Wednesday, January 8, 2020

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Tesha Brady and Olivia Goodman | Work With Friends ...

WGN Radio-May 29, 2018
... brands Eugene Taylor Brand and OG, and their collaborative project Work With Friends, and how their mission is to strengthen Chicago's fashion industry.
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What makes streetwear designer Fat Tiger stand out in a ...

WGN Radio-Apr. 19, 2018
What makes streetwear designer Fat Tiger stand out in a crowded fashion field? ... how they manage to set trends in the fashion industry and how their biggest ...
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Saturday Night Special | Fashion and the Garment Industry

WGN Radio-May 14, 2018
In the wake of the spectacle of the high-fashion Met Gala, host Amy Guth takes a deep dive into the world of fashion and garment making with a group of experts ...
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Alexis Walsh Platform Fashion X Lexus Show Germany 2018

WTVOX-Aug. 21, 2018
Alexis Walsh has done it again! As a fashion designer specialising in 3D printing, Alexis's impressive work was covered on WTVOX website earlier this year.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

You also need to consider how a particular Respondent is able to perceive the multidimensional scale. Perception depends on its General culture and level of education, and the ability to think analytically, and the degree of awareness, sensitivity, etc. for Example, a work quite clearly can determine how to spent his salary even at stoballnoy system, but try to ask him to assess the level of their own mental or psychological stress at work, and he is unlikely to overpower a ten-point scale. In the question "please Tell me how You get tired at work?" - it is better to offer a five-point scale: "very tired"; "tired, but not much"; "a little tired"; "little tired"; "not tired". To present more points for the assessment of fatigue - so to essentially distorted data.
In very fractional scale when a Respondent cannot sufficiently thin to evaluate some phenomenon or to define a relationship, there is a coarsening of the proposed scale. For example, a scale for the study of friendly relations in the team the difference between ninth and tenth positions are rarely perceived by respondents as significant as the difference between the first and second. Often the Respondent shared circle encircles both the first and second or ninth and tenth, thus showing that he did not see much difference between them. When coarsening the Respondent safely driving a ten-point scale to five-point. You must take into account the fact that the respondents psychologically try to avoid extreme positions and their responses focus somewhere in the middle.
When building scales need a lot of preparatory and, one might say, research to determine:
1. How thinly you want to evaluate a particular event, relationship, or process - perhaps the researcher and does not require too much precision. It is necessary to remember that social data is not quantitative expression of the processes or the level of relations and the quality of the identification of some General trends.
2. How substantial is this phenomenon, to explore it by a fractional scale. How well-founded the essence of the phenomenon under study, the use of very long scales. Not every phenomenon, so meaningful, in order for his research to build a special scale. The study of relationships in the group, determining the frequency of attending lectures or movie theaters require different gradations in developing scales.
3. Whether the Respondent to perceive the multidimensional scale? As far as he is susceptible to this phenomenon, how informed is it of interest to the Respondent, what is the threshold sensitivity? etc.
Without this preparatory work the application of any scales in the questionnaire does not make sense.