Wednesday, January 8, 2020

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The Big Issues Facing Fashion in 2019

Forbes-Jan. 16, 2019
Read ahead for some of the most pressing issues the fashion industry is facing today ... Labor issues in the fashion supply chain have grown beyond that of poor ...
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Stella McCartney: 'It's not like I'm here for an easy life'

The Guardian-Jul. 7, 2019
The fashion designer talks about her latest collection, the creative .... fashion business, which she describes as the second most harmful industry to the planet.
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Fashion's reality check: Controversies push fashion industry to ... 2, 2019
A hoodie sent down a runway with its rope-like strings tied like a noose. An exaggerated turtleneck that resembles depictions of blackface. A monkey-like ...
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How do I avoid unpaid internships in the fashion industry?

Financial Times-Sep. 10, 2019
This week's problem. I am pursuing a career as a fashion stylist, but there is little opportunity for paid work without having to put in long hours for no wage.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Survey questions are empirical reflection of the conceptual content of the research program are not always clearly captured, especially at the level of ordinary consciousness, hierarchy of concepts, from most General to specific actions. For example, if you are going to buy a Desk, i.e., to perform a specific action, first we perform some logical operation with the concepts of the total concept of "table" go to pomponatius "written dvuhtumbovyh table dark", etc., before settling on some level concepts. In principle, this process is infinite, and while we argue, we do not do the action (although the reasoning is the same action, but different order), but once the action starts to occur, in this case the purchase of the table, at the same time we stop making a conceptual division. When this division is delayed, saying: "enough talk, let's get to work".
The same is happening in sociological research, and to facilitate this process builds the specified logic circuit. It must be emphasized that the construction of a conceptual schema, model relationships, and overall interpretation of the concepts are quite difficult and little developed in sociological practice procedure. The difficulty lies in the fact that of the variety of phenomena that define a particular concept, you must choose those which, while remaining within the framework of this concept, solve this problem. In this respect, any notion, in principle, inexhaustible and fully interpreted empirically, i.e., our empirical interpretation is always incomplete, partial. The result is a paradoxical phenomenon: when studying the same phenomena it is possible to build any system of analysis (relatively, of course), which often leads to various logical operations and various insights. The adequacy of this or that scheme of objective reality is ultimately tested by practice, in this case, specific sociological research. We can say that whatever is logically coherent system of reasoning we have not built, it will remain speculative as long as its truth does not confirm or refute practice, the course of real events. So not enough to check only the logical validity of the conceptual system, although very important, must be tested in the specific study.