turns out that others are late much more often than the respondents.
-- We often offer in question the action of the respondents is as a generalized, typical, i.e. as the action that they are usuallyaboutversaut. The question "do You sometimes Postpone for tomorrow what needs to be done today?" the word sometimes, which means some single action (and of course for once in your life, but we put off until tomorrow what needs to be done today), is omitted. Action "to postpone" is perceived by the Respondent as inaccurate to the typical action, and because the answer is: "No, usually he's not put off until tomorrow what should be done today." Usually - although the question is sometimes. The result is a discrepancy in the understanding of the meaning of the question and the information that describes an entirely different action than anticipated in the questionnaire.
-- The answer to the question is always the perception of its content in a logical context reasoning of the Respondent. Man perceives the world in a certain integrity, building a unified system of interconnection of observed phenomena.